I bought the car used from Hertz car
sales(it was a rental car)with 28,000
miles on it.
Now the car has 65,000 miles on it.
Last week the check engine light came
on and I took it in to be looked at.
They had to replace the intake manifold
gasket, the #1 fuel injector and the #1
spark plug. All of this cost me over
$700. The only other problem I have
had with the car is warped front break
I am not sure if I will buy another GM
car. The quality has improved in the
last 10 years. I do not expect a car
with 65,000 on it to need the extensive
work that mine just had.
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