Frequent Asked QuestionsWhat brand of tyres do Ford use?
The brand of tyres used by Ford will vary depending on the model. Ford cars are originally equipped with many tyre models, such as the Michelin Pilot Sport 4, Continental PremiumContact 6 and the Bridgestone Turanza T005. Blackcircles.com stocks a wide range of tyre models suitable for Ford vehicles.
The size of a Ford tyre will vary depending on the car and tyre model. The tyre fitment sizes for Ford cars can range from 155/70 R13 to 235/45 R19. At Blackcircles, there are a wide range of tyre models and sizes in stock that are available today.
If you are unsure on whether your Ford is fitted with run flat tyres or not, it is best to check the details in your vehicle's handbook. To find the suitable tyres for your Ford, enter your registration number on our website today - where different tyre models and sizes will be shown for your specific model.
Tyre pressure specifications for Ford cars differ depending on the model and tyre size. Ensure you know the correct tyre pressure for your model by checking the owner's manual or the label on the door jamb.
To reset the TPMS on your Ford, first, check that your tyres are inflated to the recommended level. Locate the TPMS reset button, typically positioned below the steering wheel. Additionally, you may be able to access a reset option through the vehicle's onboard system. Press and hold the reset button or select the reset option in the system. Wait for a confirmation message to appear, verifying the successful TPMS reset. For specific instructions on your Ford model, refer to your vehicle's handbook.
Ford is a well-established brand with a wide range of models. Tyre prices can vary depending on the specific model, tyre size, and performance features. Generally, Ford tyre prices can range from affordable to mid-range.
First, make sure your car is parked on a flat, level surface and that the parking brake is on. Then, remove the hubcap or wheel cover and loosen the wheel nuts with the tyre lever. Using the jack, raise the car slightly off the ground, and then remove the nuts and the wheel. Then, you can slide the new tyre onto the wheel hub, taking care to place it correctly. Next, replace the wheel nuts, and tighten them with the tyre lever. Lower the car, and then use the torque wrench to finish the job, making sure that the nuts are tightened to the correct torque setting. Finally, replace the hubcap or wheel cover.
Both "Ford tyres" and "Ford tires" are correct versions of the search term, with the spelling based on your country. The term "Ford tires" is more commonly used in places like America, whereas "tyres" is more likely to be used in the UK.