$4k was the estimate I received over email from QC Charge, after checking the speed sensor and there isn't a leak we have decided to just drive it until the rebuild becomes mandatory.
How is your car now? I'm assuming the whirring noise is completely gone now? Congrats on getting the work done.
Jedlacks wrote: ↑Sun May 01, 2022 7:02 amI heard the whining getting slightly louder over a few months. At the beginning I took the car to the local dealer for servicing, and after $1k they said all is well. Over the next few months the sound got more noticeable, and when I took it back they said it would cost $14k to replace the drive unit. All this while asking if I wanted the $800 serv8ce which is coming up in a few months.
I shipped the car from Florida to QC Charge in California to have the bearing replaced. $4k was the bill. The bearing kit sells for $400, but the labor is the kicker. I may have attempted the repair, but for that bill I felt better off having them do it.