Question about Hyundai Tiburon
First of all, they should have removed the caliper and rotor before they even touched that hub assembly. Also, as far as I know, a caliper can't cause wheel bearing failure. You should get the proper reimbursement for what they did. Sounds like they weren't good mechanics. I can easily see them damaging that rotor if they struck it with a hammer, especially if they heated everything up. Not so much the caliper, but if it braked fine before you pulled it in their garage, they broke that too. Good luck Linda.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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