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Old 09-01-2013, 11:20 AM   #18
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Mines doesn't look like that
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But the way I yank/pull my seatbelt with force when buckling up, I can easily see it becoming a problem soon
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I hate being heavy handed
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Old 09-01-2013, 11:22 AM   #19
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Mines doesn't look like that
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But the way I yank/pull my seatbelt with force when buckling up, I can easily see it becoming a problem soon
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I hate being heavy handed
I don't even think its from yanking on it. I never really have people in the back seat, so I guess it's from buckling/unbuckling and the belt dragging across the seat.
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Old 09-01-2013, 12:57 PM   #20
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Good eye... looking at the the way the belt sits on the seat inside the loop I think you are right.... that would mean this is a design flaw... you can't keep the belt inside the loop when your pulling it to latch in.......
For those with Recaro's - you have been warned, be sure to "lift" the belt as your pulling it

For the Chevy Cust Svc that's on this string better get with your quality department fast otherwise I think you will start seeing a lot of warranty complaints with this if the seats continue to be shipped as is -

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Old 09-01-2013, 02:31 PM   #21
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Good eye... looking at the the way the belt sits on the seat inside the loop I think you are right.... that would mean this is a design flaw... you can't keep the belt inside the loop when your pulling it to latch in.......
For those with Recaro's - you have been warned, be sure to "lift" the belt as your pulling it

For the Chevy Cust Svc that's on this string better get with your quality department fast otherwise I think you will start seeing a lot of warranty complaints with this if the seats continue to be shipped as is -

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Tried it and you're right. You need to pull the seatbelt out before you can pull it down.

Wish I had known this earlier.
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Old 09-01-2013, 08:44 PM   #22
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Tried it and you're right. You need to pull the seatbelt out before you can pull it down.

Wish I had known this earlier.
Sorry I didn't notice earlier!! Mine is well past yours...

One of the things I felt good about going into 2014 model was the platform (engine, etc.) hadn't changed so I didn't need to worry about "new design" issues..... never expected a Recaro/Chevy hook up to be in this category Honestly you would think this would have come up from the Recaro guys when they were shown how the seat would sit in the car......
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Old 09-03-2013, 07:58 PM   #23
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Sorry I didn't notice earlier!! Mine is well past yours...

One of the things I felt good about going into 2014 model was the platform (engine, etc.) hadn't changed so I didn't need to worry about "new design" issues..... never expected a Recaro/Chevy hook up to be in this category Honestly you would think this would have come up from the Recaro guys when they were shown how the seat would sit in the car......
Maybe not Recaro, but from the test mules at least.
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:27 PM   #24
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This is my 2010 I've had since September of 09. Its got some light scuffing but nothing like whats above. This is a daily driver too. I do pull out and down though when i buckle my seat belt.
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Old 09-04-2013, 10:26 AM   #25
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If you look at how close your loop is to the edge I think this is the difference, 14 Recaro's have a lot of bulk for the seatbelt to rub...is the leather soft? I noticed the leather is REALLY soft on the shoulder pieces.

So I went to the dealer and they ordered "the back cover" - I clarified that they were going to reupholster and not just cover it up and they told me yes.... fixes the damage but not the design..... I also wonder how long I will be without the car.... sounds like a good winter project
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Old 09-04-2013, 01:19 PM   #26
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Thought I'd upload a pic of leather seats from 2SS/RS 2012. Ours has a padding under the loop:
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Old 09-04-2013, 01:41 PM   #27
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If you look at how close your loop is to the edge I think this is the difference, 14 Recaro's have a lot of bulk for the seatbelt to rub...is the leather soft? I noticed the leather is REALLY soft on the shoulder pieces.

So I went to the dealer and they ordered "the back cover" - I clarified that they were going to reupholster and not just cover it up and they told me yes.... fixes the damage but not the design..... I also wonder how long I will be without the car.... sounds like a good winter project
Yes the leather is soft. I clean and condition it regularly.

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Thought I'd upload a pic of leather seats from 2SS/RS 2012. Ours has a padding under the loop:
Interesting. I wonder if they'll do this with the recaros now. Because i doubt these will be isolated incidents
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Old 09-04-2013, 01:57 PM   #28
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I have the base cloth seats so I don't have those wear issues, but there has to be a better design than the loops. I hate discovering that my latch has gone through the loop. It's such a pain in the arse to reach all the way back and grab it.
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Old 09-04-2013, 02:50 PM   #29
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Thought I'd upload a pic of leather seats from 2SS/RS 2012. Ours has a padding under the loop:
Soooooo this tells me they have thought of this issue before...
What happened Chevy did you fire that guy?
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Soooooo this tells me they have thought of this issue before...
What happened Chevy did you fire that guy?
Definitely strange they would go backwards with that design. I'm sure they will have to start adding this to the new Recaros.
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Old 05-15-2015, 04:48 PM   #31
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Please keep us posted, Cool1LE! If further assistance is needed after your dealership visit, we are happy to help.

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Not trying to jack the thread just trying to show this has happened in the past because dealer thinks its normal wear and tear.

Hi Chevrolet Customer Car

I am having the same issue as Cool1LE. The seatbeat is burning my factory recaros. Took the car to the dealership today and they told me to go pound sand. If there isn't a hole they don't do anything. Bring it back when there is a hole and we will replace it. Exact words. So when you say we are happy to help what do you mean? You want me to send you a pick of it doing it by my seatbelt or the area of the left front seat where it is peeling off? Please let me know. Look forward to hearing from you.

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Old 05-15-2015, 05:08 PM   #32
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Here some pix. Seems to just flake off. The seat is a year old with 3700 miles in it. The dealer tells me they won't do anything until there is a hole and than added they would have to take the seat and shipped it to GM for approval. When I said ok he backed off. Plus claimed I added the seats after I bought the car until I offered to show him the sticker from the window and they were an option. My take is for the amount of money they charge they should be a better quality and last a weeee bit longer.









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Old 05-15-2015, 07:34 PM   #33
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This is on my 2015, just saw the thread and noticed mine.
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Old 05-16-2015, 09:57 AM   #34
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No way!!!.... go to another dealer if you have to (I've notice a lot of posts where some people have no issues getting replaced and others do, it must be the managers call which is BS!) Mine has been replaced for over a year and half - it was all under warranty.
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