Date: Fri, 10 Sep 1999 12:51:39 GMT
Subject: Re: 9-3 Vent Selector Gripe

In article <>, Michael Gabriel <> wrote: > The result: twice now the dial and/or mechanism inside broke and I'm >off to the dealer for a few hours after waiting for a week for the >parts to come in. First off - are you using to much muscle on it? Second, why sit at a dealers for two hours? Let them know you are too busy for that. >The dealer said that Saab "engineers" were looking into it. > Uh-huh... Well.....ask him about it, ask him who to contact and let your voice be heard. > I know it's a trivial thing on one hand, but the time wasted in >waiting for the parts and then time off from my busy schedule to sit at >the dealership and wait for them to fix something that shouldn't have >even broken is pretty annoying. That's how it goes sometimes and it really isn't worth getting all upset about in my opinion. It could be worse. > but maybe Saab (or any car dealer) should consider paying penalties to >the car owners who are inconvenienced by nuisances caused by poor >design. Oh cripes! I can see it now, maybe Doctors should do the same thing when they leave you sitting in their waiting room for an hour?? >I wonder how much more thought would go into car engineering then! That's the wrong attitude to me, nothing is perfect no matter how much it costs. Sent via Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

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