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Tire Noise 2005 Mariner Continental Contitrac tire noise is bad, real bad. the tires are only waranted for 12 months and neither Ford on Cont. will talk about it. Is this a regular complaint or is it just me. Bill

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  • 1945bill Aug 21, 2008

    there's no shimmy or shake at any speed

  • mary2458 Oct 31, 2008

    I have an 08 mariner with the same tire noise. Also the tires are cupping. Talked to the dealer and he said he has heard of it A LOT!!! I have to pay for an alignment my self to prove it to be the tires. next I have to buy a new set of the same crummy tires and then maybe I will be reimbursed for the new tires. Not sure what I'll do yet. Help Mary

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Just had dealer suggest turnng tires inside out on rims. I experienced at least 60% immediate noise reduction. Unfortunately, wasn't aware of this trick with the first set. This was second set of tires with only 30,000 miles and intolerable noise. Dealer says more improvment in next 1,000 miles driving. I saved buying a third set of tires with only a total of 73,000 miles. Hope this information helps someone else.

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Welllll.......Try using some oil in the connecting bars.......

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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    Aswin Gokulachandran Aug 21, 2008

    the noise may be becoz of wobbling........ dynamic balance the wheels and try......

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2005 Mercury Mariner noisy tires solution. Take tires off rim and turn inside out. My dealer recommended this and 50% of the noise went away immediately with more expected in the next 1,000 miles. This was my second set of tires with only approximately 30,000 miles and noise I could no longer tolerate. Hope this tip helps someone else.

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