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Were you originally told it would take two weeks to fix it? I had to drive my Volt for a couple days because they didn't have a loaner vehicle to give me.

My 2011 had this service done back in July, 2014. Dealer had it for 8 weekdays and I was given a new Cruze as a courtesy vehicle. The invoice states they had to replace the transmission side cover and the drive motor B rotor bearing, seals and gasket, and flush and fill the transmission cooler with new automatic transmission fluid. That was at 27.5K miles and now I'm at 50K miles with no noise.

My invoice doesn't mention anything about having to drain coolant, but there is a technician on the Volt Facebook page that posts pictures of him working on replacing the drive motor B rotor bearing, showing he has to drain the coolant for the power electronics and on-board charger.

I've moved again since then, so when I need to take my Volt for service, I make sure the dealer actually sells the Volt, ensuring they have the necessary tools and technician for Volt service.
 
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