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2011 suburban ltz, 77,000 miles, engine burning oil with white smoke exiting tail pipe, filled up the three car garage. dealer states 100k engine warranty will cover it but spark plugs and wires need replacement also due to the fouling.

GM wants to charge the consumer $550 for the plugs and wires. would one have occurred without the other? never again GM. had daytime running light, right side replaced 3 times due to water getting into unit all at my cost.

another design flaw.

Reviewer is in unhappy mood. This person is quite happy with dealership and stated that there is a room for improvement of run around for warranty work. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss warranty issue of 2011 chevrolet suburban ltz and associated monetary loss in the amount of $550. General Motors needs to have the product delivered according to poster's claims.

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You may be able get GM to pay for the plugs, but spark plugs are maintenance items like brake pads and oil. There is no way that the wires failed due to the engine problem.

Call any garage anywhere , they will agree. GM states that the moisture in the driving light will not hurt the bulb or cause the light not to work, not sure if that is true, I guess it depends on how much moisture. If I were you I would buy a Keystone light next time.

It will be cheaper and has a lifetime warranty. Your local body shop and get it and install it for you.

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