The spark plug wires started going bad
at about 20K miles. At about 40K and 5
trips to the shop they were all
replaced. After a recall notice i
waited for another 1 to go bad. So i
had the dealership replace all 6 wires.
After going in 6 times chevy has
replaced all the wires twice. It didn't
cost anything but, after 6 trips i got
If you have to pay to have the wires
replaced on the Z34 it costs a lot
because they have to take the intake
off to get to the back 3 wires.
Another problem is the alterator. It
went bad at 51K and agian at 104K. It
is under the engine. So it gets hit
with dirt and goes bad. Only a shop can
replace it. The engine has to be lowed
to replace it.
Radio buttons on the steeling wheel.
If chevy would have spent a little bit
more money on spark plug wires to begin
with, they would have saved themselves
hundreds of dollars in the long run.
The space provided in the review
section was not enough to list all the
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