That is against the law, even if you have a lawyer hired and pursuing Lemon Law, they still have to fix the truck, especially if a fix becomes available like this. I would take all of this and go get a good Lemon Law lawyer and you'll be squared away.
Yep, sure enough was missing the bolt that connects to the backside of the mud flap. The dealership mailed me a bolt, but it was wrong one, so I'll probably have to take it in to get the correct one on.
Fresh from dealer when I brought it home the truck had 41psi in each tire, I took that down to recommended level, right around 35 I also put new tires on the truck and it does the same, these tires are Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT - 275/70/18
I got my build sheet back and curious if others that have this problem are from the same plant: Build Date: 02/26/2019 Build Plant: Z MQE - TRANSMISSION, 8-SPEED AUTOMATIC SU4 - AXLE FRT
I was in the same boat... I tried to let them do the right thing as well and nothing comes of it. Hopefully yours works out for you. Remember, under Lemon Law you pay nothing to lawyer, you get 100% of outcome and GM will cover all lawyer costs.
I put a carabiner on the front of each kayak, then in the bed, I have a chain that connects to each side of the bed via carabiner. Then I just put the kayaks in and hook them to chain, all four stay put, the bottoms ones are right side up and then the top kayaks are upside down.
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