Drivers who own or lease a 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV should be aware of the uptick in customer complaints regarding a wide array of electrical system issues. Reports of glitchy electrical systems and complaints about how long customers are waiting to receive the replacement battery under the current recall continue to flood in, with many customers expressing concern and frustration about these unnecessary delays.
According to the owner of a 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV, their car’s electrical system is very glitchy most of the time. Many Chevrolet customers have reported that the manufacturer has notified them of a safety recall requiring them to obtain a replacement battery. However, when they attempt to schedule an appointment with the dealership, they find that the dealerships do not have the replacement battery. What’s more, the dealerships are unable to provide an estimate as to when these batteries may become available. For now, many Chevrolet customers remain frustrated as they wait for these essential replacement parts.
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