The engine mount snapped on my 2009 Ford Focus back on 12/17. The dealership looked at it and said the timing belt cover caused everything to go: engine mount, drive shaft and axle (passenger side). The manager even said this doesnt happen every day (not normal wear and tear) and after he looked at it, he thought the engine mount cracked from previous accidents (which happened in March/Aug 2015). I called up in insurance and someone looked at it and of course the damange that just happened has nothing to do with previous accidents from 2015 (from their findings of looking over all accidents and I provided this guy with all of my repair orders for review too).
I did take the car to the dealer and got a lot of work done from Dec 2015 to April 2016. I did tell them of issues with my car shaking during the time I brought it in. During that time they replaced the driver axel, bone mount, new tires, new battery, new wipers, oil changes, spark plugs, gasket cover, steering core pump and arm.The dealership is saying that none of the work they did would have any affect on the engine mount snapping. I think they might have meddled with the engine mount when they replaced the bone mount or should they have caught a bad engine mount when they were checking all mounts? Also, the insurance guy thought I may have had a bad passenger side axle and with that breaking it caused all of this damage? I don’t know what to do.