When this first came up I checked mine. I had just a shiny spot where they had rubbed but no metal damage. I just took a rubber hose and slid that over it and taped it down. It's at least temporary until I can see if the dealer gets a nice hose clip in to fix it - but I'm betting the hose is sturdier.
Don't forget to to the hose behind the glove for the A/C while you are at it, they cause a rattle when they touch.
I went to get mine fixed as well an they told me pretty much the same thing. My vin wasn't listed as in needing the fix when it does lol. They said I could go ahead an get it reprogrammed for the no start issue some people have which I declined
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