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An "on going" automotive manufacturer has a legal obligation to maintain a parts supply for a specific length of time after the vehical has been manufactured. Going through bankruptcy could release them of that obligation. However, I would think they would want to make good with their customers if they want to keep them around.
I just had an issue with a tulip panel cracked by the dealer . The part was on national backorder with GM (whatever that means). This forum hooked me up with ICS. The dealer refused to deal with ICS. I sent an email to the GM regional service manager and within 15 minutes of pressing the enter key, I received a phone call from the service manager at the dealership that they will deal with ICS and have my part in a week. I think GM wants to help us out, but they are buried in issues that will take some time to work out. We need to keep letting them know that we are still out here. Maybe we should hold a Kappa gathering at the GM headquarters in Detroit.
Silver Graphite, Factory Loaded, Manual Transmission, JPM Console & Seatbelt Loops, "Wind Restrictor", Sprint Booster (Adjustable)
Solo Cat & Mach exhaust, DDM Intercooler piping, Backbone & ProBeam, GMPP Tune.