I took my 2017 Forester in to an independent shop that specializes in Subarus for its 30K mile service last fall. The first thing the mechanic said after he pulled the car into the bay was that it sounded like the engine has a bad rod bearing. The owner told me since it is still under warranty to take it to the dealership which I did that same day. The dealership checked it out and said they couldn't find anything wrong with it. So I just took it in again to the independent shop for its 36K mile service and was told the same thing - the engine has a bad rod bearing. Not sure how to proceed from here. Never heard of a Forester with such low mileage having this problem. But the independent shop mechanics are adamant that it does indeed have a bad rod bearing. I guess I should go back to the dealership and let them check it out again if for no other reason than to have my concerns documented. Thoughts?