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Old 12-31-2012, 10:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if the exhaust and intake solenoids are covered in the 5yr/100,000 mile warranty?
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Does anyone know if the exhaust and intake solenoids are covered in the 5yr/100,000 mile warranty?
This is an old post, but I also don't have an exact answer. The Camshaft Position Solenoids are covered, so I would guess that the intake and exhaust are as well.
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Saturn's Warranty info number: 1-800-553-6000
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Not sure if you've had to deal with them or not, but the folks at the Warranty line were less than helpful for me. Took them 20+ minutes of me back and forth while on hold to come up with the conclussion that the Camshaft Position Solenoids WERE NOT covered under the powertrain. A 5 minute call to my local Saturn Authorized Service Center gave me the correct info that they were.
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Pretty sure they'd be covered, as Brad says. But even so, they're cheap and easy enough to replace yourself, that I wouldn't be bothered if they weren't covered.
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haha now that you mention it the one conversation I had with them was pretty much a waste of time.
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The solo pods are driven by oil pressure. According to GM policy, all internally lubricated parts are covered. The position sensers are covered as well.
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