My 2005 Audi TT (38K miles) just had 2 front axles and mount plates changed.
I also bought 4 new Michelin tires and had them aligned and balanced, all at Tire Kingdom. They were the ones who showed me the rusted axle part and said the axles and mount plates needed changing. The problem I have is that now, I feel any little bump I drive over, as if the suspension is non existent. Is this something that smoothes out with time (and is it caused by the changing of the axles and mount plates) or is this a totally different problem? I've been the sole owner of my car and have such low mileage that I prefer repairing to buying a new vehicle.
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