dealer service information as in actual gm factory literature only for employees? (are you the mechanic or have you confused with someone else?)The owners manual for my 2014 CTD says 10 years or 97000, the dealer service information shows 3 years or 97000.
If that's the case, looks like it's time to replace the timing belt. The water pump already appears to have a slow leak any way.
And, in the 2014 Owners manual PDF on chevrolet.com that I just now downloaded, it says "(7) Or every 10 years, whichever comes first."Under the Footnotes- Maintenance Schedule Additional Required Services- Normal it says (7) Or every three years, whichever comes first.
Your 145K is likely 60K of my driving lol. 3 Years and only 32,000 miles for me due to shorter trips and slower average speeds
Isn't that just the gas water pump? I don't think the extended warranty applies to the diesels.Now that I think of it... the water pump is covered under warranty (or extended warranty) at most I would pay for the timing belt. I may as well repalce it if its going to be removed to replace the water pump.