Maybe they are fixing other things, like the heat shield, etc.
Maybe the car is just sitting there most of the time. I can't imagine they have been working on it the whole time. Maybe 6.15 will be out by the time I get out back?kabalah70 said:Maybe they are fixing other things, like the heat shield, etc.
They said mine could be in port for 3-4 weeks for the updates but I imagine they have a few hundred cars to do there. Possibly they're training a tech to perform the updates while the car sits.Sigurd said:My car has now been at Frank Kent Fisker in Ft. Worth, Texas for 2.5 weeks. They picked it up for the battery recall and software updates, etc. It went in around 7am on January 16th and is still there. So, I was wondering how long everybody else's recall/repair has taken. I imagine Brian has the record, but I might be getting close. Maybe I have the record now?
So far I'd say it's been fine with Sewell. They found really great financing with Chase (2.1%). The showroom is in Plano so it's about 8 miles or so from me. When I finally take delivery we'll see how service after the sale is. Sewell has always been great with service on my Escalade.Sigurd said:BillyO, did you get your car from Sewell? If so, how has your experience been so far? I live in Cedar Hill and work downtown Dallas so maybe it would make more sense for me to bring my car for service there.
Can you tell if it is the back seat or behind the back seat? That is where the inverters and gas tank are located.brian said:They fixed my hood alignment and attempted to fix the creaking/rattle from the back seat. I fear they may have only made the creaking it worse tho.