I took my car to an Auto Repair Shop to have the two front end control arms replaced on a 2005 Toyota Camry XLE. The the repair shop stripped the nut located in the sub-frame on the driver side. As a result they drilled a hole through the sub frame with a nut and bolt to hold the control arm in place.
- What type of structural damage so this do to the vehicle?
- If the nut was difficult to remove does it require a specialized set of tools and a high level of expertise to be repaired properly.
- What type of hazard could this create when operating the vehicle?