So you have to take your car to the dealer for a recall.
What are your feelings about them doing an MPI (Multi-Point Inspection) for free or otherwise while your car is at the shop? There are plenty of shop managers who are making it a requirement for the technicians to perform these inspections, (unpaid for the time that they take) in order to of course drive up sales and supposedly offset the poor compensation that the technician as well as the dealership typically get for doing the recall. In the trade you will find two highly opposed perspectives with management and techs who thrive on just doing services on one side (Pro MPI's) and techs who genuinely make their career focus to be fixing the broken cars (Against the practice) on the other. As you consider this shouldn't the techs really be compensated fairly for just attending to your needs in the first place without having to find additional work?