GM part prices seem to be 2 - 3 times the going rate. Just think fuel filters for $45 and Allison tranny filters for $26. So take those injector prices and divide by 2.5.
Up to this point, there are very few engines that are out of warranty. So the actual injector price has not been an issue with most people. GM picks up the tab. As more approach the 5yr / 100k limit, the injector pricing will become a bigger issue. Like Mackin says, need to find another source besides GM for the injectors. People should be taking note of the pains that Captainmal went through. Paying $4-5K to get injectors replaced is ridiculous.Edited by: OC_DMAX
I agree. I sure hope my 2m cat filter keeps my injectors working properly for many years/miles to come. Having to spend more for injector replacement than I actually paid to upgrade to the diesel engine when I bought the truck is crazy. I have 4 more years of factory warranty left on the engine, so I am not too worried yet.
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