Honda Plus warranty voided by Canadian Tire Tire/Rim change?
Same day, went to Canadian Tire and they did the install. As the weather warmed, I started leaving my windows open. For at least two-three weeks now I have noticed a 'clicking' sound coming from my right passenger tire, but only when someone is seated in the passenger seat. I tried to look for rocks and such on the tire, but cannot locate any. I spoke with Canadian tire, who said they would have a look. I also contacted the dealer, in the event that the issue is unrelated to the tire change. They are telling me that if the issue has anything related to the tire change, then I am not covered under warranty. They are also telling me I have to pay an inspection fee of $125 just to have them look at it.
Does this seem normal? Excuse my ignorance, I am a newish driver, and this is my first vehicle. My understanding was that services done at other providers (such as CT) do NOT void warranty and to keep receipts (which I have). As well, the tires and rims are stock, purchased from the dealer, and the dealer themselves at the time of tire purchase said warranty is unaffected.
I am hoping CT can correct the issue when I see them on Friday, but in the event they cannot, and I have to go to the dealer; does this seem accurate? I feel that I am getting screwed over here (or I am misunderstanding the warranty which I can admit is a possibility).
I thought my Honda Plus covered most of this stuff (including inspection fee). CT also advertises that their work is approved by car manufactures and does not affect warranty status with them.
Google research indicates that my issue could be related to the CV joints, which according to Honda documentation, is covered both by default warranty as well as my extended warranty.
Any advise or suggestions would be appreciated.