I am sure I know the answer here.. but sounds like the "shakes" have been pretty well fixed up with the TSBs.. yes? Never really knew about this issue till I saw a good deal on a '11 3.6R Ltd today.. its a manufacturer buyback .
Dealer gave me the Warranty service notes.. and claims the dealer performed any remaining TSBs.
So - are there still cases that are "incorrectible" and should I simply look past the car? Before this I was just looking at '11 2.5 Ltd's - NOT buybacks.
1 customer states vibration while driving, tech states road forced balance tire and performed test drive and ordered parts as per tsb
2 customer states vibration at highway speed, replace suspension compone
nts as per tsb and performed 4 wheel alignment performed multiple test drives novibration at this time
3 CUST STATES VIBRATION IN STEERING WHEEL AT HIGHWAY SPEED 55MPH AND ABOVE. TECH CHECKED AND PERFORMED ROAD FORCE BALANCE AS PER TSB 05-50-10R LEFT FRONT TIRE OUT OF SPECS.
5 ROAD FORCE BALANCED BOTH FRONT TIRES/WHEELS- DOWN TO .5 AND 2.5, RETORQUEDP/S RACK PINION ASSY, LOOSENED AND TIGHTENED UNVERSAL JOINT
6 PREFORMED RECALL WVW33