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Apparently the Bolt's replacement

2023-06-14 17:05:02.76543+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Apparently the Bolt's replacement switches are on order from Lucas in the UK, so I'm waiting in the Chevy service waiting room hearing the sales guy explain to a customer that the first step in diagnosing their problem was to update firmware, but GM won't pay for that, just parts, and damn this is all a racket, huh?

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#Comment Re: Apparently the Bolt's replacement made: 2023-06-15 12:48:14.891394+02 by: stevesh

Not to mention the fact that Joseph Lucas has been known for decades as 'The Prince of Darkness'.

#Comment Re: Apparently the Bolt's replacement made: 2023-06-16 01:05:27.900093+02 by: Dan Lyke

Lucas as the OEM is just a guess, but the switch did seem to have two settings, "flicker" and "dim".

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