I can understand your concern with your situation. I would have to agree with ls973800 about the warranty information he has provided to you. If the technicians diagnose this as something that will fall under the Powertrain warranty you should be covered. However, you will want to find out the expiration date of the Powertrain warranty. It seems that you are good with the mileage, but you might be out on time frame. If you are out by time frame, find out how long ago it expired.cjozwiak said:No other lights are having problems.... Dealer said that it would cost me 400 - 600 just to look at it to see if they could find the problem. I said forget it. Once in a while I get to see what it says. lol
Now, I'm driving yesterday and the car says to turn off the stab/trak... It wasn't on. Then it say that I need to change my oil... Was not needed...then it says engine power low... Then it says car is over heating. All within 5 min. I had a hard time trying to keep it running so that I could get off the road. Car was jerking REALLY bad. What next? Of course its out of warranty, just over 60K. Had AAA tow it to Chev. dealer. Worried its gonna cost a fortune.
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