Way to go Chip, not just tracking and sharing information to resolve problems, but also directly solving them! Go Chip!
See thats the thing, my seat is all the way back, my forearm lays where the dimples are, they were there at delivery with 3 miles on the odometer. Unfortunately I had it shipped on an enclosed trailer from an out of state dealer I purchased at.As will many people who put their elbow there. I know I will.
Oops, that is not good. I don't know what to say to try to help. I hope you can get this looked at from a dealership local to you. Also, the longer you wait, the less likely they are to correct it as a warranty claim. Good luck.See thats the thing, my seat is all the way back, my forearm lays where the dimples are, they were there at delivery with 3 miles on the odometer. Unfortunately I had it shipped on an enclosed trailer from an out of state dealer I purchased at.
I'm going to have to try this myself, will this solve the problem long term you think? Or will this be something I have to do every so often? After reading this thread I noticed when I'm messing with any dash controls I rest my elbow there so that's definitely from me. To the few peoples point earlier in the thread, seems silly that a brand new car has a center armrest area that wont withstand someones arm laying on it with very little pressure. Seems as if the padding underneath may not be consistent. Hopefully this isn't the case for all of them and some may just have a faulty lid.Just don't get the heat source too close for too long and you should be golden! Also, make sure to keep the work area damp.
Those are excellent questions! For those with the dimples, are they in 1LT, 2LT, or 3LT, and, if not 1LT (always black), then what color is the interior?Which interiors are the dimples showing up? I'm curious if this is related to all the interiors or is it related to which leather interior a car is equipped with?