I just got the new recall # 15757 in the mail today. It looks like GM changing the spark plug wires, as done for the previous recall, didn't fix the fire hazard caused by hot engine oil leaking through faulty intake manifold gaskets (shocking). Not only that but they still haven't come up with a suitable set of replacement gaskets yet there are plenty in the aftermarket. Oh but at least they mentioned that they will safely remove my plastic "beauty" engine cover and keep it at my convenience. I love my Grand Prix but this has been a serious problem for 3800 V6 equipped vehicles for the last decade. One of my friends from high school's GP GT was destroyed by an engine fire a few years ago and there are dozens of videos of GP fires online. GM is a little late to the party realizing that their other remedies haven't worked. After I first got the car I could smell burning oil every time I went over a speed bump. Luckily I already knew about the issue and had it fixed the right way shortly after buying the car 5 years ago. My gaskets were replaced by my local mechanic and I've had no issues since so I'm probably not going to bring it in once they have the parts ready. Hopefully we can get the reimbursement though (Mom and Dad paid for the repair). This situation has been handled so poorly by GM and they are just now realizing how they need to fix it.