I picked it up a week later. It was PDI'd during that time. Allegedly....
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@ks like a nice bike there too !
Like another mentioned, the sports bar and lighting and possibly a few other options are dealer installed. So the zip tie thing, extra bolts, screws etc are all things that the dealer prep should have caught. The same goes for the windshield washer hose.
Someone at the dealer did not do their job completely.
Should have taken some pics as you found theses things, taken back to to dealer and showed both the sales manager and service manager what you found. Might have gotten them to throw in some perks plus whoever did the truck prep job would get "encouraged" to do it right.
On the other hand, most dealers now pay dealer techs "per job" and PDI is one of the lowest paid operations a tech gets. Techs used to get a low hourly rate for their time being there and then additional for the job being done. Not making excuse for them, but maybe something needs to change in this. The pay for doing a PDI is one of the lowest at a dealer probably only undercut by the pay for doing the "free' oil changes GM makes a dealer now do.
Talk about a disincentive. Paying a tech to do a time consuming PDI only a fixed small amount doesn't do much for pride in the job or employee family well being. Dealer service department jobs used to garner a decent wage and income. Sadly, not so much anymore.
I've known several dealer service people who now have moved on to other work simply because of this. And yet the service department often is where the majority of $$$$$ is made for the dealer.