Question about 2006 GMC Envoy Xl
If you need to replace the lifters,how is the cam shaft?
I assume you went over the service bulletins, with the dealer, as well as extending warrantee on your issues.
Unless you just passed the mileage limit,I have heard of very few people getting any results from a Manufacturer. Not since the bail outs,they could care less.
The Dealer has met their franchise obligation,so don't get upset with them,they will not help you ,their just a large repair shop,working for themselves and major mfg's
If you could do your own work or have friend help out, that would keep the cost down.
What you have is 90% labor.
Back in the day,1960's,we would stay up all night,change a cam shaft and head to the diner ,then the drag strip, at sunrise.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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