- Nov 12, 1999
Read Lore's last two posts in that thread..............Anyway, it looks like Corn's problem has already been addressed:
If I were sure my problem was simply tires, I would just go ahead and purchase my own set out of pocket and be done with it. But because of the dealer's reluctance to put a set of known good tires/wheels on my car for a test drive, I question whether or not my problems really are tires even though I do know I've got 4 bad tires. I feel like they are stalling or something and I'm not going to drop $800 on a decent set of tires just to find out that I've got out of balance half shafts or a vibrating tranny with issues.
I really want to love my car, but I'm borderline angry at the moment. Acura corporate does know I'm unhappy with my car, they called me yesterday to tell me that my VIN was regestered to receive the new tires without even requiring one of their District Managers test it first. The service manager at my dealership appears to be helpful, but I'm still skeptical. He know's I'm not a car noob and have an independent shop I know and trust ready to look at the car if the new tires don't solve my problem.