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Suzuki Aerio Rear Tires May Wear Out Prematurely
Suzuki Aerio Problem
Average Mileage: 105,000 mi (40,000 mi - 150,000 mi)
I have replaced the back tires several different times now. They continue to wear out prematurely. I just bought brand new tires 6 months ago. They are bald now.
Visitor, 2006 Suzuki Aerio
I just got this used car and both back tires os already bad
The rear tires became oddly shaped and worn down. Had to replace them and the control arm
I have brought 3 pairs of tires within the last year and without fail the inside of the rear tires will wear quickly...within four to five months we're talking wires popping out at the inside while the outside looks brand new. I have had ball joints, control arms replaced, now I am getting estimates for wheel bearings, and guess what, control arms again! I need help. Should I even keep ths car?