2012 Terrain - P0014 previously fixed, now P0010
Thanks in advance for the help.
I purchased my Terrain new in December 2011. In June 2015, I had the common P0014 and the dealer serviced it under warranty. They replaced the timing chain, camshaft actuator, and timing chain tensioner. At the time of this repair I had 60k miles on it. In May 2016, I was having a "rattle" similar to the timing chain the first time around and also a "Service Stabilitrak" light so they ran an oil consumption test. They determined it was not burning any oil (but I still think it is) and cleared the Stabilitrak light which I've only seen again a few times since then.
Anyway, last night (Dec 29) I had a check engine light come on with code P0010. This is also a camshaft actuator and it did feel like it was running rough when I was reversing slowly. I have not checked the oil, but I had a full synthetic oil change professionally done (not at the dealer) on October 13th about 2200 miles ago. So I swung by the dealer and asked if this is something they would cover because the Powertrain warranty just expired a few weeks ago and they had done warranty work which seems to have been related already. I currently have about 75.5K miles on it. The dealer said they would have to do a full diagnosis (about $140) before they would be able to figure out if it's something they would even ask for a good faith warranty on. I made an appointment for next week.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Is the P0010 related to the P0014 that I had earlier? Is this covered by the extended warranty. I did search the forum, but I could locate anyone who had a similar experience with both of these codes. Please feel free to link me to the post if there is an existing one.
2012 SLT2 2WD 4 cyl