So, my 2012 which bought 2 years ago with 11K miles on it has now reached 25K and the OEM set of tires is worn out. The stock tires are ridiculously priced @ >$150 per tire. Tire Rack had the Yokohamas at a decent price so I bought them and head them shipped to the local MR. Tire for installation, and there the adventure began .
I arrived @ 5:15 and the car went in the bay after 10 minutes or so. Seemed to take quite a while but I got the key back around 6:25 and walked out to the car. Hmmm, that looks a little odd, front tires look really large!!! I bent down and looked at the rear tire sidewalls - 145, front - 175 . Walked back inside and held up the key "you've got the wrong tires on the wrong axles". "So sorry sir, we'll take care of that right away".
Another 10 minutes to get back in the bay, 10 or 15 minutes later I had a thought. "Now, did they put the correct tires on the correct rims?" Phone is picked up and the loudspeaker in the shop is activated, "MIKE, MEASURE THE RIM WIDTHS!" NO, of course not, the small tires were on the wide rims and the wide tires on the narrow rims
Pulled out of the shop @ almost 8:00 pm, course the TPS light was on. Pressures as low as 19 pounds when I checked this morning...