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So while I was in KY went to dealership to get my driver seat lever fix. The handle that lets your back seat passenger in/out. Thankfully they looked it up and it was a TSB so I did not have to pay for it. I could swear though the dealer here in KS was trying to get me to pay for it, anyways...
Wonder if there were more TSB that i should know about or even recalls cuz all cars do. So here is a link
Chevrolet results under Recalls & TSBs | AutoMD
Might be useful, hope it helps someone.
 

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Bookmarked! Thanks!
 

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I've been to my dealership several times for this same issue (the GM at the dealership couldn't even get the seat to operate properly) and I've never been offered any kind of fix. It looks like I'll be back at my dealership on Monday morning because I'm tired of looking like an idiot every time I try to put someone in the back seat.

Thanks to the OP for the thread. I already had the link to the TSBs but I haven't taken the time lately to read through them...so I guess it's time for me to catch up.
 

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TSB's are not recalls, and the dealership is not obligated to fix it for free if your warranty is expired. I found this out the hard way a few years ago.
 

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I don't think anyone expects free work after their warranty expires and no one ever even mentioned a recall. I still have plenty of warranty time left and have been asking for a fix for my seats since 3 months after I bought the car which is when I finally took possession of it.
 

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Ok, my bad then. I guess I misunderstood what you were saying. I would think that the dealer should replace whatever is broken if it's still under warranty. I know my dealership would bend over backwards to make something like that right.
 

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Ok, my bad then. I guess I misunderstood what you were saying. I would think that the dealer should replace whatever is broken if it's still under warranty. I know my dealership would bend over backwards to make something like that right.
Funny how the opposite is the dealership bending you over forwards... :)
 
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