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Old 07-13-2006, 04:06 PM   #1
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Got my car back from the Stealership today!

Well,
My small clutch pedal problem ended up being the hydrolic line from the pedal to the
transmission. Appearently, I ran over something in the roadway and pinched the line under the car causing a small leak. This caused the failure. They replaced the line and blead the brakes also did an oil change as well to the tune of.............
$813.00. That includes my "being in the car business discount".

All in all, I guess any trip to the dealer for less than a grand is getting off easy!

I had been driving my Envoy for the last week and didnt realize how much I missed the Box until the ride home this evening!
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Old 07-13-2006, 08:28 PM   #2
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I had been driving my Envoy for the last week and didnt realize how much I missed the Box until the ride home this evening!

Ain't it the truch....You never really know how much you love something until its gone. I get that same feeling every time i get in my box after driving some other car.
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Wow, thats the same line I replaced for $62.00 thought I saved some money but dang!
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Old 07-14-2006, 02:57 PM   #4
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Ohio,

This definately would have been a good DIY project.. I just dont have the time..
I run a shop that currently has 118 cars in production!! I am pulling my hair out as it is. I thought it might have been a Clutch master cyl or something and I had a scheduled oil change anyway... Time is money as well!

I will change my plugs sometime this month.. that will be my DIY savings for the year!

Have a good weekend!
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