I had my front break pads replaced outside of the dealer. Just pads. I was told before I went in that since it was not Audi, I would have a a little noise when I stop, nothing wrong with it, just noise. So, They did the pads and replaced the break warning sensor.
Two months later I learn the noise I've been hearing since then is wheel bearings Needing to be replaced.
The dealer said they found my tires to be worn and choppy think this caused the problem. But my tires are only 9 months old.
Can anyone help me connect the dots here? Does any of these things have to do with wheel bearings? It can't possibly be a coincidence that the car started sounding like the Tin Man without oil, every time the right front hits any kind of bump, right after the Breaks are done. Could it?
Ya. I'm probably reaching or overly suspicious but you would be too if you were me and been constantly jacked around with this car.
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 25th, 2016 AT 11:20 PM