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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-03-2018, 10:23 PM Thread Starter
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Happy 2018-with Recall/Lane Departure Problems

While I tend to hang out on the FB Volt Owners site, unfortunately my latest issue with my 2017 Volt has driven me mad to the point of seeking more potential console.

So, aside from a crappy nav system which GM won't upgrade and I'll be working on that Class Action soon, I loved my Volt. UNTIL GM did a recall in November for some no charge/stall/no start issue or something. All was thought to be well until I discovered that my Lane Departure feature took a dump. Where it was quite aggressive and proficient in reading the lane lines and keeping me in the lane, NOW it will wander frequently fail to notice the lanes (based on instrument panel indication), and then haphazardly wander well over the lane lines before meandering back into my lane. Doesn't seem to care if it's the right side or the left side, day or night, highly reflective painted lines or not, highway or street. SOOOOOO...before I have to take the ever so draining time of suing GM (AGAIN), might anyone have had this problem and already found a solution that they can share? It's already been to the dealer 2 times since the recall for it. They confirmed it crosses the line before reacting. I've got a case open with Chevy and they say that because there are no codes and all the cameras seem to be working, tough sh**. This is obviously not acceptable as I specifically sought a 2017 with this feature and have only had the car for a year and a half.

Unfortunately, as a resident of PA, I cannot lemon law them because I'm out by time, so I will have no choice but to take it straight to arbitration or court. But hopefully someone out there has a far easier fix because I love the car (aside from the fact that I now doubt it's function will "automatically" avoid any type of accident if it can't sense and react in a timely manner to highly reflective lane lines.

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Now happy 2019
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