Get it aligned. Had that done recently on my Vette (same basic platform) because of a wear problem on a front tire. The tech made some large adjustments to the rear pair, hardly any on the front. Four wheel alignment and I'm not convinced they do that great a job at the factory.migsgig said:Has anyone let go of the steering wheel while driving and notice a gradual pull towards the right side? Curious to see if it's an alignment issue or Magnetic Ride Control related?!?!?
there are adjustments on that small window for the proper alignment.Nslootah said:Mine having the same noise, i v been talking with the dealer thay try to solve it too many time but still the same sound is thare you can see a gap between the small window and the weather strip this is where it's leaking air.
I would look for a dealer who can take care of that for you or esculate the problem higher up with GM. There is no excuse for not getting obvious problems fixed on a car we paid this much for!Nslootah said:Too many time i'v taken my car to the dealer no use i got use to it i will try to take a picture of it and you can see..
Caly - I don't put much of faith in GM dealers being able to handle anything but the most mundane tasks and recalls on the XLR. They're good at what they do, but special stuff - forget it. There is a whole cottage industy serving Corvette people because Mr. Goodwrench is just not very good with 'vettes. Better to find a good specialty shop. Here its Corvettes of Houston.harrysxlr said:Hi there,
Aviator, I know Texas pretty well, been a lot times all over and like it a lot.
Started most in Dallas went to Houston - San Anton - El Paso and back to Dallas.
forgot your capitol Austin.
I bought the Corsa-Indy exhaust for my Vette at CORVETTE of Dallas and had it shipped over. Today I saw Corsa is biulding now one for our XLR`s - hope some one over here soon puts one on his XLR and tell how it is!
Hi Aviator,aviator said:Caly - I don't put much of faith in GM dealers being able to handle anything but the most mundane tasks and recalls on the XLR. They're good at what they do, but special stuff - forget it. There is a whole cottage industy serving Corvette people because Mr. Goodwrench is just not very good with 'vettes. Better to find a good specialty shop. Here its Corvettes of Houston.
Harry, at seeing the news on the Corsa exhaust today, I'm scrambling around trying to make it happen. Will advise. I saw your posting of Germany's fuel and oil prices in another thread. I guess that's pretty typical in Europe. Does it make you feel better that the price difference is all about taxes? I was in Norway in Feb, and fuel prices are lower there.
Singapore takes the cake, however. They add 175% tax to the price of the car for starters. Then they make you bid on a COT (Certificate of Title) with can run $10K to $15K, and fuel prices there are roughly the same as Europe. They want to provide incentives for people to ride S'pores MRT rather than drive. I lived there back in the 90s.