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Find another dealer or get on your back and do it yourself.

But it does not need to be done until the car starts warning you every ignition cycle.
 

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When I called my local (Canadian) dealer, I was told that the filter itself was $150 or so but that it was unavailable in Canada. He then went on to say that the whole module - filter plus new housing - was $250 or so and thats what they were selling. I ended up buying from Rockauto simply because after shipping, they were the best deal I could find when shipping cost was considered. I also bought the cabin and intake air filters in the same order to combine shipping. The fuel filter cost $112 CDN, which after the exchange rate was comparable.

gmpartsdirect had a lower price for the filter but a much higher shipping cost. Overall, rockauto was the better deal.
 
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