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Old 02-04-2013, 11:00 PM   #18
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Mine did that after 2 weeks of ownership and the the horrors began. Thanks to this forum I found the same tsb and they repaired. Upon inspection,over spray on the whole car,even in the door jambs,SS on trunk lid upside down and 3 big gouges in one rim. They fixed everything,but now my swirl free paint was no more.
Onto my obsession with polishing to make it right.

Good luck with your dealer. I still go to mine because it was the body shop fault and dealer made good on all of the issues.
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:50 AM   #19
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Ugh. I got this issue too. I guess I'll be going there to see about it. My dealership experiences are ALWAYS terrible. Sigh. Here we go again...

Thanks for sharing the info, nonetheless.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:52 AM   #20
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Ugh. I got this issue too. I guess I'll be going there to see about it. My dealership experiences are ALWAYS terrible. Sigh. Here we go again...

Thanks for sharing the info, nonetheless.

Please let us know how your dealership service appointment goes. We are here if you have any questions.

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Old 02-12-2013, 12:42 PM   #21
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has anyone reported this issue happening on 2012's? just curious is all.
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:50 PM   #22
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Common issue covered under 36/36 warranty. I'd touch up the edge and bolt it back on. If dealer repairs you will get full trunk lid repaint and buff resulting in streaking, blending over your rear fenders and scratches from compound. If they don't remove your stripes results will be worse.
I agree. I think I would pass on that. Touch up and forget about it.
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:39 PM   #23
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I appreciate the concern Brandon.

Stopped in today at Bob McCosh Chevrolet in Columbia, MO to address 2 TSBs under my CPO "bumper-to-bumper limited" warranty. 1) Exhaust muffler baffle separation which causes buzzing/vibration; and 2) This paint/spoiler issue.

1) Located problem and will order exhaust parts in for fix next week. I agreed to this.

2) This paint TSB is not covered under the CPO 1yr/12000mi warranty; nor is it covered under the corrosion warranty. I'm not happy with this finding, but I didn't bother arguing with the writer, since it has never helped before.

So far, the CPO warranty has been a let down. It hasn't been much better than buying a car off the street, as is. Everytime I have a claim, I'm told it's not covered, but yet they insist on calling it a "bumper-to-bumper." Logically, "bumper-to-bumper" and "limited" are fundamentally opposite.

And when I asked for documents that define exactly what is included in this misnamed warranty, I was told by my salesman he doesn't have it, the service dept from 2 different dealerships didn't have it, then the chevrolet.com rep told me she was not allowed to send emails or hardcopies of it, but she can "read it to me." Was I supposed to record it and play it back for the service writer when there's a dispute? The only reason I didn't ask for documents at the time of the sale was because under the logic of it being a "bumper-to-bumper," I didn't think I would need a paper to tell me, "everything."

I ended up speaking to a total of 3 chevrolet.com reps on the phone before I finally found some documents on gmcertified.com that mostly, but not completely, defined the terms of the CPO warranty. In the end I had to tell the reps where the info was online.

So far the GM/Chevrolet experience has been a real disappointment.

You may not believe it, but this is the short version.
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Old 02-16-2013, 06:05 PM   #24
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I think I'm going to have to order the GM repair kit 22785872, and some Dr. Colorchip to try to fix this myself.

It'll be another project planned for this Spring.
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:36 PM   #25
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Trunk Lid Paint Chipping Off

I had this problem with mine it only had 75 miles on it! However I didnt trust the dealer to do the repair so what I ended up doing is taking the trunk off the car myself and taking it to a professional bodyshop of a person I thoroughly trust to do the repair and color match paying out of pocket which I didnt mind because I didnt want the trunk on the car when it was getting done like alot of dealers working flat rate would do, I figure if the trunk was removed theres no problems of overspray on the car and its only 4 bolts and an electrical connection to remove the deck lid, Id rather go through removing the trunk then having problems with other parts of the car during the dealer paint process in the paint booth, However the problem I found was the GM kit for the spoiler the spacers are only made of thin foam once you snug the bolts the spoiler is right up against the trunk again, So I took one of the spacers from the GM kit traced them on a rubber sheet cut the rubber spacers out of the sheet and with the solid rubber spacers once the bolts were snugg for the spoiler the spacing was achieveable so no further damage would occur.
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Old 02-21-2013, 08:14 AM   #26
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yeah they should definitely be rubber and not foam. I had this TSB done back in '11 and I have to take it back in for the same reason a little over a year later.
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Old 02-21-2013, 04:04 PM   #27
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Well wish I would have not seen this forum, went out to the grauge and yep my paint is rubbed off.
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Old 02-21-2013, 04:12 PM   #28
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yeah they should definitely be rubber and not foam. I had this TSB done back in '11 and I have to take it back in for the same reason a little over a year later.
I Just managed to talk my dealer into doing this TSB, even though I was out of warraty, after they damanged my bumper on an unrelated service. I guess I will have to replace the spacers with rubber after I get it back, or I will really be on my own once the condition returns.
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