ChevyGuy· Premium Member
It's not a recall per se, but an advisory. Note that per the instructions, the dealer doesn't have to verify your complaint to replace it - your complaint should be sufficient. So they shouldn't give you any grief over that. But I'm sure they'll want to try and duplicate the issue just to make sure they don't give you back a still-broken car.The lady on the phone seemed rude and getting impatient when I mentioned the recall.
There's some anecdotal evidence from one member here that a bad ignition relay could also cause problems. It's a $10 part and very easy to change - cheap and easy enough that it would be my second choice before spending a lot of time in diagnosis beyond normal checkout.
And if the dealer does give you too much grief, there are other Chevy dealers. You're not duty bound to the one you bought it from.