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#11 of 16 Re: extended warranty [dolthoff]
Mar 09, 2008 (5:08 am)
Interesting, that sounds like the place to go to avoid the warranty haggle/ripoff. Also one could go to any GM dealer-Buick, Pontiac, GMC, etc., and purchase the warranty there as well.
#12 of 16 Extended Warranty & 60K Timing Belt change?
Jul 12, 2008 (11:02 am)
Does anyone know if the GM extended warranty covers the timing belt replacement at 60000 miles?
#13 of 16 Re: Extended Warranty & 60K Timing Belt change? [ai9w]
Jul 17, 2008 (7:17 am)
No, that is a normal maintenance item like any other brand of car.
#14 of 16 2006 Aveo powertrane warranty
Aug 30, 2010 (4:46 pm)
Does anyone know if the 2006 Aveo powertrane warranty covers the compressor for the air conditioning locking up? It is 5 year/ 60,000 miles and has about 31,000 to date. Compressor locks up, you cannot drive car, because the main belt controls about everything, concerning motor, and belt cannot turn.
#15 of 16 Re: extended warranty [grace4ever]
May 03, 2011 (2:38 pm)
where online did you get this warranty?
I have a 2008 Chevy Aveo that I just purchased used. it has 45K miles. I just talked with a 3rd party who offered me 5 yr/100,000 platinum warranty for $2975. Boy am I glad I did not say yes to that after looking on these forums.
I appreciate you letting me know where you found yours.
#16 of 16 Re: Extended Warranty & 60K Timing Belt change? [ai9w]
Jul 16, 2011 (10:53 pm)
This is considered required maintenance and must be done prior to hitting 60,000 miles, at your own cost. I have heard of timing belt breaking between the 30,000 miles required inspection and the 59,999 mile replacement point, if you are past 30k miles, I would just get both belts (2) changed, because if the timing belt breaks you are responsible for any damages to your engine at your own cost. It is not expensive to change two belts, and it is much better than having to pay for a new engine out of your own pocket.