2021 LT AWD
You would think this would be treated as a recall/replacement situation and they would contact owners.
They probably will very soon, but that doesn't mean they have enough jacks to cover every vehicle that came with the plastic jack. You could go on the Chevrolet app, enter your VIN and then show the information to your dealership and ask for a replacement jack.You would think this would be treated as a recall/replacement situation and they would contact owners.
I hope so but I notice that the recall doesn’t specifically state that it’s metal all it says is “Dealers will replace the recalled jack with a jack with a different design.” I’d like to think that GM has learned their lesson and will go back to equipping the cars with a standard steel jack. When someone does get the replacement it’d be good to post some pics.I assume replacing with a metal one.
They don't have replacement jacks yet. If you take it in they will remove your plastic jack and notify you when the metal replacement jack is available.There is a recall out now on their jacks. I just got the alert 2 days ago but haven't gone in yet for a replacement.
I was thinking the same thing. They also used an impact wrench, which was inappropriate and could have damaged the mechanism.Still scary and needs to be metal but that was lifting what appears to be a much bigger vehicle and lifted fronm the diff which there it is holding more weight then if just on point of front or back left or right.