crawdadsolstice said:But I am sure they have no idea how long that might take to complete....
Any ideas, or even guesses, if they are doing this repair in VIN# order?
Yeah, and the crying around here would have been so loud you could here it around the world! :lol:LBJay said:I've said it before and I'll say it again. This car needed at least another 6 months of development before it was put into production.
Haste makes waste.
To the contrary, I think most new product releases go through these types of "growing pains". We are simply more aware of all of the details because of the hype from the Apprentice deal and the information being shared on this forum.LBJay said:I've said it before and I'll say it again. This car needed at least another 6 months of development before it was put into production.
Haste makes waste.
Editguy said:A redesign of the rubber seals make sense, but I can't envision any scenario where it would be necessary to replace the glass. So I'm wondering if the rumor isn't just half right.
meallen1220 said:Well the bad part of it all is that will not be Honest and tell the dealers why they are holding cars.
But then again they are shipping cars. So do they put them through a leak test and the ones that fail they keep!
If mine has failed and it has to stay so be it
But for a repair to take 30 days ------ i would not have a job if I put my customers off that long, but I am not Union either.
Yes I want it
Crush the thing and build me a new one and get it to me. :leaving:
They're not touching my car! I'm not leaking - whenever they "replace" or "adjust" something they just make it worse. no no no. It ain't going in for new rubbers.dylan01 said:So what now?
They are going to rip our doors apart and put in new glass? They better not scratch my car in anyway! This is getting just ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS.
meallen1220 said::brentil: :brentil: :brentil: :brentil:
I really needed that???? :willy: :willy: :willy: