Ya, If you take a big pair of shears and cut around that area it will disappear..mnussbaum said:Anybody notice the carpeting under the brake is loose or bulges up some? Like, if you push your foot down underneath the brake pedal the carpeting isn't completely flat against the floor?
Isn't it amazing how many of the most simple solutions seem to be such a big deal for warranty coverage?mnussbaum said:I cut off about 1/4" of the leading edge, which helped a lot, and applied a bit of spray-on carpet adhesive. Nearly perfect now. :
+1Dawgdaes said:So many of these dealerships are GM's own worst enemies.
Did you have a case regarding your concern? I would like to look into this for you with the case number. Please contact me directly for further assistance. Thank you.Ziason said:I agree about dealers. I took my 11 Nox in to complain about seat getting extremely uncomfortable. Manager, in back, called out a mechanic to see if the seat was really any different, from other noxs. Before the "repair tech" even knew what car I brought in, he stated that he had "The exact same car", then couldn't figure out how to let the seat slide back. Then asked what year it was, and proclaimed..."yep, mine is just the same".
I won't even bring up what GM call center said. Needles to say, issue will not be dealt with.
I just hate the way these dealers have a system, between each other, about how to dismiss the customer. Sly phrasing, and little traps to try to get one to admit that that the customer is being silly....... And every repair tech has the same car I drive, no matter what car I drive. That's what made me leave Chrysler. I thought that GM would be different, but I guess it's a culture that's not going away, soon.
Just my opinion.