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Bought a used car, has been into the dealership 3 times in 8 weeks for repairs, this last time and the time before the service department was made aware the car pulls to the left and has an intermittent noise coming from the driver-side front wheel area. I got my car back and was ecstatic that it seemed fixed only to have the ball-joint fail completely while my husband was driving the car with our 3 year old daughter in the vehicle. I feel the dealership needs to pay for this since I made them aware that something is going on, I am a Nurse not a mechanic. They act like it is not their problem. The Service summary that I received from them when I got my car back states "Did not hear the noise, balanced tires" no mention that they checked for anything else. Do I have a chance?