My wifes 99 Alero is developing a fairly irritating squeak in the
front end. It kind of resembles the sound you would get when the speed
or tach cable needed to be oiled. Just a faint, have to turn off the
radio to hear squeak as you go down the road. The noise if definately
in the front driver side of the car and is very noticable (over the
radio) when you go over a speed bump or through a storm drain a little
I scheduled an appointment with a dealership for Monday and he said
it’ll be $102.50/hr for as long as it takes to find the squeak. While
I pray they find it in the first hour my luck is such that they will
call me in two days and ask if they should keep looking.
I went by the library this morning and found the following TSB’s;
they each address front end noises on her car.
While I would like to make them known to the dealership I don’t wan’t
to create a hostile environment then leave my car. How should I
mention the TSB’s? Are work from TSB’s free or discounted? Can I ask
them to look at the TSB stuff first then call me if that doesn’t fix
the problem? You guys that work for dealerships, how would you like
this presented to you?
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