Re: What did you do to your Malibu today?
Sorry for no updates. At first it wasn't going good because maybe 20 minutes after I dropped it off they called my saying everything was ok and there was no codes and that I could pick up my car. I told them I don't see how there was no codes because it had be having symptoms for a while. Also told them if it didn't need fixed for a recall i shouldn't have gotten the paper saying so. The guy asked me to hold and when he come back on the line he said he didn't check the paperwork and the that entire column needed to be replaced and that they didn't keep them in stock and they would have to order it. The tech in the background said they had one and could get it done that day. I kind of laughed to myself and thought that column was probably for my car because i made an appointment earlier that week. Long story short they called about 4 hours later and said it was ready. We picked it up and everything has been good so far. The steering is a lot tighter, more responsive, and the problems are gone. I'm really glad it was a warranty job because they said that it was over $1000 to fix.
Daily:06' Malibu Maxx LTZ 3.5L AT LOADED
Money pit:97' Sonoma 2.2L 5spd. 3/4.5 drop 3" coils 4" leafs JTR setback plates 4 degree shims and tranny spacer Blazer front end swap 1st gen steelies
Beater:94' Cherokee 4.0 HO AT rusty but trusty
Last edited by NomaCane07; 01-15-2013 at 06:12 PM.