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Ok, at this point I am very unhappy. Just talked to the dealer, they say it's a short in the electrical system. Said the vehicle is too torn apart to be able to pick up tonight.

Great! Two month old vehicle and he said they took the door panels, kick panels, and part of the dash apart.

So much for buying a new car to avoid missing work because my car is in the shop.
 

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Ok, at this point I am very unhappy. Just talked to the dealer, they say it's a short in the electrical system. Said the vehicle is too torn apart to be able to pick up tonight.

Great! Two month old vehicle and he said they took the door panels, kick panels, and part of the dash apart.

So much for buying a new car to avoid missing work because my car is in the shop.
 

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At the dealership this morning and they said it is definitely the window motor. Which make some sense since the door sensor is sub tended off the window on the LIN data bus.

4 business days to get part 😡
 

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Just FYi, noticed at dealer and since that the problem has gone away. Maybe from being taken apart & reassembled, I don't know.

But now I have a part on order (window motor) and everything is working fine.

Do I let them open the door up and replace the window motor?
 

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have not seen this yet, but I did get recent software update at dealer so hopefully i wont see this one
 

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So the radio has been working fine since the dealer, open driver door lights on radio off. But there are scratches on the interior pull door handle, I found a screw on my floor mat, and now the side camera does not work.
So happy I could just burst! 😡
 

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Update, window motor came in and I dropped the vehicle off to have it put in, and have them fix the camera. They called first thing this morning to say they broke my mirror trying to fix the camera, and will have to order one, it may take until Tuesday. They also admitted that they probably fried the camera while probing wires troubleshooting. Now I wonder what shape the wires they probed are in. Did they damage any like my door handle, camera, & mirror?

They refused me a loaner and said they do not do that, then said it was because I didn't buy from their dealership. I explained that I tried and the sales person dropped the ball & didn't return my calls. At that point I said I would print the emails & text messages between me & the sales person from their dealership; then I would like to sit down with the owner of the dealership & my GM senior adviser (handling my case at GM) and discuss a few things. Then I called the general manager of the dealer I bought the vehicle at to discuss what he could do to help his customer.

After about two hours I got a call from my service adviser saying they had arranged a rental car for me.

I am so unhappy with GM/Chevy at this point, just want a different vehicle.

While I was at the dealership one of the other service writers said they have very few mechanical issues with the newer vehicles, just issues with the electronics.

Also, GM owner center is down for me, anyone else (been 2 days)?
 

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I picked up my Blazer from the dealership yesterday and everything appeared to work, until I drove it. Now the collision deterrent indicator in my mirror doesn't work. So, back in the shop it goes for the third time in the last month. Had it three months and it's been in the shop for 10 days so far, and they have to install a part on order & figure out this new issue with collision avoidance system.

GM advisor wanted to close my case, I said no let's wait until I get it back and check everything. Just because the dealership said it's fixed does not mean it's fixed.
 
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