I personally dislike the attitude and over priced parts and labor that my local stealership charges but I have a number of issues that need to be looked at and the stealership told me to bring a punch list of everything I want them to look at. The diagnostic fee is $130 to diagnose everything. If I choose to have the stealership repair any of the problems, the $130 will go toward the repairs. If I do not let them fix the issues, then I am out the $130. So far my punch list is: Locate and price the repair of all oil leaks (Headers, value covers, oil pan gasket) replace the lifters and springs ( the tick noise, typically when it is cold out side ) determine why I am getting white smoke out the exhaust when the truck has been idling for 10 minutes or more. (The 5.3L has issues with coolant getting in one or more of the piston heads ) Not sure if this is my issue, but have them look into it. Figure out why the power locks stopped working ( no it is not the battery in the key fob, the fuses or relays) already checked those. Potentially replace the water pump ( still original ) 216k on the odometer. Replace the fuel injectors (8 of them) Fix my e-brake because it is too loose even after using the adjuster under the truck (there are TSB's on this, but I am out of warranty) Install new front left and right wheel hubs. I am thinking it might be worth it to have them connect the Tech 2, give me a full diagnosis and eat the $130 and then have the work done by a recommended mechanic outside the stealership. This way I know what needs to be done. What do you think?