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I learned today that my ‘22 6.2L LTD is one of 46 trucks that is affected by GM Program # N222360980

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Dealers are to replace the engine.

Love my truck but this is hard pill to swallow.
 

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Nissan had a run of thousands of 5.6 v-8’s that needed replacement. My 2018 Titan got a new engine as well as my wife’s 2018 Armada. No engine problems after that. So don’t sweat it at least they are proactively doing the recall.
 
Good lord!!! What kills me is I always wanted to be a full sized Chevy owner. I've owned 2 full sized Dodge's and had no issues with them. Purchased a 2016 GMC Sierra that I loved and had to sell (#Divorce). I ordered my 1500 Silverado and its been in for service/repairs/warranty seemingly more than I have driven it. Getting tired of it. Hopefully you get this resolved without further issues.
 
Wonder if this carries over to the 2021 model years as well.
My 6.2l blew main bearings and con rod bearings at 53,000 miles. I hadnt had the truck for even 8,000 miles when purchased used. Dealer wont tell me anything. I created a case with GM and they put me in a Loaner real quick to shut me up. Truck has been at dealer since april 1st.
What i found strange is, 20mins before the failure i checked the oil, and the dipstick was hot enough to burn my finger tip when i was guiding it back in the dip stick tube to re check the oil
I assuming the oil got too hot, lost viscosity, and cavitated.
 

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