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<LI>Maintenance services and parts (refer to coverage agreement)
<LI>Components not installed by the vehicle manufacturer
<LI>Body panels and parts
<LI>Convertible or vinyl tops
<LI>Molding or bright metal
Every other part is covered!</LI>[/list]</TD>
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<LI>Air and water leaks
<LI>Contaminated fuel system
<LI>Spark plugs and wires
<LI>Manual clutch disc </LI>[/list]</TD></TR></T></TABLE></TD></TR></T></TABLE>
Sid is right, GMPP probably is the best warr out there for GM cars, they might not have the longest terms or whatever. But they are the most trouble free people for us to deal with.. often times things get approved with out hassles
We had the GMPP on our 99 Tahoe, and the seat heater in the passenger seat quit working. When I took it in they told me Upholstery was not covered. I went to the Credit Manager that sold me the GMPP, he made a phone call, and was told the electric seat heaters were in fact covered. The service manager submitted it as defective Upholstrey, not defective electrical. It turned out the service manager didn't take the time to look it up before he submitted the request. So if they say something isn't covered make sure they submittted it the proper way!!!!
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