I am glad to see that your concern has been resolved. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly. Thank you in advance.jasonanh said:Back here again to vent!!! Took the wifes car in AGAIN last Friday for THE SAME ISSUES AGAIN, this time with addition of a check engine light. Talked to dealership on Saturday, and like some other posts I have read online, the Camshaft Position Sensor is causing the light to come on along with some codes indicating there is a timing issue. Dont know when we will get the car back. SOOOO, I have now replaced the brake fluid sensor, the brake master cylinder and will now have to have the engine torn apart so they can "FIX" the problem. This car is such a piece of junk, I dont care what a dealer will give me for it, I am getting rid of it. I cant belive that a car that I spent $35,000 on has all of these issues. And of course GM will do nothing about it. At least the car is still under power train warranty so the work will be covered, but that's not the point. There is no reliability in this car at all. There is no joy in driving it at all when all you can think about is how long till the next light comes on. Hello Ford and Dodge, here I come.
He wont because he's getting rid of it!GM Customer Service said:I am glad to see that your concern has been resolved. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me directly. Thank you in advance.
Tricia, GM Customer Service.
That price does'nt seem out of line for the dealer, parts and labor. I dont know why the CEL would come on for a brake issue thoughDeYanko said:Just got back from the dealer with the the Service traction control and stabiltrak and brake system and ck engine light. I currently get the warning messages and lights when I am on an on-ramp or off-ramp........ I was told the I need new front brake pads installed because they are worn to the point that the level of fluid is low because of them?????? Total $273.90, $129.95 for pads and I guess the rest is for turning the rotors and labor. Does that sound correct?
No offence or harm intended, but this really all depends on your skill set and the tools you have at your disposal.Shawn said:First noticed at about 103K...after a few trial and error things, finally got it back in at 106K and GM said no dice on covering any of it. I let them put in the tranny since they already had it partially torn down.
Now I'm stuck on the this CPS issue...$2800 seems crazy if it's a simple job. I can do the work if it's as simple as finding and replacing them.
Anyone have a skematic of where they located on the block?