Took my 2004 Ford Thunderbird in for 30,000 mile check up. It was recommended to on 2004 Ford Thunderbird

change suspension boots,upper ball joints, control arms, left tie rod end, rear trailing arms and rear sway bar end links. Why would this be recommended after only 30,000 miles? This car has not been in an accident.

by in Alpharetta, GA on March 05, 2012
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3 answers
ANSWER by , November 14, 2013
Sounds like your being taken for a ride. Tell them you have a warr. good for 50K miles and make them repair it for nothing.
ANSWER by , March 05, 2012
I agree - thats pretty unusual that a car with only 30,000 miles would have all these problems with these suspension and steering components. Obviously - a car that has been wrecked or hit lots of potholes and curbs might have these problems. We'd be more than happy to take a look at your car and give you a second opinion. Please call us at 770-876-6956 to setup an appointment and we can take a look at it for you at no charge. Thanks, Dennis Eidson Honest-1 Auto Care of Roswell 1270 Alpharetta St, Roswell, GA 30075
ANSWER by , March 05, 2012
sounds crazy to me. GET A 2ND opinion first