... and the media will pounce on this with breathless headlines like:kabalah70 said:I am guessing so by reference of how they plan on fixing it for cars in the field, for which I have a simple answer. You send the parts and instructions to all the dealers. Once they are ready to execute. You send and e-mail, call the owner, etc and let them know "Hey, we have discovered an issue regarding the washer fluid reservoir vent line that may make filling it very difficult and messy, please call and schedule with your local Fisker dealer to have this issue fixed with a simple 10 minute procedure."
FISKER'S THIRD RECALL IN TWO MONTHS TO FIX A POTENTIALLY DAMAGING LEAK IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT. SOLYNDRA! SOLYNDRA! SOLYNDRA! (Obama is the devil)
Sorry, but the preposterous media reaction to the relatively benign issues early owners have faced makes me itch.
(p.s. I know that "benign" doesn't mean "not frustrating" )