I have had a pretty bad vibration going on for a while now that is really bad at 35-45 mph and then around 65 is goes away. I took the wheels to get balanced three times ($300 total) and that kind of fixed it for a bit but not completely.
Then had a bolt through my tire and went to go get it fixed and when they put it back on and tightened the lug nuts, they came and got me and said to check it out. Once it was tight it moved like an inch in all directions like the lugs were not tight, thought they were. I mean it was moving all over the place. SO i took it to the dealership and they said they would fix it on warranty. Called me back today and said it was not covered because i had a lift and bigger than stock tires on it. Typical.
They told me the wheel bearing was bad, the hub was bad and the tie rod was bad. I get how the bearings and hub could be bad, but how does the tie rod go bad? They said $1000 to fix it and I told them to give me the keys back.
Is this something I can do on my own? I dont have a press so not sure how to do that for the bearing. Sorry this is so long but any advice would be appreciated