DETROIT (Nov. 7)—General Motors Corp. voluntarily is replacing 88,000 17-inch Goodyear Eagle RSA tires that were optional equipment on 22,000 Cadillac CTS four-door passenger cars, model years 2003 and 2004. The problem, a GM spokesman said, was cracking on the inner sidewall that was "purely cosmetic and has nothing to do with performance or handling." A Goodyear spokesman said it is cooperating with GM on the consumer satisfaction program, and is replacing the tires with 17-inch Eagle RSAs that were specially engineered for the Cadillac CTS.
GM conducts consumer satisfaction campaign on Goodyear tires
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