Being so close to the warranty limit, your best bet is to ask your dealer.
Although it was with Dodge and Ford, I have had great cooperation and results
from the Companies on out-of-warranty-period coverage. Stay away from the
threats, anger and intimidation routes; this is where the nice guy approach can
pay off. The Dealer wants you to come back and buy your next truck there, and
course, the General would like you to buy another of their products as well.
Mike Rambour wrote:
> Its not completely on-topic but it will be very soon when I get into my
> motor :)
> I have a 2000 GMC 5.3 Litre with 36,400 miles on it and I found needle
> roller bearings in my oil this afternoon when I changed the oil. it has a
> magnetic oil drain plug and they were on it.
> I need to emphasize the motor is running perfectly and no noise, no
> knocks, no nothing. I will go buy a factory shop manual in the morning but
> I am sure they will order it and I wont have it for a few days. It is out
> of warranty so its mine to fix :(
> Looking for any ideas as to what it could be since there is no noise and
> it runs great. For a picture of what I found, take a look at...
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