Your car should have still been under the original 36K mile warranty. I've noticed a few weird sounds with some part of the suspension, but never brought it in to have it looked at.
lol you are THE MOST sarcastic person on planet earthHiiting those potholes at 60+ mph is kinda hard on them...............
Actually, Toyota has very little problems with their struts. They also last MUCH longer than 50,000 miles on average.My mechanic tells me that Toyota has had problems in the past with struts and the OEM is YBK. He said that once they are replaced, I should be good for 50K
Actually, it's "knew", not "new".bpchiil said:I new that Toyota has had issues in the past with bushings, but never struts.
I've never seen an extended warranty program that covers struts. They're a wear out item.bpchiil said:I think I did right, by purchasing the extended warranty for $800.
+1, I've never seen it also.I've never seen an extended warranty program that covers struts. They're a wear out item.
Yep, I'm wrong on that one. I had a brain fart (long day, very little sleep). Struts are covered, shocks are not.Struts are not on the list of excluded items on my Toyota Platinum coverage, so they would be covered.
What? ...Isn't... that how you're supposed to drive a mid-size family sedan? Damnit, if I feel like flipping my car into my parking space, I'll damn well do it.I sure don't drive my car like it's the General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard!