Please welcome new member Mattsvette to StingrayForums. I have merged his post into this thread to maintain continuity with this issue.
Before you bring it in, have a passenger video/audio tape the sound so that you can play it for your service manager.Thanks bjones! I'll do some forum searches. My fear is that I'll bring it in and they'll drive it for miles while being "unable to reproduce the problem".
Very frustrating. If you want to stay with this dealer, I suggest you politely go up the chain of command (service manager, general manager and if need be, the owner). I've had to do this twice (not with my Corvette) and both efforts were successful. The phrase "I would like to speak with your boss" has worked well for me.what a waste of time taking it to my dealer, tech drove car, tried to tell him 1500 RPM light throttle, in one ear out the other, kept blaming exhaust.
wanted him to listen to video/audio, no luck there either.
just brushed everything off as normal.
Told him about GM knowing the problem, got no where there either.
Wish I could get a hold of GM, I know I can go to a different dealer that may know something on 1500 WARBLE noise, why should I have to chase around to find
a dealer that knows what's going on.
I thought this dealer would know something as they do sell a lot of Vetts