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Tom Cox

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  1. I regret purchasing an early build 2019 Silverado - eleven recalls so far, plus jingling stub shaft, and now a letter about needing to adjust front camera before it causes an issue with the brakes. Latest recall(s) advise that a previous recall needs correction and the other recall is just to let me know there may be glue on a battery cable that could cause an arc - so, given that I suppose the truck could catch fire- but, GM also let me know they don't have parts to fix the issue - "don't call me - we'll call you". I have people come up to me and ask do you have issues with your truck and then they proceed to tell me about all of the issues with their or friends 2019 Silverados. I traded in a perfectly good 2017 - for the recall king... Nice truck really really poor build.
  2. Onstar advised me of these three recalls...I think that makes seven recalls total since purchased in Feb 2019. So, in 10 months six or seven recalls and the jingling issue plus need to have the usb ports checked since neither will charge my phone. Or, maybe its time to take the loss and get rid of this very poorly built truck.
  3. Two of the three parts are in. So more waiting on repair that most likely isn't going to work.
  4. Has been ~ one month since parts were ordered. So far no call from dealer so I'm calling today. In Georgia they get three repair attempts before there is a breach of warranty - but, I wonder if not being able to get in parts to make repairs impacts that requirement? If I have to go lemon law route then I am going to be asking for a buy back.
  5. Another week of jingling, parts ordered for a repair that most likely won't fix the issue. One month or longer wait for the parts ( additional delay by the strike...). Very annoying especially when i make the payment.
  6. Thanks. I need my truck updated and I have ~9k miles.
  7. I'll be waiting on the three repair attempts and that's all. After three failed attempts it's time for GM to buy the truck back via a lemon law claim - these things cost too much to put up with this nonsense.
  8. Picked my truck up on Tuesday as the parts to be replaced are on back order and will take at least 20 - 30 days to arrive at the dealer. The parts they intend to replace are as follows: 84428312 - Ring, 84428310 - Seal, and 84428295 - Slinger. No idea what a "Slinger" is.
  9. Get back to work...I need parts for jingling 2019 Silverado. But, I do agree that Barra isn't doing a good job as CEO.
  10. Dropped my truck off this morning. Shop Foreman said that Engineer gave them "some things to try" - he wouldn't elaborate about what those things were. Not much confidence they will actually get the truck fixed. So we'll see - if they do fix it I'll be happy. But if they don't have it fixed by the third attempt it will be time to get some legal assistance with lemon law claim.
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