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Noticed this on the shocks a few days after I got my car back from the dealership. Does it look like a leak?
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Unfortunately a lot of dealer's maintenance shops are like that since they handle dozens, perhaps hundreds, of cars a week. Most car owners don't pay attention to details, especially if it's under the car. Sometimes if you let the service rep know you are paying attention you get better results (but not always). You'd think with all the time your car has been in the shop, they would know you are paying attention...I'm honestly questioning their expertise and attention to detail when doing any kind of repair or maintenance work.
I much rather do it myself, I'm not afraid of DIY.
I brought it back to the dealer and had them adjust it, which made it my 6th return visit.BTW u need to adjust your sway bar, the end links are pulling towards the drivers' side. You need to loosen the brackets on the cross member & move the bar towards the passenger side until the end links are even with inside of the rear wheel.
I get that, and that's why places like dealerships stay in business. I know some people don't like busing knuckles, some people don't want to understand what goes on under their car. It is my personal opinion though that if you trust someone else to set up your car, especially when you get into the tuning of suspension and engine management, your not going to get whats best for you, your going to get what works for most.^^ you still have to understand not everyone is inclined to do such work regardless.
isk1tz: dont mean to get off topic, but i bet he went there for warranty that he got due to the Stealership installing TRD parts. Sometimes is better to get stuff installed at dealership cause every time you come back they will take care of it, if not then you keep coming till it gets done correctly. It might be a hassle but it will get taken care of. (i dont work for any scion dealer) just my 2 cents.