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Old 02-27-2011, 10:17 AM   #61
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Just looked over my recently expired GM extended warranty (GM Protection Plan) and Major Gaurd would cover the oil lines. Are you sure you have a GM plan and / or what level of "protection" did you buy?

http://www.extendedgmwarranty.com/wa...y_choices.html
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according to this its not
and i never heard Major Gaurd, mhmmmm

http://www.gm.ca/gm/english/services...cts/total-plus

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Total 'Plus'
Your car, truck or van is a major investment and something you'll want to enjoy for years to come. Protect your vehicle, and likely enhance its value, with Total 'Plus', the premium and most comprehensive vehicle service contract from General Motors.

With Total 'Plus', virtually every component of your vehicle is covered in the event of mechanical failure beyond the warranty period - even if caused by Normal Wear.

Total 'Plus' protects you against unexpected financial expenses by covering parts and labour costs. If repairs are necessary, they can be taken care of conveniently through the largest repair network in North America.



Component Coverage
It'* as simple as this: If it'* not on the very short list of what'* not covered, it'* covered!

Parts not covered are all glass (including mirrors, heated windshields and rear windows with defroster), fog lamps, lenses, sealed beams, lamps, light bulbs, tires, wheels, trim, seat frames, convertible or vinyl top, moldings, weather-strips, bright metal, sheet metal, door hinges, body parts (including frame), bumpers, upholstery, carpet, paint, brake rotors and drums, shock absorbers, MacPherson strut assemblies (including upper mount and bearing), batteries, distributor cap and rotor, carburetor, manual clutch disc lining, pressure plate and bushings, pipes (with the exception of power steering, air conditioning and brake pipes), engine and transmission cooler lines/hoses, catalytic converter (which may be covered by Emission Control Systems Warranties) and exhaust system, and non-manufacturer installed accessories.

In addition, maintenance services and parts, corrections of air and water leaks, wind noise, squeaks and rattles as well as alignment of bumpers, sheet metal, body parts and glass are not covered.



Roadside Assistance
Total 'Plus' provides 24-hour-a-day roadside assistance anywhere in Canada and the United States by calling our toll-free number 1-800-268-6800 for:

Flat tire change
Towing
Battery jump
Locksmith / Key service
Out-of-gas fuel delivery
funny thing is when my car was left there over night i asked them for a rental or a courtesy vehicle and they said yes sure we can take care of that, they call me later said we arranged it for you and your total will be 40 a day for a malibu, im like shouldnt this be covered by you guys? they said no no we only arrange it. I'm printing this and taking it in tomorrow


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Total 'Plus' will pay the cost to rent a replacement vehicle or for public transportation (some limits apply) when:

Two or more manufacturer'* labour time guide hours are required for the repair, or
Your vehicle is not drivable and must be kept overnight
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There are like 3 levels of GMPP. Major Guard, Value Guard or Basic Guard.
Major Guard is pretty much 7/70 bumper to bumper and chiefly sold as an addition to a new car warranty. You need to figure out which plan you have and read the fine print. I am under the Major Guard since my OEM warranty expired.
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Here'* all the Warranty Agreements to figure which one you bought.

http://www.gmprotectionplan.com/agreements.html
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thats weird, mine says gm total plus, i dont see any gaurds lol
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maybe because your was extended while the factory warranty was on, mine wasnt, factory warranty was expired
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I think it'* more a North of the Border thing. But there are big differences between the three levels.
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oh i know theres a difference, you guys have your cooler lines covered! FML!! lol

but yeah maybe it is, because the ones you guys listed dont even exist here and viseversa
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so after getting my car back today for the FORTH time in a month from gm
the airpump was what caused the fire ( i still think they did something wrong)

so guess what! SES is on again, this is too funny lool

i hate emission
and i bet you god does too

24 kilometers after taking out, BANG! SES is on again! unreal

ever since they flashed my PCM my list got bigger, but mostly duplicated under different titles
im confused

[PCM] P0136 - HO2S Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 2 (SES) (Pending) (Old) (History) (Current) (Immature)
[PCM] P0137 - HO2S Circuit Low Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 2 (Immature)
[Unknown] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[Unknown] B1004 - Keep Alive Memory (KAM) (History) (Immature)
[Unknown] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[Unknown] C0663 - Level Control Exhaust Valve Circuit High (History) (Immature)
[HUD] B1004 - Keep Alive Memory (KAM) (History) (Immature)
[HUD] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[HUD] B1004 - Keep Alive Memory (KAM) (History) (Immature)
[HUD] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[Entertainment] B1004 - Keep Alive Memory (KAM) (History) (Immature)
[Entertainment] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[Entertainment] U1255 - Class 2 Communication Malfunction (History) (Current) (Immature)
[Personal Comm.] B2476 - Cellular Phone Select Service Switch Malfunction (History) (Immature)
[Convenience] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[Convenience] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
[Convenience] B1420 - (History) (Immature)
[Convenience] B1327 - Device Power Circuit Low (History) (Immature)
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