I have an appointment with the dealer but I want to make sure I show up armed with all the data in case they say "not covered by voltec warranty" This is my first Chevy in about 20 years so I don't know how the dealers are here.What more can you do but take it to the local dealer?
Is there more than one on your island?
It may, or may not, require special tools. A service manual would talk about that.
If you don't have solar at your home, you are living where electric costs are very high and an EV is not always as cheap to drive.
Yes I'm only at 80k so I think it's still covered. What part of Kailua were you at? I live over by KalamasWelcome to the forum! We just returned to Texas after spending about 2-1/2 months in Kailua (getting my late father's house cleaned out and on the market). There was a red Gen 1 Volt a few houses up the street that was charging from Solar panels on the roof.
You will find plenty of information on that stator bearing issue by searching the forums here. I think it should still be covered by the 8-year 100k mile Voltec warranty.