I got a car inspection in November and they told me my coil springs were cracked and needed to be replaced. I got the work done as recommended and pretty soon after this, my car was making a weird clunking noise. Because of holidays and things getting busy, it took me a while to get that looked at (almost 2 months). When I came in this time, they are saying that both my rear struts are blown out and they'll need to do the same amount of labor as the coil springs to fix it.
Does this sound reasonable? The mechanic is saying the struts recently broke (based on them being wet inside) and will probably drain out within the next week. I haven't noticed anything different recently and just came in because the timing was convenient.
Does it sound like I screwed something up by waiting to get that sound looked at? Is it likely the car inspection just missed something and I'm going to get double-charged for labor?
Car Description: Subaru Forester 2014 Mileage: ~75,000