Correct, I did mean rear cover on my post. It's a habit, haha. I'm going to work on an update to the video in the near future. I found the labor times via "oil pump sprocket" regardless, the alldata times I reported are too low and it needs to be corrected on my video as well as the alldata labor time guide. thanks for the comments/updated info !
Alldata still shows the same labor time as I quoted. Warranty times were not posted at the time of my post and are up now. I'm assuming alldata will also update their times and I will update it in the future. That's a good list you made there, I see where it came from on service information, aside from the part numbers, thanks for researching that. That's a good help for everyone. Some special tools aren't required when replacing the front cover as a whole, as well. And my reasoning for just replacing the whole front cover is as you assumed, but that was outlined within the video itself.
right side, the paint is chipping, truck has 700 miles on it. left side there was some kind of repair done to it before it left on the train. I took delivery of it immediately off the truck. i think it got damaged while getting the bedliner and they made a poor attempt at repairing it. As for saying something, what do you mean? I felt I did. I also took it in for repair and had GM reps look at it and agreed it was a factory issue and the brand new truck bed will be repainted...in august, i guess.
As a tech, i have not seen one turbo issue nor have any other techs in this dealership. I do know the 20's had harness issues and I would assume that's a potential cause for these repeat/same code instances. Sorry to hear about your luck on this.
same ! HaHa, I like the noise. This will be the 3rd duramax to get this intake installed, it may be getting worn out now. Love the choice on the Corsa ! That's what i'm running on my Camaro !
Thanks ! i'm going to do the exhaust first since it's so quiet and a super small sound change. Then I will get the S&B intake on there. Will test with the side cover piece on and without. I know it's much louder with the side piece off and I wonder if it pulls a lot of hot air that way. Thinking on it now, If time permits, I will try to do a test with the stock intake pipe vs the full s&b pipe.
These intercooler pipes/hoses just came out and I grabbed them in hopes of dressing up the engine bay a little. Turns out, there was a little t be gained from these. Install was easy - spoiler alert - The K&N air filter swap killed any gains I had. Video here:
I have a set of Fog lights that I pulled from my 2021 Silverado before I traded it in. They are aftermarket and look pretty cool. I will give them to someone in Utah - Hand deliver / pickup - no shipping - I'm in Herriman. Visuals of them can be found in this video:
That's a pretty awesome fix you did there ! I had the issue and mine ended up being the backpressure valve - there was a bulletin on it and I swapped mine out. No more smell. (i'm a tech at a dealer, so I did it myself.)
Mine is a diesel, but the dual exhaust is very similar. My video shows quite a bit as to what you will see and need to do on yours.
****6/27/22 New info on parts and labor times - this video will be updated to provide more current info. *** 5/16/22 - With all of the negative talk and concern over this service at 150k miles for the duramax 3.0, I felt the need to figure out how much it really would cost. And of course, I put together a quick video. Here are the details as of 5/16/2022 Based on my math (numbers may vary depending on your area Labor $1095 Parts $ 200 GM Part Numbers Oil Pump Belt - 55493234 Oil Pump Sprocket Bolt - Coming Soon Rear Engine Cover - 55515618 RTV Sealant 19369831
Thanks ! It's the internet, gotta give and get !
Will do ! Will come back to seek your approval.
Bumper pieces removed ....
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