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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-30-2006, 03:00 PM
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I feel you on dealership service departments... at least they seem to acknowledge you have a problem.

Best of luck getting your vehicle repaired. You can try contacting GM/Cadillac custom assistance but you will likely come to the same opinion of their "assistance" that you have come to love from your dealer. It's worth a shot though, give them a call.

Each time I had my V in the shop they always seemed to give me a DeVille. I guess it was still a Cadillac at least.

2005 CTS-V - repurchased by GM as a lemon
2006 Corvette Coupe
1999 Corvette Fixed Roof Coupe

Install a wide band oxygen sensor in place of a stock sensor:

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