It depends if the car is listed as a PZEV vehicle. If you let me have the last 8 of your VIN I can check with a friend of mine.I recently a transmission bearing in my 2012 Chevy Volt. The dealership said I am out of warrantry, so I paid out of pocket. Now I have my doubts, as I read in some places that "transmission" is considered part of voltec... Can someone clarify if "transmission m2 bearing" is covered by 8yrs/160k kms voltec warranty.
I did a search for a thread/post you had on this which showed/talked specifically about the place in the manual and what you showed GM customer service the part about 'transmission bearing'. I didn't find one.Yes it is covered if within warranty period of 8 years and 100k miles. I had the same issue as you on my 2012 and paid upfront because the dealer swore it was not covered under the Voltec warranty. After paying for the repair I contacted GM customer service and told them where it shows as being covered in the manual...
Thanks for the follow up. Internal components is the key. I saw the manual pages referenced and it matched the text from my above screenshots of that website in the 'Electric Hybrid/Drive Unit' section.https://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?325991-That-Circular-Saw-sound/page2
The thread is "that circular saw sound.." Page 2 shows which page of the warranty manual that includes covered Voltec components (page 16 of the warranty manual).
Regarding the section of battery being replaced. I've been getting the "Battery too cold plug in to warm" message for about a year now and the CEL finally came on last week which allowed the dealer to properly diagnose the issue. I'm not crazy about being without my car for a couple of weeks but am glad to finally get it fixed. I think I've had all, or at least most, of the major problems repaired under warranty and numerous software updates at my expense. Hopefully I can avoid the service center for a while.