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Old 05-30-2013, 03:03 PM   #26
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Tonneau Cover

Has anyone lost their Tonneau Cover while driving their 2010-2013 Camaro Convertible? I have and I am trying to get it covered as a warranty item... I had installed as instructed, as always and about the 20th time putting it on It apparently flew off at some point while I was on the highway. Really dont feel like paying for something that was not my fault. Please let me know if you too have lost one of these covers. Thanks
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Old 05-30-2013, 05:20 PM   #27
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Good luck with that. No way you can prove that you DIDN'T put it on incorrectly.
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Old 05-30-2013, 05:43 PM   #28
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Has anyone lost their Tonneau Cover while driving their 2010-2013 Camaro Convertible? I have and I am trying to get it covered as a warranty item... I had installed as instructed, as always and about the 20th time putting it on It apparently flew off at some point while I was on the highway. Really dont feel like paying for something that was not my fault. Please let me know if you too have lost one of these covers. Thanks
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Old 06-04-2013, 01:54 PM   #29
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got it covered... it was the old version with clips and not the newer version with bungees.
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Old 06-13-2013, 05:24 PM   #30
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Update:

Took it to Rodgers and they did great work. Its about 80% gone, but I'm not certain its even possible for them to fix it completely.

What they found was a missing pinch weld on in the sheet metal in the passenger rear which was causing it to rub. How significant is this to the car's structure? The dealer used some sort of seam sealer to try and fix... not sure exactly. But will this cause more problems in the future? Why should I have to settle for a car that is missing something significant like this? Let me know what you think... is a missing pinch weld a minor issue and common? I want a different car, honestly because I'm concerned its going to just be a rattle trap for the life of it.... Maybe someone can educate me on true significance of this issue.

Rodgers is indeed an outstanding dealership and worth the ride. I met the tech who was riding around in the trunk to try and find the source of the rattle. He even had carpet burns on his elbows.
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Old 06-18-2013, 10:57 PM   #31
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Old 12-08-2013, 10:23 AM   #32
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Update:

Took it to Rodgers and they did great work. Its about 80% gone, but I'm not certain its even possible for them to fix it completely.

What they found was a missing pinch weld on in the sheet metal in the passenger rear which was causing it to rub. How significant is this to the car's structure? The dealer used some sort of seam sealer to try and fix... not sure exactly. But will this cause more problems in the future? Why should I have to settle for a car that is missing something significant like this? Let me know what you think... is a missing pinch weld a minor issue and common? I want a different car, honestly because I'm concerned its going to just be a rattle trap for the life of it.... Maybe someone can educate me on true significance of this issue.

Rodgers is indeed an outstanding dealership and worth the ride. I met the tech who was riding around in the trunk to try and find the source of the rattle. He even had carpet burns on his elbows.
That's outstanding!
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Old 12-08-2013, 05:41 PM   #33
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wow. how did he get in the trunk? must have been a little twerp. lol
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Old 01-14-2014, 05:15 PM   #34
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He crammed in there and was a little on the shorter size. But not a small person by any means.

Anyway I have at least 4 new rattles. All of the seat belt retractors and a new one deep in the dash, the windows and headrest. I've owned over 20 cars and this one I dislike the most. It just hasn't been an enjoyable experience.

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He crammed in there and was a little on the shorter size. But not a small person by any means.

Anyway I have at least 4 new rattles. All of the seat belt retractors and a new one deep in the dash, the windows and headrest. I've owned over 20 cars and this one I dislike the most. It just hasn't been an enjoyable experience.

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I know we've interacted before but I'm very sorry to hear about these continued issues. Feel free to message me and I'll reach out to your dealer's Customer Experience Manager and let them know that you still have vehicle concerns. Here to help.

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