I have a 2015 Nissan that I took to the dealership due to a howling/roaring noise from the front end.
First drop off the dealer had it for 3 days performing service and replacing both wheel bearings and returned it to me with "a little tire noise".
I picked it up and drove it a few hundred miles and the noise was unchanged and did not get better.
I dropped it back off at the dealership and let them know the noise was still present and I did not believe it to be tire noise.
They returned it to me later in the day stating, "it's tire noise and that I have bad tires"
The dealership does not want to accept another shops diagnosis and I do not want to spend $820 on new tires when my tires do not need replacement.
Was this a new or used vehicle? The Lemon Law only applies to new vehicles. Why not get a second opinion either from another Nissan dealership or independent shop to see what if anything is wrong. If the car is under warranty they should fix it.
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