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|12-18-2014 10:55 AM|
|KevinE||Yes mine is a automatic. Since they did the work and changed the oil it hasn't done it again.|
|12-17-2014 06:08 PM|
|T3888MS||Is your car an Automatic ?|
|11-07-2014 10:33 PM|
Considering that the chain tension guide part that is used on the 5.7L is the same one used on the 6.4L during that timeframe up until 2012 before they switched to the newer part, I think they should include the 6.4L engine in the recall or at least incorporate an inspection plan into the regular maintenance schedule.
Better safe than sorry. All it take is one person to have a fatal accident from this.
|11-04-2014 08:38 PM|
Dang Rick, hate to hear that!
I'm SO glad that I bought the "bumper to bumper" lifetime extended warranty after hearing this.
|11-04-2014 09:07 AM|
|RNashCPA||Exactly what I had, and of course, out of warranty, so that $1,568 repair was on my watch!!!|
|11-04-2014 01:13 AM|
Government Motors has that beat.......took em about 7 years to admit that they had defective ignition switches!
|11-04-2014 12:20 AM|
|fxef79||Wait a minute. You had heater door motor problems, too? Lemme guess. The motor runs past the point at which it should have stopped and breaks the door? We noticed it right after getting the car back. It won't switch any more between interior and exterior air. Or am I describing something other than what you had?|
|11-03-2014 10:26 AM|
|salvy59||Don't mind me asking, what was the diagnoses on this A/C Heater door actuator motor problems knowing it was a problem just curious! thanks|
|11-03-2014 10:07 AM|
After holding in my own hands my broken parts at 55,320 miles, I too, would love to see pics of the 131,000 mile parts . . . please get these and post the pics. Good luck!! Rick
PS Now have over 72,000 on my 2010, no issues since repair, except for A/C Heater door actuator motor problems.
|10-25-2014 02:07 PM|
Agreed, that's a good thing. The problem isn't a problem anymore with the updated parts, so everyone can "move on", and it's nice for anyone interested to have an article like this.
Mistakes happen, just fix them. That's all that was ever wanted.
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