TOYOTA TACOMA DEALER PROBLEM
2006 Toyota Tacoma • 72,000 miles
I rotated my tires and torqued them to specifications. I drove my truck approximately 25 freeway miles and could hear a intermittent thumping noise coming from the left rear. While on the road, another fellow driver got my attention, and warned me that my left rear wheel appeared to be wobbling,though I could not feel it while driving. Keep in mind, I'm no JOE BLOW mechanic, but I sure Am not no pro! Could I have damaged my axle and/or bearing? I stopped by a local Toyota dealership to have them assist me with my dilemna. They told me it was going to cost me $2000.00 to repair it. Keep in mind all i heard was a intermittent thumbing noise,NO GROWLING NOISE LIKE A BEARING WOULD CREATE! and im sure sure i do not have a broken axle,c'mon! AM I BEING SCAMMED? I think so! Please help me with my question,for I'am recently unemployed. Your assistance would be very much appreciated and I would more than gladly pay good money if I could, for your proffesional assistance. THANK YOU, IN ADVANCE p.s. They also told me that my spare tire and wheel didnt fit my truck, Heck, Ive never used my spare since I bought the truck,brand new from the dealership
January 20, 2013.
January 20, 2013.
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