09 Enclave Injector issues
As I have read through the fuel injector issues with the 09 Enclave, I'm getting concerned that my own issues with the 09 Enclave are not resolvable.
My Dad gave me his 09 Buick Enclave three years ago, and it has certainly had many issues since then. It was gently driven [both when he drove it and with me] but the front struts needed to be replaced at 60K.
One year ago my fuel injector #2 failed. The Buick place replaced it and also replaced the spark plugs [cost was $940].
One year later -- two weeks ago, fuel injector #6 failed, and #2 skipped enough with codes for the independent mechanic whom I trust to replace it as well. He also replaced the ignition coil pack. The codes that OnStar gave me were: P2180, P0087, P0089, P02B1, P0300, and P0306 [cost was $709].
Honestly, it seems to me, judging by the other forum posts on this issue, that the fuel injector system is a bust on this vehicle. Do I need to attempt to sell the car, or am I jumping the gun and over-reacting?
The car has been very convenient for me otherwise -- it drives comfortably, and also has the space that I need for transporting a dog in a large crate in the back [and other items] for K9 SAR work.
My main issues are concerns with reliability and also the cost of continually replacing various injectors [and the surrounding parts as they fail when the injector fails].
I would welcome any counsel available, both with attempting to maintain the fuel injectors or with advice about selling the car and starting over [only with, I'm afraid, a Honda or Toyota -- this experience has been a confidence-loss for me with Buick].