Yesterday, I needed to take my wife's accord in for an inspection, the guy finds that the rear inner pads were shot because of a buildup of rust in the caliper, he gave me a fair price and I let him do it (if I had time I'd do it myself) and I told him that I think both CV joints are shot and again I just don't have time to replace the,. The dude is telling me it can't be because the boots are good. After test driving he agrees with me and again a fair price was given ($300 for both axles). When I pick up the car noise is gone all is good, I test the car by accelerating heavily it starts shaking on the driver's side like the wheel is about to fall off. I go back and tell him the axle is *&$$#%. He starts telling me that it just has to work itself out after a week of driving. I ask him why the other side doesn't have to work itself out lol. Finally after going back and forth he replaces it free, what makes me upset is why don't mechanics test drive their work especially if they use aftermarket parts that are known to be bad from beginning like cv joints? And why make the customer angry when they know they are wrong ? And all this from an indy with a good reputation. From now on I'll find time to do my own work,lol.