So I booked my 2014 CTD (has just under 66,000 km's on it) to go in on Friday because I had a CEL and a "service side detection system warning". There had also been a squeaking blower fan noise that I had mentioned a few times, but was always told that they couldn't replicate it and there was a rattle from underneath the car at highway speeds that I'd mentioned before and gotten told "cannot replicate." I figured as it needed to go in for the CEL and the side detection system, I'd mention the rattle and squeak again. On Friday morning I start it up to drive it to the dealer, and another warning appears on the dash. "Service power steering."
I go into the dealer and mention all of these issues and showed the service rep the squeak in the blower fan and thankfully she actually heard it! I let her know about everything else and she pulls it up and says that the Nox sensor recall still needs to be done to and she'll call me with the information on everything else. At this point, I'm thinking that it's maybe a sensor for the CEL and a software update for the side detection system and power steering. I was very wrong lol.
She calls me back and says that the following needs to be replaced: DEF tank heater, power steering module, blind spot monitoring module, the blower fan, and of course the Nox sensor that is on recall.
They didn't have any of the parts on hand, so it will go back in Monday morning to have everything done. Unfortunately, they still can't replicate the rattle sound on the highway, but oddly enough, I couldn't replicate it either when I drove it home on Friday. They said they'll check again for it on Monday.
I'm not sure what all of these parts cost and what the labour would've been, but the extended bumper to bumper warranty was about $2,000 and is good for 7 years or 160,000 km's. So if I'm the first 6,000 km's of the extended warranty, all of this already needs to be replaced, I'm thinking that buying it was a good call.
I find it kind of weird that pretty much everything decided to go at the same time, but it works out better for me. The GMPP has a $200 deductible, so if it was separate times for everything, I would've been paying $200/time instead of just $200 for it all.
Also, side note, I don't think many people here are from Edmonton, but if you are, I've always found Westgate Chevrolet to be fantastic to deal with.