If this turns out to be more than an isolated problem and it looks like it may, what would be the best way to approach the service department in the early stages of detection. (I'm showing slight pitting on one wheel at 1,700 miles and will be watching it and the other three very closely.) Once winter hits here in the Chicago area, and with the amount of salt they dump on the roads, I know the problem will be blamed on salt and any advantage I would have had will be lost. Not to mention that rust/paint is usually falls into a non-warranty covered area. Because early detection and documentation can only be in my favor, should I be taking photos every so often? I'm due for an oil change at 3,750 miles, should I wait till then to bring it up to them? I have already printed out The Reapers photo to show them what I am watching for. Advice greatly appreciated. Take care!
"The pathologically precise are annoying, but right."
2009 LE - Black/Black
- Nissan JDM LED DRLs
- Nissan JDM Black Chrome Grille
- Nissan JDM Side Window Visors
- Color-matched Lower Bumper Covers
- Black Chrome Nissan Front and Rear Emblems
- 255/50-20 Yokohama Parada Spec-X tires
- Refinished 20" OEM LE Wheels in Nissan GTR Hyper-Smoke
- Stealth Chrome Turn Signal Bulbs
- Hoen Xenonmatch Fog Light Bulbs
- Hella Supertone Horns
- 35% Tinted Front Side Windows