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#619 of 716 Brake repair costed me $2146.58 dollars
Jan 06, 2012 (7:28 pm)
Took my 2005 Chevy Colorado in for a 50,000 mile oil change. Car has 52,332 miles. Ended up with a $2146.58 repair bill. They said front brakes had corrison and broke? Asked for a detailed bill and the bill is all in codes. Here is an example of the
; Replace Ft Pads and Rotors
M Replaced ft pads and rotors and rh ft sensor
(broken upon removal)
2875 CTC5 $571.20
2 19288572 PAD KIT $85.90 56.66 113.98
2 19241830 ROTOR $64.99 64.99 129.98
1 15176998 SENSOR $107.14 107.14 107..14
Thats just an example, the bill has many more weird things and services including to replace fuel cap0 and the vent valve $179.20 for ctc5, $33 for cap, another $232.88 for f-valve.
p0449, p0445 scan code. They said they discovered vent valve shorted and gas cap leaking?
In total they hit me up for $1160.68 in labor charges, another $836.14 for parts. for a please pay total amount of $2146.58. This just seems out of control. Can anyone please just give me an idea if any of this sounds accurate or if I got taken hard. The car went into the shop at 1pm thursday and they said they finished it and let me pick it up at 5:00pm friday. So car was only in shop for a total of 28 hours. PLace is only open til 5pm. So they were not working on the car for 28 hours straight. How do they come up with $1160 for labor? Any help or input in the matter would be greatly apprieciated. Thank you
#620 of 716 Re: Brake repair costed me $2146.58 dollars [coloradobrakes]
Jan 07, 2012 (5:30 am)
I usually get kissed when I get screwed like that! A little dinner maybe some wine, cheap talk, You know I like to play hard to get first! BaHahaha!!! Yah bud all of us who bought a Colorado got really screwed! Thats why I just all out gave up on it and sold it while it was still worth something! I am so pissed at GM for the first time in my life I buy a truck for almost 30k and it was nothing but problems! My advise to you is to get that thing running right and walk away as fast as you can!
#621 of 716 Re: Check Engine light on for the AES? [gmcustsvcsarah]
Jan 12, 2012 (2:29 pm)
My dad bought his 2004 colorado 3.5 4x4 new from Valley Chevrolet in Wilkes-barre, PA. He has been having a misfire issue, also throwing codes. He had it to the dealer but it did not throw a code for them. It idled rough but said since no code was thrown, they could not diagnose. Truck had approx 60K on it. Now it has just over 80k and he had it to local garage. They swapped coil and problem stayed with cyl 2 i believe. The plugs were changed and several tanks of fuel were through it. He doesn't have the recepit from his vist to the dealer, but does the dealer have to honor warranty since it was in there previously for same issue?
We just saw all the issues others are having concerning the exhaust valves and seals.
Mike Szewczyk on behalf of Joe Szewczyk
#622 of 716 Re: Check Engine light on for the AES? [msz40]
Jan 13, 2012 (7:35 am)
Good morning, Mike,
This is a very good and fair question. For the 2004 model year, Chevrolet vehicles had the Bumper to Bumper Limited Warranty for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles that the vehicle was in service. The Powertrain Limited Warranty wasn't applied to Chevrolets (and other brands) until model year 2007. As the vehicle was out of warranty on mileage at the initial visit, and presumably time, a warranty repair isn't likely. I know this isn't necessarily the answer you were hoping to hear, and I apologize.
However, if work were to be performed at one of our dealerships, or if parts were to be purchased from us for repair elsewhere, there are warranties that would come into effect. If you would like more information on that, please let me know!
All the best,
GM Customer Service
#623 of 716 Re: no-start phantom phenomenon [gmcustsvcsarah]
Jan 14, 2012 (6:44 pm)
I Have a 2005 GMC Canyon, Love the truck over all however I Have a Reduce power fault and a Traction control fault light coming on. I am told it is my PCM, I was also told that Part is covered under warranty for 8 years or 80,000 miles is that correct?
Thank you in advance
#624 of 716 Re: no-start phantom phenomenon [pammieispam]
Jan 16, 2012 (5:51 am)
Good morning Pam,
The Federal Emission Performance Warranty on a 2005 GMC is contingent upon whether or not an EPA-approved inspection and maintenance inspection is enforced in your area. We would be happy to check into the coverage on your vehicle (sometimes can depend upon where the vehicle was originally sold) if you were to send us an email with the last 8 digits of your VIN.
GM Customer Service
#625 of 716 Re: Check Engine light on for the AES? [msz40]
Feb 05, 2012 (11:46 am)
Had similair issues. Traced it to the throttle body. What I learned is the Colorado intake system is very sensitive to any kind of debris build up in the throttle body. Now I just repace the throttle body every 50K miles and it seems to take care of that and other issues. Part is about $280. Make sure to buy a new "o" ring gasket for it.
#626 of 716 Re: Check Engine light on for the AES? [john04colorado]
Feb 06, 2012 (5:57 am)
This is great information, john04colorado, and I'm glad that you found a solution for your vehicle! Thanks for the post - hopefully it's useful to other members of the community.
GM Customer Service
#627 of 716 2004 GMC Canyon 4x4 "Reduced Power" setting code P0601
Feb 06, 2012 (8:49 am)
I am new to the forums. My canyon started this saturday afternoon. Let it cool down drive a quarter mile and the same thing happens. Each time I cleared the code using OBDII and let it set. Eventually the canyon returned home powered by a flatbed with $190. The dealerships can't connect to the recall database provided by GM until 13 Feb. With two people who work and only one GMC running, I need help and/or advice.