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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-01-2010, 06:33 PM Thread Starter
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So, with the Cobalt nearing its 36K mark I finally took it in to get some minor things replaced.....because I want to milk GM for everything I can get out of them. Well long story short, they resurfaced my rotors, ordered me a new shift boot and shift knob, a new steering wheel and anew drivers side seat cover as well. I also noticed some small "chips" in my steering wheel too, perhaps I could get a whole new steering wheel for the Balt next time I go in huh? lol But seriously, my Chevy dealer down here has been ridiculously awesome about me taking free stuff from them and I have nothin to complain about......yet. Just wanted to give everyone an update on the Balt, oh and my B&G's should be here soon!

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Totally forgot to add it above, they also replaced my drivers side rear window motor the other day and some weather stripping. Is it a normal thing for Cobalt's window mortors to go out? I rarely roll them down because in my old SVT Focus I was scared to, seeing as my passenger side window motor burnt out. lol

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Yeah, window motors are a common thing to go out on many vehicles.

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then i guess ill just never roll down my windows. hahaha

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Yeah, window motors are a common thing to go out on many vehicles.
Manual windows FTW..... lol
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looking kool with ur windows up 24/7 FTW

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^Agreed sir, agreed.

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post #7 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-08-2010, 06:44 AM
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haha, that's awesome you found a dealer to do that all for you. And I agree, window motors are a common thing to go out.

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Manual windows FTW..... lol
I disagree. Pushing a button to roll down the passenger window vs. killin' yourself leaning over to do it = priceless.
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^^^ I love my manual windows, but you do make a good point.

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Yeah, unfortunately, pushing a button is way cooler than turning a crank
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