Just had a text from my Bro-in-law saying he's been following my car, which is supposed to be in at the dealer for a fooked wheelbearing.
Not that I mind, really, but why would you need a roadtest for a fooked bearing?
Given that it was making a noise you could hear, and a grinding you could feel through the wheel, wouldn't it just be a case of rotating the wheel by hand?
I can see what's going to happen here, I really can.
The roads are wet, which disguises the wheel bearing noise (maybe the water lubricates the knackered bearing, dunno).
I'm going to get it back with "no fault found".