^ That's OK. I was just wondering if this was going to be something that will be decently easy for the end-consumer to access and service (like other fuses), or if will always require a trip to the dealership, for those who are less inclined or skilled.Brien said:Sorry, I didn't see your post until I already left.
^ That's certainly a valid concern, however, in the vast majority of cases we've seen in various Subaru hobbyist communities, such retaliation has not been the case. Subaru Corporate typically "sets them right."subbus said:I do not want to upset the dealer by complaining. I want them to do it right and be done with it. I do not want them to retaliate by doing sloppy work.
I received no call from the manager. They do not care.subbus said:...continuing.....Well, I filled out a web form on the dealer web site asking if the parts are there. I got an email in next couple of days that the parts are there.
I could just make an appointment online but decided to call. Sure enough the parts are not there and will take Subaru about 30 days to get the parts to the dealerships.
Pissed, I asked to speak with a service manager. They were all busy so I left a short phone message.
Did anybody got their LEDs replaced?
That is why the fuse is installed. The fuse blows, LEDs stop working, but no fire.LORE BECA said:This is a patch and not a fix obviously. If a fire occurs, then Subaru will wish they fixed the issues.