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Posted: 05/30/19 06:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is why I won't give up my '08 GMC Duramax as it has the CP3 pump.


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I would definitely try to get to the corporate level for a goodwill warranty. My BIL had the same thing happen with his and was able to get them to cover it. He had to go through a few layers of people before he got someone with the authority to approve it and who would.

Good luck with it. If you can't get them to cover it, I'd at least check with your insurance to see if there is anything they can do.

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The new ones use a different pump is that correct? My 07.5 has only 47k on it but I will be needing a bigger truck in the next couple years and don’t want to worry about this when I upgrade.

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2019 6.7 Cummins/CP4 Ram.... Your next!

OP,
Good luck with GM covering that bill.

* This post was edited 05/30/19 08:14pm by FishOnOne *


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Skidus1 wrote:

The new ones use a different pump is that correct?


That is correct. They now use a Denso brand pump for better or worse.

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I know this is a known issue but the consumer should not be on the hook for this.
Maybe I'm in a fantasy land but a 2015 truck should not need a $12K repair.
If there was no negligence or vandalism involved
The consumer needs more protection than that. The trucks are too expensive to not be built to withstand the current fuel standards. There is a major flaw in the entire system!


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See if this can be installed at the same time.
CP4.2 bypass kit


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reelcamper1 wrote:

No extended warranty, not covered on drivetrain! Thanks for all the info....still trying to get them to pay for costs! Going to try the suggestion for "goodwill warranty" money as suggested


Interesting that the fuel system is not covered under drivetrain warranty?

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FWIW, my '16 Freightliner Cascadia for work with a DDT 13 engine recently had 2 injectors go south thus causing the engine to shut down. Dealer quoted $10,000.00 to replace all 6 injectors (made by BOSCH who also recommends replacing all 6) @ $750.00 each! If this isn't bad enough, extra diesel was pushed thru the system, so DEF filters need replacement as well @ $3,000.00. So yes, the GM dealer probly isn't too far out of line.


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rhagfo wrote:

reelcamper1 wrote:

No extended warranty, not covered on drivetrain! Thanks for all the info....still trying to get them to pay for costs! Going to try the suggestion for "goodwill warranty" money as suggested


Interesting that the fuel system is not covered under drivetrain warranty?


Not to hijack the thread, but...

I was going to buy a Ford extended warranty until I read that any part that failed as a result of a failure of a covered part was NOT COVERED. I suppose that sort of thing is standard fare in the warranty world. I declined the purchase.

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