Well, Bonnie is back in the stable, and I won't be driving her much as the warm weather is here. I should have asked them to save the old parts from the previous maintenance, but they did save the gasket and ring from the main seal where the tranny meets the engine block. It was so brittle, and in so many pieces, I'm not sure if it came off like that, they had to chip it off, or if they destroyed it to make their case. Either way, it was a bag of what looks like a half-full tube of Pringles after the tube had been dropped from two stories.
I am going to the local Community College to take some classes on advanced auto repair - I top out at changing brakes - that takes me all day, but I get it right
My daughter is going to inherit Bonnie someday (at least until she can get the Jeep she wants - LOL) and I want to know what'* going on with any car I own. I am spooked with the experience of how GM does business. This whole DexCool CA laswuit was a joke (I would have made $50 if I had filed), but would submit to my fellow GMsters. With an experience like this, excluding the dealership, would you buy GM again? They say this is a 200,000 mile engine, but at 70,000, it is acting like an engine held together with rubber bands and duct tape.