So ive had a major issue with the used 2005 subaru outback ll bean edition i recently bought with 122k miles.
I got a deal on the vehicle with the disclaimer that it had road noise. This turned out to be a bearing (im not a mechanic btw). After the bearing got replaced i began having another problem… this turned out to be the front control arm assembly.
I recently had some new tires put on the car. A couple days after getting them (maybe right after… i didnt get a chance to test them on the highway for a few days) and i get terrible road noise again. This turned out to be a rear bearing. I get that fixed and now i have a headlight out.
My question is… it seems like everytime i have something fixed they send it back with a new problem… wait… not seems like… they definitely send it back with a new problem. Not talking about soon after the repair. Immediately after. Could the tire discounters have ruined my bearing while changing the tires? I read that bearings dont fail unless they were installed improperly or there was a wreck. Especially a rear bearing.
Now they open up my car and my headlight is out! Crazy