Tell that to the bastards at GM. I had the GM rep finally come out to
"look" at the vehicle. He didn't even drive it. Just poured some shit in
the gas tank and claimed it was fixed.
The stupid thing was that the manager said "this is normal" when he gave me
a new suburban as a loaner while the GM rep was coming in to see it. The
suburban ran nice and quietly. When I brought it back we did a side by side
comparison and he acknowledged that my vehicle wasn't "normal" but said he
couldn't do anything about it. I then suggested we do an engine swap and
I'd stop complaining.
Getting stone walled. And no new engine yet...
Of course you are. You haven't done anything to prove to them you're serious.
Have you contacted a lawyer about filing a lemon law suit? Or if you have to
rely on arbitration, have you contacted the BBB yet?
I have the same problem with my 2002 Silverado, I contacted GM warranty
service and they offered me a free 6 year or 100,000 mile extended warranty
on this engine, excluding vehicles registered in California.
contact gm warranty
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