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rascalmafia

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  1. I considered typing out several paragraphs to explain your misconception of many parts of this situation, but instead I'd suggest you familiarize yourself with what your warranty statement says, who is responsible for what, and what is covered. Since you probably won't, let me summarize it for you. Warranty is a legal obligation provided by the manufacturer to cover defects in workmanship and / or material for an established period of time / miles / hours. It is the responsibility of the dealership to prove the defect to the manufacturer in order to get paid for warranty claims. If you feel that strongly in your case, I'd use that brain of yours and consult with an attorney. As someone who deals this on a daily basis...good luck... Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  2. The best part is that with EGR installed, all of the soot that's recirculated will cling to everything coated in oil. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
  3. Why would GM pay for something that isn't their fault? If its contaminated fuel, then get the fuel sample and go back to the last place you bought fuel with a copy of the transaction. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
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