Yeah, call corporate and explain what is going on so they can TELL the dealer to take care of it. Either that, or go to another dealer...you know, one that wants repeat business.Figured out what was going on.
I accessed the dealer mode (which I couldn’t find out how to do online) by guessing buttons. FYI the button combination is: hold home+media then press tune several times.
that allowed me to access the steering angle sensor reading. It’s off by about 2.5 degrees. Nothing to be done accept for having the dealer recalibrate the sensor. They are giving me an attitude about it too.
Sometimes it can be hard to find the right dealership and create that trust with them. I’m glad you got the car fixed, though. If you need to do future warranty work you should look at a different dealership.Just to follow up on this. I went thought SOA and opened a case. I got a reply from them stating that they talked to the dealer, they trust them to do the work right, case was closed.
So pretty useless.
I ended up taking this to a alignment shop down the street and they sorted it out in 30 minutes for $70.
Im really happy I didnt end up buying the exteneded warrenty. What is the point if the dealer doing the work is a joke.
Don’t go back, ever! They’re out to get out. I can’t imagine who else they said that to other customers...Learning all this makes me more disappointed in the dealership. I was told explicitly that I had to bring the car in for service in order to maintain the warranty.
This is just one of the lies I caught them in. I really regret buying a car there.