General Motors / recall "notice"
Recently my 2011 Impala died on the highway while my daughter was driving a pretty scary situation for her. We had the car towed to a local shop where we have repairs. We had the car fixed and the issue was a bad gas pedal/sensor. I was out of town and did not put two and two together that I had received two letters in 2015. One talked about a broken solder connection with the pedal sensor and the other about the throttle position sensor.
Both Letters in BIG BOLD UNDERLINED statements said. "Do not take your vehicle to your Chevrolet dealer as a result of this letter unless you believe that your vehicle has the condition described above"
Well a call dying on the highway is hardly listed as a symptom. I filled out the reimbursement forms and was denied reimbursement. They would not even cover the GM parts used to fix the car. Unbelievable the total charge was $241.92. I did not ask them to pay towing.
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