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As a follow up - transmission seals replaced. In addition, replacement of leaking water pump and something else re. the radiator. Well over $2000 in repairs outside of warranty. Car back in the garage within a week. Rough and high rpm idle and hesitancy in finding correct gear and no response when demanding increase of speed. All they found was that the motor mount or something wasn't properly seated. WTH? Back in the car for 3 days, one other occurrence with what I describe as 'looking for the right gear' - my car is not the same. I'm now told that I'm more in-tune with my car. I call BS! I did a lot of research and put a lot of thought behind this purchase. I haven't had a Chevy since 1980, which I insisted would be the last one I would ever own! (It was that bad!) My love affair with this car now lacks luster from how it was when I posted twice before on this car. They may have lost me for good.Report it
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