I brought my 2015 Acura TLX (60,000 miles) to the service department at the beginning of April 2018. When the work was being performed, I was told that they could not get the ball joint to separate from the steering knuckle. They ended up telling me that this repair would now cost around $2300.00 because of the parts that needed to completely removed and replaced. This was before being told what needed to be replaced, to begin with. I filed an insurance claim, and after a couple of weeks of paperwork and repair, I picked my vehicle up. The noise that was explicitly described to the service department was still present. It sounded exactly like it did when I first brought it there with additional noises in each wheel well when I turned the wheel one way or another. I brought it back, a technician said that the driver side strut needed replaced. I left my vehicle there for a week or so and when I went to pick it up, the wheel well noise was still there. I brought it back again and after a few more days was called in to come pick it back up. The noise sounded exactly like it did when I left it. I brought it back one more time hoping for a miracle. When I came to pick it up I was told that the ball joints just needed some grease. I knew at this point that the vehicle would still have the noise, primarily because the driver's side ball joint was just replaced by them a few weeks prior. I pick it up, and the noise is still there. Everyone at the repair center knows about my vehicle situation including the general manager. I called him two Fridays ago and told him of the disastrous repair attempts; he advised me that he was taking vacation the next week and that I would get a call back from him by the end of the business day. He promised to make the appropriate phone calls to get his best technician to repair the vehicle, and he would have the manager of the service department take over the repair to ensure accuracy. HE DID NOT CALL ME FRIDAY. HE HAS NOT CALLED ME, AND IT HAS BEEN 16 DAYS!