It is not good to have a massive key chain on those kinds of cars, but GM knowingly cheapened the internals of that switch to save pennies, and that is why they were failing. Yes, use a light key chain, but it still may fail, just slower, or if you bang your keys with your knee accidentally, or whatnot... cheap part = problems.
Why the heck would you defend this? The company screwed up... Actually, it's kind of amazing to me that there is anyone who is fanatically pro-GM... giant boring automotive blandmobile producer mooching off the public purse to stay in business and killing off anything unique or innovative in the process... what is there to like about this brand? sure some of the cars are ok, but nothing I can get excited about, but maybe that is just me...
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all my fault!, Snowmobile, Tue, 12 Dec 2017 17:50:29
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