Care greater than the sum of its parts.
The Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty is another advantage of taking your vehicle to the Certified Service Experts for repair and replacement auto parts. This warranty is available exclusively at your Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac dealer.
Our dealers stand behind their GM Original Equipment products, and many auto parts are backed by our Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty. If any of the auto parts listed below are replaced by a Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac dealer in a customer-paid transaction, the part is covered by our Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty. If the eligible auto part ever needs to be replaced, the Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty will cover the cost of the new auto part. Warranty is not transferable. Installation is extra.
You may seek further assistance from:
Certified Service Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty
P.O. Box 441520
Detroit, MI 48244
Eligible Auto Parts Include
(applies to GM Original Equipment Parts only):
WHAT IS COVERED
The Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty covers only parts that meet all of the following criteria:
- Must be an eligible GM auto part listed above which was replaced after 1/1/2013
- Must be on a customer-paid repair order
- Must be originally installed by a Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac dealership
If an eligible auto part needs to be replaced, any Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac dealership will repair or replace it free of charge to the original purchaser. Installation is extra.
The following GM passenger cars and light-duty trucks (Series 10-30) are eligible for this Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty:
GMC / Chevrolet / Buick / Cadillac / Oldsmobile / Pontiac / Saturn / HUMMER H2 & H3 (H1 excluded)
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
The following auto parts and services are not covered by the Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty:- Auto parts not found on the eligible GM parts list above
- Over-the-counter parts purchases
- Auto parts repaired or replaced under any applicable new or used vehicle warranty
- Part failure because of negligence, alteration, accident, or use for which GM did not design or approve the auto part
- Damage caused by lack of maintenance
- Use of wrong fluids, refrigerant, fuel, oil, or lubricants
- Repairs made with non-GM parts
- Repairs made on commercial fleet vehicles or racing vehicles
- Inconvenience, loss of time or use of the vehicle, towing, or other economic considerations.