About a week when mine was done in Feb. But these days, who knows. Shipping industry is apparently a mess still.It's about 30-60 once they order it?
I've got a 22 with VIN ending in 3938 that just opened up.The latest VIN batch was released on August 3rd. They seem to be slowly changing the status to Open for them. as I didn't see any change on the 3rd, only today the 9th.
And there are still '17s, '18s, and '19s waiting with "Incomplete, remedy not available" from the first recall. GM you make it hard to love you.I've got a 22 with VIN ending in 3938 that just opened up.
I hope that's true, I think ours moved from "Remedy not available" to "Open" about 3 weeks ago.My status changed to open but dealer had no clue it changed and still hasn't ordered. They said they will check tomorrow. It's about 30-60 once they order it?
My '22 is ending 3132 - here's hoping it will be soon. Rebates are changing (Canada) so the price I will now pay is $1000 more than when I originally agreed to buy and placed my deposit. I wonder if the dealer will add a dealer discount to make up the difference?I've got a 22 with VIN ending in 3938 that just opened up.
Yeah mine switched to open on August 8th but I've asked the dealer about 6 times if they have ordered it and they just keep telling me they will check and call me the next day and they don't. I ended up calling the Chevy EV Concierge and they are going to check today to see if the battery was ordered or not.I hope that's true, I think ours moved from "Remedy not available" to "Open" about 3 weeks ago.
Thank youNegative. The dealership can in their SNT order page. Us as customers can not.
Are they all EUV'sLooks like another batch of dealer vehicles just flipped to 'open' yesterday.
Including mine, an N4113 VIN!
At my dealership in Vancouver, 3 out of 8 vehicles just became eligible for new batteries, and oddly enough they are the highest VIN numbers (latest build dates). Seems a bit random.
So for those still waiting, take heart: your number could come up any day.
I'm envious. My battery arrived two weeks ago along with several others and I still have no good info on when it might be installed. The dealership has only one EV technician and he is doing triage, balancing routine EV warranty/service work and replacing batteries on the remaining 10 2022 Bolts on the lot waiting for the swap.Timeline for my new/unsold dealer stock.
Moved to Open - 8/15
Battery ordered - 8/16
Battery arrived at dealer - 8/25
Now we see how long until it gets installed. The dealer estimates Monday it should be ready.
Wow my dealer only has two bolts on their lot and mine was the only one that became eligible. It's also their first one to replace. Not sure if I should be worried that it's their first one.My sales guy says based on how the batteries are stacked, my VIN should be either the 3rd or the 6th to get a new battery. Using what I've been able to glean from the batteries the tech has been able to replace the past two weeks (5), I'm guessing it will be two to four weeks until mine is done. Sheesh....
Read this post in the Recall Summary and Timeline thread - it covers the main issues people have experienced with a battery replacement:Wow my dealer only has two bolts on their lot and mine was the only one that became eligible. It's also their first one to replace. Not sure if I should be worried that it's their first one.
7 out of 8 are EUVs, mix of LT and premier. The lone EV just switched to 'open' along with 2 LT EUVs.Are they all EUV's
I think one of them is mine!!?? It now just says "INCOMPLETE" instead of "INCOMPLETE, REMEDY NOT AVAILABLE".Looks like another 29 22 EUVs became eligible today!