After buying this as a certified car
from a GM Dealer it has practically
fallen apart. Thank god for the
extended warranty we bought. It has
covered $500 in electrical work and
$680 for replacement of a water pump.
Yes, replacing the water pump cost $780
because of the amount of labor it takes
to work on the Olds engine stuffed into
the engine compartment.
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