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#29400: Special Coverage Adjustment - Diesel Emission Fluid Tank Reservoir

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New Special Coverage on the emission reduction fluid tank reservoir due to the issues with the heater elements. Looks like GM is moving through the emissions system piece by piece...... (Note: This also applies to the 6.6L Duramax Express, Savana, Silverado, and Sierra.)
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So I've had mine replaced once already. Does this coverage usually mean they fixed the problem and now have a new part to replace the old one or they're just offering to keep replacing it until the special coverage ends?
It can mean either. I had mine done a few months back and the part number is the same. It is believed that they did revise the reservoir at some point late last year early this year but I cannot confirm that.
Diesel its worth a shot, but it is a long stretch due to your milage.
 

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God dammit, seriously? So the recall replaced 2 of the 3 sensors that are bad, and then this covers the DEF reservoir...so literally all that **** I went through in the summer was a waste.

Does this mean I should get a full refund for everything we paid for (O2, NOx#1, DEF Reservoir)?

The only thing not covered, that we "paid" for was the NOx#2 sensor, and they just cleared the code instead of replacing it.
You should be eligible for reimbursement for the NOX 1 and the reservoir (as long as your car was in the mileage range covered at time of replacement.) The HO2S is a stretch.
 
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