I do not know how to fix it, but mine do the same thing. If I am backing out of my driveway and have to wait very long for traffic, the side mirrors will tilt back to the original position while still in reverse.
I got mine through Autoanything. Give them a call and they might be able to apply a small discount for you, but Corsa doesn't let them apply their typical 10% off coupons to their products.
I recently upgraded phones. Old phone was a Droid Razr and it wouldn't work with Pandora via bluetooth and the pandora app on the truck. My new phone is a Galaxy S5 and it works great. So I am not sure what the issue was, but I'm thinking it has something to do with the "older" smart phones not being compatible for some reason.
Here is a pic with the black tips for the Corsa Sport Exhaust. Not a great pic, but you can get the idea. I just did my exhaust today and I would like to thank fondupot for the write up. Taking the stock exhaust out in one piece was actually pretty easy once you know the trick to rotate it!
I just installed the Volant CAI system with the Donaldson filter. I had this installed for a week before installing the Corsa exhaust, and I will say, it sounded good, but might be a little much without the added exhaust sound. Overall I am pretty pleased. As others have stated with the Volant system, the fit and finish could be a little better (the cover doesn't directly line up with the box). The only thing I was really disappointed with was the cheap rubber hose that comes with the system for the valve cover breather lines. The hose would easily kink, so I went to the local auto parts store and bought 3 feet of corded thick rubber hose that will not kink for $7. I do really like the Donaldson filter and I think the system sounds great when combined with the Corsa exhaust! I don't know if it is providing any "colder" air, but there is definitely more air available vs the stock system, so that can't be a bad thing...
I just installed the Corsa Sport exhaust today. Single side exit, black tips. Really love it so far! Sounds great in V8 mode. You can hear it in V4 mode (helicopter sound...), but it isn't too bad. With the radio up and a/c on, I don't notice a sound difference while cruising on the highway.
Not going to argue, but it isn't just GM. Whatever the reason, many of the other American and Japanese auto makers have horrible paint these days too. My 91 BMW has better paint (and still original) than anything sitting on the car lots today.
The paint is the one thing I am not very happy with on my new truck, but it isn't just GM, most car companies have bad paint these days. Due to EPA standards, car companies don't use the same paint or paint processes they used to. Everything is water-based now and it seems it is done in fewer layers. I had similar problems with paint chips on my front end (couple of big ones, lots of smaller ones) which is why I bought some Dr. ColorChip, fixed the rock chips and got the 3M Scotchgard Paint Protection film installed on the front end. I am very happy with it so far.
I paid $630 to have it done (unsure of the parts/labor breakdown though). Mine was more expensive though because I have the color matched bumper and grill. If you have a chrome grill/bumper it would require much less film and time since they don't put the film on the chrome (I asked just out of curiosity and he said that the film doesn't adhere to chrome very well).
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