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Received a letter from olds in 2000 about problems with fuel injection, but I had none, so I put it in the glove box. 6 months later had a problem with injection, but did not remember letter. friend was parts managert for buick dealer,and he got me new injectotrs at cost and paid local mechanic to put them in. 6 months later blew engine because of bad oil pump and I did not notice the gage. Got a new good wrench engine at cost from friend. At this time I came across letter from gm about injectors and sent them bill and explantion for not going throgh them. They refused to reimburse me. It is now three years later and injectors are going bad again with less than 20 thousnad miles on new injectors, car was bought in 1993 so I am over the 10year time but only have 79000 mile . I wrote Olds another letter yesterday, but am not hopeful they will pay. Don't know what else to do. John
 
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