My wife might have !!! , but I asked her did she do it, and she said no , I noticed it this morning and no one has drove it for at least 24 HoursNot acceptable and warranty should cover it. If you already have a friendly relationship with your service Technician, would call them, then send them the picture during/after discussing it with that person. If you do not have a personal relationship already, you probably will have to take your car down to have them inspect it, then order you a new lid.
Above post is relevant too. Is this immediately after you have leaned on it with your elbow (if you have done that which I doubt), or after it has sat there for an hour or two?
My nine year old C6 Z06 has never had anything like this, nor have I observed it in any new StingRay.
That basically the same way I get in, Its hard not to . unless you crawl in to it on your hands and knees, lol.........If find when I "drop" into mine, I am using my elbow as a stopping device on the console. Mine is not showing dimples yet. My seat is all the way back so I'm hitting further back on the lid and I feel the lid top "give" a little each time I do it.
But my door pad haa a indention where my elbow rests.
My Dad would have said it was like going in a coal mine. LOL.That basically the same way I get in, Its hard not to . unless you crawl in to it on your hands and knees, lol.........
That's all there is around here in Southeastern KY. is coal mining , well what's left of it . My dad past away last year do to black lung ,he worked in the mines for 30 yearsMy Dad would have said it was like going in a coal mine. LOL.
He could run faster bent over in a 36 inch space than most people could standing up. I sure miss him.
Dad passed away from black lung, too. I grew up in Southeastern KY in the triangle between Prestonsburg, Pikeville and Hazard.That's all there is around here in Southeastern KY. is coal mining , well what's left of it . My dad past away last year do to black lung ,he worked in the mines for 30 years
Randy; Try this before you take it in, but don't overdo it. Take a damp clean cloth and dampen this area and then use a hair dryer on med heat and see if it will draw those dimples out. As I say, don't overdo it, and if you don't see any improvement early on in the effort let the dealer handle it.