does anyone know the regional service or maintance managers phone # and/or their e-mail as I need to talk to him about my 2009 chevy aveo about the drive train and transmission.i am having trouble with the pickup and shifting of gears.i am on ssdi and would not be able to afford the price to have the car looked at.if anyone has any ideas I would appreciate them.

Asked by Aug 08, 2013 at 10:53 AM about the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo LT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was given an answer to bring my 2009 chevy aveo to my dealer that sold me the car but am wondering if there is a problem will I be charged for them to look at it.i was told that the drive train and transmission are covered up to 100,000.what should I do?

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If there is actually a drivetrain warranty on it then take it in, you have already paid for the warranty in the purchase price. Make it clear to them that you will not pay for them looking at it as they may try to old "Sorry but that part isn't covered under warranty" stuff. But be aware that most warranty's will not cover lubricants or fluids that are needed so those will be an out of pocket expense. Try this web site for numbers: http://www.gm.com/contact-us

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