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UAW Strike impacting anyone else?

ChopperChopper Posts: 1,215 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Bye week so I thought I would start one thread not about Brock Bowers' ankle.

I bought a new car 3 weeks ago. GM. Expensive. Drove it for 8 days. 2 days after selling my previous car the check engine light comes on on the new car. Nothing terminal, needs a $200 part that is of course covered under warranty that takes 30 minutes to install but they need to get it from Michigan. Service Manager at dealer informs me that he can see that they have pulled the part off the shelf, boxed it, and put shipping label on it. I am then informed that the person who is supposed to put the box on a truck is a union job. No part. No end in sight. Will not ship until strike is over apparently. Really ticked off on this one. Anybody else dealing with fallout from this? Ideas?



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