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If your car has less than 36K miles then radio problems are definitely covered under the B2B warranty. Create an owner account at https://my.chevrolet.com and add your car to your account. This will tell you the warranty status on the car. If it's still under B2B then take it back (assuming it's a Chevy dealership) and tell them to fix the problem. If they don't get our Chevy Customer Care reps involved (use ours, not the call center in the owners manual). The other option if you don't want to deal with this dealership is to find a different Chevy dealership. If you don't have a Chevy dealership in the area go find a Buick or other GM dealership - they can do warranty work when there are no Chevy dealerships in the area (I think 50 miles is the range).
 

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I bought it from a GM dealership (that I absolutely despise - another story), but there is a Chevy Dealership just down the road. So it does not matter which dealership I go to? Will they continue with the free oil changes etc as well?

Thanks for the tips, I will open an account tomorrow.
All Chevy dealerships are supposed to cover GM warranties. As for the free oil changes you need to look at the purchase agreement. If the oil changes are from GM then they will move. If from the selling dealership then only that dealership will do them. I definitely wouldn't let free oil changes impact your decision.
 
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