Complaint: In July, 2001 I purchased a 2001 Chevy Blazer. In January 2006 the vehicle’s Driver’s side seat belt would no longer buckle. I contacted GM approximately 22 times via email asking for their assistance repairing this safDespite my patience and willingness to cooperate with Chevrolet to find a solution to my broken seat belt, there has not been a reasonable solution to my situation. I have sent Chevrolet two letters via US Certified Mail. I continue to drive without a working seat belt despite my on-going requests for for emergency assistance from GM. My life and well-being are at risk due to GM’s lack of concern. My vehicle’s warranty does not end on the calendar until July, 2006. I have repeatedly told GM I am disabled and suffering from a terminal illness. I am dependent on Social Security and Disability benefits. I cannot afford to fix a defective seat belt. That is the responsibility of the manufacturer. I’m NOT asking for something mundane like the radio or Air Cond. to be fixed. THIS IS THE DRIVER’S SIDE SEAT BELT THAT GM ABSOLUTELY REFUSES TO REPAIR> Ron Renton, WashingtonU.S.A.
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