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2019 Chevy Volt, Voltech with 7.2 kW optional Charger
Sounds like another batch was found to be lacking the weather sealant.
The important bit:
It's going to be fine unless you want to drive through Lots of water.... even then only about 1% of the trucks are thought to be impacted.What are you talking about 🤣 We're talking about a vehicle that has a known issue/recall/warning/whatever, nothing to do with age 🤣
Whoever is out there driving these vehicles with this warning is no real concern of mine; I'm just saying, if I had the Hummer right now with the warning message from GM, it would be parked until they fixed it... If that doesn't make sense to you, then o well...
talk to your parts department? I've heard they sometimes get news about vehicles before anyone else... Like if a vehicle has issues PDI parts can be delayed to recalled.You want to talk about a mystery. I'm still waiting on a 2022 Yukon built back in March to ship here. I've since then delivered around 6 2023 Yukons. We are getting new model year vehicles ahead of our old ones now.
Batteries are going to Cami too and Spring Hill, they got places.I'm guessing batteries are piling up at the factory with it being closed for weeks. Curious to see if they go the "replace with new and refurbish the old) plan or let service department rectify the issue. It can't be an easy decision and with the long term PR possible PR hit of faulty executions of the fix on their flagship EV at dealers, who knows.
They know cause and the likely number of the vehicles impacted.... but they can't be certain which were impacted. So they are going through the process of developing a plan to go through them all.I was looking for more details or any updates this morning and I reread the main report to NHTSA. This stands out at the beginning of the report:
Population : Number of potentially involved : 824
Estimated percentage with defect : 1 %
8.24 vehicles are defective and we are in this situation?