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Old 10-09-2009, 12:24 PM   #1
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Took my car in for work, should it take this long?!

Anyone else take your camaro in for warranty work yet? Mine has been in 9 days and counting for a noise from the engine bay, more like a rattle/squeaky sound. Anyway, it's now over a week later and the dealer still has no idea what the noise is. I want my freaking car back is the main point I guess.

They also told me they wanted to remove my dash, and add more foam to the vent ducts.. Which is not even CLOSE to where the noise is from. (When I got through a tunel, it gets louder, so it has to be outside the car, not the dash!) I would know if the sound was right in front of me. Anyway, I'm just pissed.

-Alex
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