call the parts department of the local GM dealer
Follow-up: Cat Conv also needed to be replaced. Remember, by law, emmisions components are covered to 80,000 miles on all cars. Problems resolved.The intake (INT) and exhaust (EXH) sensors are both located side-by-side on the top passenger side of the engine, under the plastic cover.
Replacing the intake sensor eliminated the hard shifting on our 2.4L 2006 G6. Still have a lack of power, though. Engine light is back on, so I need to check codes again to determine next step. Perhaps the exhaust sensor is faulty, as well.
Replacing one of these sensors is a 5 minute job.
whats this?Follow-up: Cat Conv also needed to be replaced. Remember, by law, emmisions components are covered to 80,000 miles on all cars. Problems resolved.
The power train warranty from 2007-2009 include this. 5 year 100KIt's been awhile, but we had to replace several things to get the car going back to normal again. We replaced both cam sensors, and that didn't fix it! We then took it to the dealer and found out that both the injectors and the catalytic converter were bad. The mechanic told me it was common on these that the injectors clog up and go bad and then make the catalytic converter go bad as well. The injectors were no longer under warranty, but the catalytic converter was. The dealer said they would do it all for free though since it was a known issue with GM. They also replaced my intermediate steering shaft for the SECOND time even though the warranty was up on it. I've had SO many issues with this car before 50,000 miles it isn't even funny!
The power train warranty from 2007-2009 include this. 5 year 100K
1) The entire pressurized fuel system (in-tank fuel pump, lines, fuel rail, injectors and return line.
Not included for 2010, your dealer is BSing you.
Here is where I got it. Both are good reads.It says right in my owner's manual that the power train warranty is only 5 year, 60,000 miles...and that's what two dealers have told me. Though, I didn't know that the injectors were covered under power train...so apparently they were still covered and they were BSing me...because the car only had like 49,000 when we had this done.
Just out of curiosity where did you find this 100,000 mile warranty info? Only doubting it because, like I said, my manual clearly only says 60,000 for power train.
Your right, I go 2 about 10 auto forums each day, keep up on all the stuff.Yes, I understand and use Google daily, thanks. My point was my owner's manual that came with the car said 60,000 miles. How was I to know that GM changed it? That isn't something that I would have just though of. haha.