My Enclave was build in January 2008 and seems to be one of the cars that received camshafts made by a different supplierjr7243 said:Is this problem more widespread than we think? I was on Edmunds forum last night and there were a bunch of people there reporting the same thing.
So for those with the problem, what was your build date?
Wow what a story, sorry to hear it. Might want to start looking into the lemon law in your state...that really stinks.chile said:Mine was also January 2008. The check engine light went on at 1800 miles, it then took over 30 days for the dealer to get the parts (including specialized gaskets) & special tools! It then took the tech 7 business days to replace 2 camshafts & a cylinder head. I got the car back last week....I told the dealer, I would have perferred that they throw an '09 engine in it, and that I really liked the loaner car they gave me (trail blazer) which had more pickup.
Driving it long distance over the weekend, I now have the check engine light on again with "service traction control /stablitrack codes!"
Here is how it was described to me by the service manager:txhokie4life said:So can someone describe what is wrong with the camshafts and will you / can you cause more damage
by driving with bad ones waiting for replacement?