Just be careful where you go outside of the dealership. If you can take pictures of the balljoints (upper and lower) before taking it in. I wouldn't trust most mechanics using the correct balljoint separator since it runs $150+ for the tool. They will most likely use the picklefork which may tear the boot. This will end up costing you more so if you have proof, you can at least cover yourself if you need to take it to court.
2009 Altima 2.5 SL - 116k miles - Auto - Sister's
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