Then the "dealership" will need to figure it out. If they have replaced EVERYTHING and it's still not running correctly then they did it wrong. They need to make it right so take it back to them and have it re-checked. It sounds like a pre-stroke and or rack sensor issue which is internal to the injection pump and it will need to be removed and calibrated and freshened up. Not many things make the engine light illuminate on the older 2002 mechanical injection pump fuel system. In my experience of 10+ yrs its usually always the pre-stroke or rack sensor of the injection pump. Hope this helps. Oh ya and check your timing that will also so that symptom.
To compare car warranty quotes go to your local dealership, or any dealership, or a dealerships website, or email a dealership, for more information. They will be happy to help.
A used Hummer may or may not come with a warranty; that depends on the dealership that is selling it. Person-to-person sales of a vehicle can void or nullify the warranty. If buying directly from a dealership on a Hummer that was traded in, there should be at least a thirty day warranty.
Call your local dealership.
Just now am having one replaced on a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel. At the dealership it is going to be right at $3500 and will have a 3 year/100,000 warranty versus rebuilding ours with a 12 months warranty.
There are several different types of warranties available for your vehicle. The most basic warranty you can get is from your dealership. This is not the manufacturer warranty. The dealership will cover for the contracted time, any inspections and repairs needed for your vehicle. Then there are other warranties like emissions warranty that cover any emission issues and then there is a warranty called the power train warranty that covers any mechanical issues like transmission issues. Your best bet is to discuss this with your dealership and see which option is most suitable for you.
Check with the dealership.
Most insurance merchants will sell you a warrany for your vehicle. However, the dealership prefers you choose one with them as it's easier to combine the price of the vehicle plus warranty.
I just took my 2004 silverado to the dealership before my warranty runs out. The radio had a light out on the tuner knob and I had a light out in the dash behind the oil pressure. The dealership told me that the radio would have to be replaced and the dash membrane would have to be replaced. I asked them point blank about the radio light. They said "No way to replace the bulbs." I don't get it, but they replaced the radio under warranty. Yes bulbs are replaceable. You need to track down the replacement chevrolet/delco bulbs remove the burnt out bulbs using solder and then reheat the solder and install the new replacement.
You will have to read the warranty, but most new cars can be serviced at any dealership selling the same brand.
All the info I have gotten from the dealership is that if you do tamper with the cats but do a dual exiting system then you will not void your warranty.
A warranty is when a product is guaranteed not to be defective for a certain length of time. A guarantee is something that is promised to work or you get your money back. Usually a warranty will be replaced and a guarantee will be replaced or you can also get your money back.
I am sure you can find the answer from your dealership. Give them a call.
a full warranty guarantees that if a product is found to be defective within the warranty period, it will be repaired or replaced at no cost to the purchaser.
I had this happen to me and it was caused by something in the gas and did something to the sending unit in the gas tank. The dealership replaced the sending unit in the gas tank when my van was under warranty.
If it is a factory warranty, any Saturn dealer is required to honor it.
If you have a warranty, take it back to the dealership for repair. If you don't have a warranty, then you are responsible for all repairs.
IF its warranty repairs, go to another dealer of the same brand. If not warranty, go anywhere you feel comfortable.
contact the dealership where the vehicle was purchased they will have record of the sale and warranty
Of course, depending on what car dealership you go to. If you buy one from the newspaper or from a friend, I wouldn't count on having that warranty.
if you have a warranty use it or you could go to a dealership or bodyshop
A Honda entended warranty can be purchased directly from a licensed Honda dealership. It is recommended to call ahead to get full details and what to expect.
Try warrantydirect.com for a used vehicle warranty. Also, try contacting the dealership you purchased the vehicle from to see who they recommend for extended warranties.
You can find the general motors car warranty at your car dealership or a general motors facility. The GM warranty plan is used to protect people from the high costs of unanticipated accidents or wrecks.
Wether or not a pendant can be replaced if it is lost or stolen all depends on if a warranty came with it when it is purchased . If there was no warrantee then usually it can not be replaced.
To find an extended warranty for car, its best to go to the dealership where they can tell you all the information you will need to know to get the job done.