And the car should not do this so I am not sure what the advisor's point was. Yes they put out a bulletin about possible pinched hands/fingers between the closing doors, but that is a far cry from expecting a person to watch out for two doors they made hitting each other.Sorry, I didnt mean to infer you said that. I meant that I dont really ask for much. Just a working car and that service goes above and beyond to correct the issue. However, in my case it doesnt feel that way....including when my advisor said that the chipped door could only have come about if my front door was open and the falcon wing was opening / closing.
When the door doesn't shut, what happens when you press the open/close door button again? Does it move at all?
I have an issue with one of the FWDs where sometimes it doesn't close (as if it detects some interference, but there are none). Just need to press the button again and it will close shut.
@lloyds , Any update? Is the current recalibration still working for you?Update...they only recallibrated the system (which is what they did the first time) which is a big disappointment for me. There is no consideration that this is the 2nd time that has happened and what I had to endure through the process. Im speaking with the manager to get parts replaced. This is absolutely unacceptable.