I know it’s an expensive failure, and very upsetting if you’re unlucky enough to have it happen to you, but I can assure you it’s not as common as you would think. You need to keep in mind, the posts on forums like this one are only from (rightly) upset owners. I’m sure that the failure percentage is actually lower than the internet would like you to believe.
On another note, I personally hope there is no special policy or campaign regarding the injection pump, if there is I’ll not be able to afford to feed my family anymore, the labor time was cut by more than in half for the injection pump replacement, and the procedure we have to follow if the pump fails with metal debris in the system, we get just over 12 hours to do a repair that to do correctly can take nearly 25 hours.
So that means GM is still charging an arm and a leg and doing a half assed repair?
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