TSB List for the 2016 GMC Yukon

Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) for the 2016 Yukon are official communications between GMC & their dealerships that describe processes for troubleshooting or fixing certain common problems. All vehicle manufacturers are required by U.S. law to make their TSBs available to the public.

STEERING

  • TSB #PIT5288G

    NHTSA ID #10164757

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #16NA109

    NHTSA ID #10165079

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure inspecting for excess grease or Sealant on the Exterior of the steering gear due to seeing grease or sealant on certain locations on the gear.

  • TSB #PIT5565B

    NHTSA ID #10154617

    This Preliminary information communicates a repair procedure for a squeak/squawk type noise coming from the lower column/drivers footwell area when turning.  It explains how to properly lubricate the column shaft boot where the shaft intera

  • TSB #PIT5565A

    NHTSA ID #10143434

    This Preliminary information communicates a repair procedure for a squeak/squawk type noise coming from the lower column/drivers foot well area when turning. It explains how to properly lubricate the column shaft boot where the shaft intera

  • TSB #PIT5457C

    NHTSA ID #10143433

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #PIT5233D

    NHTSA ID #10129080

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #15NA082

    NHTSA ID #10139092

    This technical bulletin provides repair information for installing a new stabilizer shaft bracket to correct a customer concern of on a clunking noise originating from the front of the vehicle that is more predominant during turns or travel

  • TSB #17NA345

    NHTSA ID #10139117

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the power steering control module to correct a condition of Loss of Steering Assist due to a software abnormality.

  • TSB #PI0671A

    NHTSA ID #10138087

    This preliminary information bulletin provides information for diagnosing a power steering fluid leak at the fluid reservoir.

  • TSB #16-NA-109

    NHTSA ID #10138025

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure inspecting for excess grease or Sealant on the Exterior of the steering gear due to seeing grease or sealant on certain locations on the gear.

  • TSB #PIC3278G

    NHTSA ID #10113436

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps needed to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have unwanted or phantom phone calls. Technician will need to determine what type of call the cu

  • TSB #16-NA-109

    NHTSA ID #10116596

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure inspecting for excess grease or Sealant on the Exterior of the steering gear due to seeing grease or sealant on certain locations on the gear.

  • TSB #PIT5233C

    NHTSA ID #10113330

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #PIT5481A

    NHTSA ID #10111716

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with additional information on the functionality of Lane Keep Assist. Starting with 2016 model year Lane Keep Assist Regular Production Option Code (UHX) repl

  • TSB #PIT5288E

    NHTSA ID #10114850

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #PIC6073C

    NHTSA ID #10098423

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT THE MEDIA ORIENTED SYSTEMS TRANSPORT BUS DIAGNOSTIC TOOL KIT (EL-51578) HAS BEEN RELEASED TO HELP DIAGNOSE ANY OF THE MEDIA ORIENTED SYSTEMS TRANSPORT B

  • TSB #PIT5398A

    NHTSA ID #10115135

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have the rear vision camera system displaying "Rear Park Assist Symbols Unavailable" and the steering grid lines displayed do not show

  • TSB #PIT5481

    NHTSA ID #10115136

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with additional information on the functionality of Lane Keep Assist. For 2016 model year Lane Keep Assist Regular Production Option Code (UHX) replaced Lane

  • TSB #PIT5405A

    NHTSA ID #10115119

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a reduced power message, steering assist, engine stall or the instrument panel, radio, and or Heater-Vent-Air Conditioning go blank with multiple diagnost

STEERING:WHEEL AND HANDLE BAR

  • TSB #PIT5452B

    NHTSA ID #10137730

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a pop, click, tick, snap, or itch type noise in the steering column or steering wheel when turning left or right during low speed

  • TSB #PIE0428

    NHTSA ID #10140414

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of the steering wheel jerks, whips or kicks back when turning.

STEERING:COLUMN

  • TSB #PIT5452B

    NHTSA ID #10137730

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a pop, click, tick, snap, or itch type noise in the steering column or steering wheel when turning left or right during low speed

STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIT5405C

    NHTSA ID #10113356

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a reduced or loss of power steering assist, steering wheel jerks or kicks back when turning, Service Stabilitrak message with warning

  • TSB #PIT5405B

    NHTSA ID #10083324

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN FOR A REDUCED POWER MESSAGE, STEERING ASSIST, ENGINE STALL OR THE INSTRUMENT PANEL, RADIO, AND OR HEATER-VENT-AIR CONDITIONING GO BLANK WITH MULTIPLE DIAGNOST

  • TSB #PIT-5508

    NHTSA ID #10078887

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES WITH ONE OF THE TWO CONCERNS. VEHICLE MAY HAVE AN INTERMITTENT "SERVICE POWER STEERING, DRIVE WITH CARE" ON THE DRIVER

  • TSB #PIT-5457-A

    NHTSA ID #10078683

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN, AND COMPLETING A WIRING REPAIR. THE VEHICLE MAY HAVE A SERVICE ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM, TRACTION CONTROL, POWER STEERING OR SUSPENSIO

STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:POWER STEERING FLUID

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10114106

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to drain, flush and refill the transmission fluid to correct a customer concern of shake and/or shudder during light throttle acceleration between 48 and 104 KM/H (30 and 65 MPH) at a steady stat

STEERING:ELECTRIC POWER ASSIST SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIT5405C

    NHTSA ID #10113356

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a reduced or loss of power steering assist, steering wheel jerks or kicks back when turning, Service Stabilitrak message with warning

  • TSB #PIT5405B

    NHTSA ID #10083324

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN FOR A REDUCED POWER MESSAGE, STEERING ASSIST, ENGINE STALL OR THE INSTRUMENT PANEL, RADIO, AND OR HEATER-VENT-AIR CONDITIONING GO BLANK WITH MULTIPLE DIAGNOST

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-109

    NHTSA ID #10078430

    "THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO INSPECT THE STEERING GEAR FOR A NORMAL CONDITION OF GREASE OR SEALANT ON EXTERIOR CASE OF GEAR DUE TO THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS."

SUSPENSION

  • TSB #PIT5049E

    NHTSA ID #10161036

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to help diagnose and repair vehicles with a rattle, squeak, clunk, thump, or bump. If published Service Information diagnostics do not lead to a

  • TSB #PIT5214D

    NHTSA ID #10154605

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have had multiple repair attempts that are being performed on customer?s vehicles that exhibit vibration conditions without utilizing the

  • TSB #PIT5533B

    NHTSA ID #10143430

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a creak, click, pop, and or crack type noise from the front suspension or front frame area while making tight turns. Technician will

  • TSB #PIT5457C

    NHTSA ID #10143433

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #PIT5533A

    NHTSA ID #10123213

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a creak, click, pop, and or crack type noise from the front suspension or front frame area while making tight turns. Technician will

  • TSB #PIT5403D

    NHTSA ID #10157012

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps to diagnosis and repair vehicles with various handling, vehicle dynamics concerns, noises from the suspension or underbody, or issues related t

  • TSB #PIT5404D

    NHTSA ID #10118269

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a buffeting vibration and/or drone type noise, exhaust tone change, and/or body pressure booming. R

  • TSB #99-04-20-002J

    NHTSA ID #10138086

    This informational bulletin provides information on Driveline Clunk Noise and what is acceptable and what is considered normal operations.

  • TSB #PIT5477A

    NHTSA ID #10113293

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a squeak, clunk, or knock type noise from the front suspension when hitting bumps. Technician will need to test drive the vehicle

  • TSB #PIT5533

    NHTSA ID #10111722

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a creak, click, pop, and or crack type noise from the front suspension or front frame area while making tight turns. Technician will

  • TSB #PIP5211F

    NHTSA ID #10119065

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps needed to diagnose and repair vehicles with a rough idle and/or vibration at idle in Drive. This condition will not be present in Park, or Neutral.

  • TSB #16NA339

    NHTSA ID #10135275

    This informational bulletin aids the technician on diagnosing possible vibrations in a vehicle, methods used for testing each scenario and documenting findings.

  • TSB #PIT5307D

    NHTSA ID #10083249

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP, SERVICE SUSPENSION SYSTEM M

  • TSB #PIT5403B

    NHTSA ID #10083321

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR VEHICLES WITH VARIOUS HANDLING, VEHICLE DYNAMICS CONCERNS, NOISES FROM THE SUSPENSION OR UNDERBODY, OR ISSUES RELATED T

  • TSB #PIT-5457-A

    NHTSA ID #10078683

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN, AND COMPLETING A WIRING REPAIR. THE VEHICLE MAY HAVE A SERVICE ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM, TRACTION CONTROL, POWER STEERING OR SUSPENSIO

  • TSB #PIT5287B

    NHTSA ID #10083866

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS REQUIRED FOR THE FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER TERMINAL REMOVAL.

  • TSB #PIT-5307-C

    NHTSA ID #10078606

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE HA SA SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM LIGHT OR SERVICE SUSPENSION MESSAGE, MISFIRE, HESITATION, NO C

  • TSB #PIT5403A

    NHTSA ID #10113949

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps to diagnosis and repair vehicles with various handling, vehicle dynamics concerns, noises from the suspension or underbody, or issues related t

  • TSB #PIT5214B

    NHTSA ID #10115138

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have had multiple repair attempts are being performed on customer?s vehicles that exhibit vibration conditions without utilizing the suppo

  • TSB #PIT5477

    NHTSA ID #10115094

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a squeak, clunk, or knock type noise from the front suspension when hitting bumps. Technician should use published Service Inform

  • TSB #PIP5338

    NHTSA ID #10114894

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vibration complaints that are one of the most challenging complaints to accurately diagnose and repair. Technician will need to use Pico Oscilloscope Di

SUSPENSION:FRONT

  • TSB #PIT5049C

    NHTSA ID #10113415

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to help diagnose and repair vehicles with a rattle, squeak, clunk, thump, or bump. If published Service Information diagnostics do not lead to a

  • TSB #PIT-5287-B

    NHTSA ID #10078672

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS REQUIRED FOR THE FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER TERMINAL REMOVAL.

SUSPENSION:FRONT:SHOCK ABSORBER

  • TSB #PIT5049D

    NHTSA ID #10129878

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to help diagnose and repair vehicles with a rattle, squeak, clunk, thump, or bump. If published Service Information diagnostics do not lead to a

  • TSB #05-03-08-002H

    NHTSA ID #10111743

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on diagnosis and replacement of shock absorber and strut due to fluid leak.

  • TSB #PIT-5287-B

    NHTSA ID #10078672

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS REQUIRED FOR THE FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER TERMINAL REMOVAL.

SUSPENSION:REAR:SHOCK ABSORBER

  • TSB #PIT5049D

    NHTSA ID #10129878

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to help diagnose and repair vehicles with a rattle, squeak, clunk, thump, or bump. If published Service Information diagnostics do not lead to a

TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIP5298B

    NHTSA ID #10161047

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a Service Engine Soon light with a Diagnostic Trouble code P0300 set. There may be a rough running engine associated with this concern. If service informa

  • TSB #PIP5298A

    NHTSA ID #10151864

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a Service Engine Soon light with a Diagnostic Trouble code P0300 set. There may be a rough running engine associated with this concern. If service informa

  • TSB #PIT5457C

    NHTSA ID #10143433

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

BRAKES (PWS)

  • TSB #19NA137

    NHTSA ID #10169270

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to add PET tape to the brake cables if the cause of the customers concern.

  • TSB #19NA116

    NHTSA ID #10161903

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of pulsing, grinding, scraping noise from brakes, uneven front brake pad wear.

  • TSB #19NA116

    NHTSA ID #10161926

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of pulsing, grinding, scraping noise from brakes, uneven front brake pad wear.

  • TSB #PIT5681

    NHTSA ID #10160996

    This Preliminary information communicates the location of the GM Accessory Performance Brake System Rotor Specifications 

  • TSB #PIT5479B

    NHTSA ID #10154583

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about fluid leaking from the brake caliper piston area found during a service of the vehicle. The substance is actually excess assembly grease from the calipe

  • TSB #PIT5392C

    NHTSA ID #10147392

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a detent / click with a feel of increased resistance when the accelerator pedal is about ¾ of the way. The new accelerator ped

  • TSB #PIT5361D

    NHTSA ID #10145479

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have issues were the customer will need increased effort to depress the brake pedal. Technician may find

  • TSB #18NA067

    NHTSA ID #10137297

    This informational bulletin provides information for cleaning brake dust off of aluminum or chrome wheels.

  • TSB #PIT5509B

    NHTSA ID #10116656

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicle that may have a "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake System” message on the Driver Information Center

  • TSB #PIP5337G

    NHTSA ID #10114835

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

  • TSB #16-NA-223

    NHTSA ID #10126062

    This informational bulletin provides information on installing the correct tires for vehicles with the condition of under hard acceleration at higher speeds, the traction control light will flash. Or, they may come in for ABS or general han

  • TSB #PIT5361B

    NHTSA ID #10081053

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE ISSUES WERE THE CUSTOMER WILL NEED INCREASED EFFORT TO DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND

  • TSB #PIT5377D

    NHTSA ID #10096211

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEP NEEDED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE UNEVEN BRAKE PAD WEAR. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO INSPECT AND MEASURE THE BRAKE PADS THICKNESS.

  • TSB #PIT5361A

    NHTSA ID #10096208

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE ISSUES WERE THE CUSTOMER WILL NEED INCREASED EFFORT TO DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND

  • TSB #PIT5241C

    NHTSA ID #10075749

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

  • TSB #15-05-25-001

    NHTSA ID #10126347

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of a Service Stabilitrak message displayed on the Driver Information Center (DIC). During diagnosis, a technician may find DTC C0196-5A set in the Electronic

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC

  • TSB #080310006G

    NHTSA ID #10169356

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to clean and resurface aluminum wheel bead seats for vehicles that have the condition of Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated, Aluminum Wheel B

  • TSB #PIT5233D

    NHTSA ID #10129080

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #PIT5377C

    NHTSA ID #10114958

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step needed to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have uneven brake pad wear. Technician will need to inspect and measure the brake pads thickness.

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:PEDALS AND LINKAGES

  • TSB #PIT5206E

    NHTSA ID #10100046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING AND REPAIRING VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE UNWANTED GRADE BRAKING, REDUCED ENGINE POWER WITH NO DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER MESSAGES ¿ BR

  • TSB #PIT5361B

    NHTSA ID #10081053

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE ISSUES WERE THE CUSTOMER WILL NEED INCREASED EFFORT TO DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND

  • TSB #PIT5206D

    NHTSA ID #10113950

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps on diagnosing and repairing vehicles that may have unwanted grade braking, reduced engine power with no Driver Information Center messages ? Br

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:POWER ASSIST

  • TSB #PIT5202C

    NHTSA ID #10114883

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with 6L80 Regular Production Option Code (MYC), 6L90 Regular Production Option Code (MYD) or 8L90 Regular Production Option C

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION COMPONENTS:MASTER CYLINDER

  • TSB #SB-08-24-15

    NHTSA ID #10059097

    GENERAL MOTORS: PARTS FOR MOST VEHICLES, CLUTCH, MASTER CYLINDER ASSEMBLY ARE, REQUIRED AND REQUESTED, TO BE RETURNED AND NEED TO REORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS USING SAME PART NUMBERS. *PE

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION COMPONENTS:DISC:ROTOR

  • TSB #18NA038

    NHTSA ID #10137322

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the rear brake rotors to correct a condition of Squeak/Squeal Type Noise Heard at Low Speeds During Brake Apply due to moisture build up on the rotors.

SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:ANTILOCK:ABS WARNING LIGHT

  • TSB #PIT-5457-A

    NHTSA ID #10078683

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN, AND COMPLETING A WIRING REPAIR. THE VEHICLE MAY HAVE A SERVICE ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM, TRACTION CONTROL, POWER STEERING OR SUSPENSIO

  • TSB #PIT-5307-C

    NHTSA ID #10078606

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE HA SA SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM LIGHT OR SERVICE SUSPENSION MESSAGE, MISFIRE, HESITATION, NO C

SERVICE BRAKES, AIR:DISC:ROTOR

  • TSB #18NA038

    NHTSA ID #10137322

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the rear brake rotors to correct a condition of Squeak/Squeal Type Noise Heard at Low Speeds During Brake Apply due to moisture build up on the rotors.

SERVICE BRAKES, AIR:ANTILOCK

  • TSB #PIT3271J

    NHTSA ID #10168960

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about changing the tire and wheel size on vehicles. General Motors will only support a tire calibration for tires that have been sized, tested and designed fo

SERVICE BRAKES, AIR:ANTILOCK:ABS WARNING LIGHT

  • TSB #PIT-5457-A

    NHTSA ID #10078683

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN, AND COMPLETING A WIRING REPAIR. THE VEHICLE MAY HAVE A SERVICE ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM, TRACTION CONTROL, POWER STEERING OR SUSPENSIO

  • TSB #PIT-5307-C

    NHTSA ID #10078606

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE HA SA SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM LIGHT OR SERVICE SUSPENSION MESSAGE, MISFIRE, HESITATION, NO C

PARKING BRAKE

  • TSB #PIT5507E

    NHTSA ID #10141372

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and/or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with Ul

  • TSB #PI1410B

    NHTSA ID #10137680

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information regarding the normal characteristic of instrument panel red brake light intermittently comes on.

  • TSB #PIT5206E

    NHTSA ID #10100046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING AND REPAIRING VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE UNWANTED GRADE BRAKING, REDUCED ENGINE POWER WITH NO DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER MESSAGES ¿ BR

PARKING BRAKE:CONVENTIONAL

  • TSB #PIT-5507

    NHTSA ID #10078875

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH ULTRASONIC PARK ASSIST SYSTEM REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE UD5 OR UD7 WITH A DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE U0159 SET IN THE INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER A

PARKING BRAKE:CONVENTIONAL:MECHANICAL:LINKAGE AND CABLE

  • TSB #19NA137

    NHTSA ID #10164119

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to add PET tape to the brake cables if the cause of the customers concern.

  • TSB #19NA137

    NHTSA ID #10163253

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to add PET tape to the brake cables if the cause of the customers concern.

ENGINE (PWS)

  • TSB #19NA212

    NHTSA ID #10169315

    This diagnostic tip provides a procedure to aid in performing a diagnostic test to verify if the camshaft alignment pin has been sheared away.

  • TSB #18NA137

    NHTSA ID #10169309

    This Bulletin provides information for rebuilding fuel injectors in the event of an underhood fuel odor and/or extended cranking condition.

  • TSB #PIP5540E

    NHTSA ID #10167437

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician the need to inspect the induction system for potential icing issues in very cold ambient temperatures. To allow the ice to melt so that it can be drained from the related component

  • TSB #N182198000

    NHTSA ID #10163854

    N182198000 - Special Coverage Adjustment - Certain vehicles, equipped with a 5.3L or 6.2L engine, may have a condition which affects fuel injector function. Under certain circumstances one or more of the vehicle?s fuel injectors may deliver

  • TSB #090604026Q

    NHTSA ID #10163266

    This informational bulletin provides information on identifying Non-GM Engine Calibrations for Gasoline Engines using the Tech 2 or GDS 2.

  • TSB #19NA036

    NHTSA ID #10163213

    This Bulletin provides the technician with information on how to perform a oil consumption test and a procedure to replace the pistons if found the cause of the oil consumption.

  • TSB #PIP5298B

    NHTSA ID #10161047

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a Service Engine Soon light with a Diagnostic Trouble code P0300 set. There may be a rough running engine associated with this concern. If service informa

  • TSB #19NA036

    NHTSA ID #10161887

    This Bulletin provides the technician with information on how to perform a oil consumption test and a procedure to replace the pistons if found the cause of the oil consumption.

  • TSB #PIP5640

    NHTSA ID #10160987

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician to not remove the torque converter bolts and start the engine as this may cause damage to the torque converter of the crankshaft on vehicles equipped with an

  • TSB #PIP5644

    NHTSA ID #10160988

    This Preliminary information communicates Check Engine Light on and vehicle runs rough.  This condidtion will occur within the first 5 minutes after the vehicle is started.  his condition may be caused by a software anomaly that allows all

  • TSB #PIP5226C

    NHTSA ID #10160983

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about finding needle bearings during an oil change. Technician will gain access to the roller rockers to inspect them. Only replace the roller rocker that is

  • TSB #140604004E

    NHTSA ID #10160134

    This informational bulletin explains the normal noises an engine may make when the ambient temperature outside is cold or the vehicle has sat for a few hours.

  • TSB #PIP5569A

    NHTSA ID #10160690

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer an issue where the vehicle's engine may crank over unprompted and not start afterward. This is the result of hooking up the Active Fuel Injector Tool incorrectly on vehicles equipped

  • TSB #17NA166

    NHTSA ID #10160087

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to measure vibration and install engine mounts to correct a Rough Idle in Drive concern.

  • TSB #PIP5423B (1)

    NHTSA ID #10160648

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0106 and P0506. Technician wil

  • TSB #PIP5423A

    NHTSA ID #10160640

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0106 and P0506. Technician wil

  • TSB #PIP4670F

    NHTSA ID #10160633

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about a no start or another concern after swapping an Engine Control Module or other modules from one vehicle to another. The Global Architecture electrical s

  • TSB #19NA036

    NHTSA ID #10158835

    This Bulletin provides the technician with information on how to perform a oil consumption test and a procedure to replace the pistons if found the cause of the oil consumption.

  • TSB #16NA111

    NHTSA ID #10158781

    This informational bulletin provides diagnostic/inspection information for the air box and air filter seal to correct a MIL and DTCs P0420 and P0430 setting.

  • TSB #PIP5427B

    NHTSA ID #10156913

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P2635, U0074 and or U18A2. Techn

  • TSB #150601002H

    NHTSA ID #10158866

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to repair the valve lifter oil manifold and/or lifters to correct the customers concern of engine misfire, ticking noise and/or MIL on.

  • TSB #19NA044

    NHTSA ID #10158838

    This informational bulletin provides information on a normal engine operating condition for faster emission warm up time.

  • TSB #16NA339

    NHTSA ID #10155046

    This informational bulletin aids the technician on diagnosing possible vibrations in a vehicle, methods used for testing each scenario and documenting findings.

  • TSB #PIT5350B

    NHTSA ID #10151879

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that there have been some reports that the current engine hours are not correct and display 0.0. Technician will need to program the Instrument Panel Cluster using Service Pr

  • TSB #PIP5298A

    NHTSA ID #10151864

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a Service Engine Soon light with a Diagnostic Trouble code P0300 set. There may be a rough running engine associated with this concern. If service informa

  • TSB #PIP5609

    NHTSA ID #10151817

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer an issue where the vehicle's service engine soon light may illuminate due to trouble codes P0601-P0604, P0606, P062B, P062F, P0630, P16F3, or P262B . The dealer is to inspect the engin

  • TSB #PIP5159C

    NHTSA ID #10149051

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on and Diagnostic Trouble Code P0300 - P0308  may set. Technician will inspect f

  • TSB #PIP5163D

    NHTSA ID #10144451

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about engine block of possible cylinder bore damage, scoring or out of round as the possible cause of engine oil consumption, misfire, cylinder leakage or blo

  • TSB #PIP5121C

    NHTSA ID #10143459

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have the oil pressure gauge jumps from approximately 40 lb. to 60 lb. The 4.3L (LV3), 5.3L (L83), 6.2L (L86) engines are equipped with a t

  • TSB #PIP5373B

    NHTSA ID #10143429

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps on how to program an Engine Control Module when getting a Service Programming System error code E4491 or E4423. In some cases Techline Customer Support Center may

  • TSB #060089031E

    NHTSA ID #10137383

    This informational bulletin provides information on OEM and Remanufactured Engine and Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Identification.

  • TSB #PIT5391D

    NHTSA ID #10137188

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a no crank or a start and then immediate stall, Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator lamp may not be on

  • TSB #18NA073

    NHTSA ID #10137301

    This Bulletin provides graphics, information and guidelines for engine component wear that require repair and not engine replacement.

  • TSB #16NA338

    NHTSA ID #10137283

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers required to contact the PQC for engine or transmission assembly replacement and explains the PQC process, GWM Transaction submission, vehicle service record retention and proper handling of asse

  • TSB #090604015C

    NHTSA ID #10137343

    This informational bulletin provides a revision for 09-06-04-015B (Vehicles Sitting Outside on Dealer Lots for Extended Periods with Hard Start/No Start Condition) to add the 2015-2018 model years.

  • TSB #PIP5555A

    NHTSA ID #10129895

    This Preliminary information communicatesA vehicle has DTC P06DD setting. (This PI applies to vehicles that have either an original or replacement oil pump).The oil pump control solenoid may be damaged or broke.

  • TSB #PIP5555

    NHTSA ID #10129891

    This Preliminary information communicatesA vehicle has DTC P06DD setting. (This PI applies to vehicles that have either an original or replacement oil pump).The oil pump control solenoid may be damaged or broke .

  • TSB #090604026N

    NHTSA ID #10137344

    This informational bulletin provides information on identifying Non-GM Engine Calibrations for Gasoline Engines using the Tech 2 or GDS 2 9U.S. and Canada

  • TSB #PIP5226B

    NHTSA ID #10129097

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about finding needle bearings during an oil change. Technician will gain access to the roller rockers to inspect them. Only replace the roller rocker that is

  • TSB #PIP5540A

    NHTSA ID #10129073

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician the need to inspect the induction system for potential icing issues in very cold ambient temperatures. To allow the ice to melt so that it can be drained from the related component

  • TSB #PIP5308B

    NHTSA ID #10129065

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with the Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician should follow published Service Information diagnostics that will lead t

  • TSB #PIP5337J

    NHTSA ID #10125137

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

  • TSB #PIT5202D

    NHTSA ID #10125113

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with 6L80 Regular Production Option Code (MYC), 6L90 Regular Production Option Code (MYD) or 8L90 Regular Production Option C

  • TSB #150089005A

    NHTSA ID #10134594

    This warranty administration bulletin provides dealership personnel with policy and procedure requirements for essential tools that include consumable parts (U.S. Only).

  • TSB #PIT5521A

    NHTSA ID #10157029

    This preliminary information communicates a Diagnostic Tip for a Service Trailer Brake Message with DTC C111B C1112 C1113 C1114 advising to address any battery issues first before any in depth diagnostics are done.

  • TSB #PIT5350A

    NHTSA ID #10157023

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that there have been some reports that the current engine hours are not correct and display 0.0. Technician will need to program the Instrument Panel Cluster using Service Pr

  • TSB #070601016D

    NHTSA ID #10159574

    This informational bulletin provides information on Internal Engine Noise or Damage After Oil Filter Replacement.

  • TSB #PIP5163C

    NHTSA ID #10137727

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about engine block of possible cylinder bore damage, scoring or out of round as the possible cause of engine oil consumption, misfire, cylinder leakage or blo

  • TSB #PIT5308B

    NHTSA ID #10114070

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #00-06-01-012G

    NHTSA ID #10137601

    This informational bulletin advises the possible issues that may occur using a scotch brite pad or highly abrasive disk on engine surfaces.

  • TSB #17-NA-157

    NHTSA ID #10137653

    This informational bulletin explains the difference in oil filters and the possibilities of what may happen using the incorrect filter.

  • TSB #PIP5029H

    NHTSA ID #10113418

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Malfunction Indicator Lamp on or engine misfire, rough idle, extended crank, or crank no start in some cases. Technician will need

  • TSB #PIP3119N

    NHTSA ID #10113325

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on at low mileage. Technician may find Diagnostic

  • TSB #PIP4138P

    NHTSA ID #10111737

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on, engine misfire, and/or engine noise. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code

  • TSB #PIP5252A

    NHTSA ID #10111729

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the engine may run hot with the snow plow installed. Do not exceed 64 kilometers per hour / 40 miles per hour with a snow plow mounted to

  • TSB #PIT5391C

    NHTSA ID #10111709

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a no crank or a start and then immediate stall, Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator lamp may not be on

  • TSB #PIP5163B

    NHTSA ID #10114831

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about engine block that have a possible cylinder bore damage, scoring or out of round as the possible cause of engine oil consumption, misfire, cylinder leaka

  • TSB #PIP5382F

    NHTSA ID #10114817

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Dealer will con

  • TSB #PIP5423

    NHTSA ID #10099878

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ON. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES P0106 AND P0506. TECHNICIAN WIL

  • TSB #PIP5282A

    NHTSA ID #10099532

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT THE CALCULATION AND OPERATION OF THE ENGINE OIL LIFE MONITOR. THE MONITOR CALCULATES THE PERCENT OF OIL LIFE REMAINING, BASED ON 3 PATHWAYS. THE FIRST PATHWAY FOR OIL L

  • TSB #PIP5427

    NHTSA ID #10099961

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE A SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ON. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES P2635, U0074 AND OR U18A2. TECHN

  • TSB #PIP5211F

    NHTSA ID #10099468

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS NEEDED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES WITH A ROUGH IDLE AND/OR VIBRATION AT IDLE IN DRIVE. THIS CONDITION WILL NOT BE PRESENT IN PARK, OR NEUTRAL.

  • TSB #PIT5206E

    NHTSA ID #10100046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING AND REPAIRING VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE UNWANTED GRADE BRAKING, REDUCED ENGINE POWER WITH NO DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER MESSAGES ¿ BR

  • TSB #PIP5382E

    NHTSA ID #10099769

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT GENERATION 5 ENGINES WITH REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE L83, L86, OR LV3 MAY HAVE AN OIL CONSUMPTION CONCERN WERE ONE QUART IN 2000 MILES IS BEING USED. DEALER WILL CON

  • TSB #PIE0376

    NHTSA ID #10118989

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from the field on vehicles with the condition of a check engine light illuminated and a DTC of P0751, in addition the vehicles have less then 5,000 miles.

  • TSB #PI1394A

    NHTSA ID #10082869

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON HOW TO INSTALL PISTONS AND SUGGEST WHAT TOOLS TO USE.

  • TSB #PIP5411A

    NHTSA ID #10083180

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE HESITATION OR A STALLING CONDITION WHILE IN AMBIENT TEMPERATURES 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CO

  • TSB #PIT5307D

    NHTSA ID #10083249

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP, SERVICE SUSPENSION SYSTEM M

  • TSB #PIP5337E

    NHTSA ID #10083126

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SHAKE OR SHUDDER DURING LIGHT THROTTLE ACCELERATION, BETWEEN 30 AND 65 MPH STEADY STATE DRIVI

  • TSB #030603004R

    NHTSA ID #10082822

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON HOW TO TEST A BATTERY AND WHAT IS NEEDED TO WARRANTY A BATTERY.

  • TSB #PIP5382C

    NHTSA ID #10083140

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT GENERATION 5 ENGINES WITH REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE L83, L86, OR LV3 MAY HAVE AN OIL CONSUMPTION CONCERN WERE ONE QUART IN 2000 MILES IS BEING USED. DEALER WILL CON

  • TSB #000601012F

    NHTSA ID #10082814

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION TO GM DEALERS ON THE CORRECT CLEANING METHODS WHEN CLEANING ENGINE GASKET SEALING SURFACES.

  • TSB #000601026I

    NHTSA ID #10082820

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETINS PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE INTAKE MANIFOLD INSPECTION/REPLACEMENT AFTER SERVERE INTERNAL ENGINE DAMAGE.

  • TSB #00-06-01-026H

    NHTSA ID #10126063

    This informational bulletin provides information on intake manifold inspection/replacement after severe internal engine damage.

  • TSB #16-NA-222

    NHTSA ID #10100822

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO AN ENGINE DUE TO LACK OF MAINTENANCE.

  • TSB #PIP5395A

    NHTSA ID #10081043

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE RATTLE OR TICKING NOISE THAT IS LOUDER INSIDE THE VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE. THE NOISE MAY ALSO SOUND LIKE A L

  • TSB #PIP5407

    NHTSA ID #10080702

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P06DD OR NO OR LOW OIL PRESSURE. TECHNICIAN WILL REPLACE TIMING CHAIN TENSIONER G

  • TSB #PIP5211E

    NHTSA ID #10080684

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS NEEDED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES WITH A ROUGH IDLE AND/OR VIBRATION AT IDLE IN DRIVE. THIS CONDITION WILL NOT BE PRESENT IN PARK, OR NEUTRAL.

  • TSB #PIP5337D

    NHTSA ID #10080661

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEP TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SHAKE OR SHUDDER DURING LIGHT THROTTLE ACCELERATION, BETWEEN 30 AND 65 MPH STEADY STATE DRIVIN

  • TSB #09-06-04-026M

    NHTSA ID #10114105

    This informational bulletin provides information on identifying non-GM (aftermarket) engine calibrations for gasoline engines using Tech 2 or GDS 2.

  • TSB #SB-15-06-01-002C

    NHTSA ID #10078567

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE VALVE LIFTER OIL MANIFOLD AND AFFECTED BANK OF AFM LIFTERS TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN ON A MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP (MIL) ON AND/OR AN ENGINE MISFIRE/TICK NOISE WITH DTC P0300

  • TSB #PIP-5308-A

    NHTSA ID #10078747

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT IS ON, AND THE ENGINE HAS LOW OIL PRESSURE.

  • TSB #PIP5308A

    NHTSA ID #10083855

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT IS ON, AND THE ENGINE HAS LOW OIL PRESSURE.

  • TSB #PIP5189B

    NHTSA ID #10083782

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF BLACK SMOKE WHEN STARTING THE VEHICLE AFTER SITTING.

  • TSB #PIE-1250-E

    NHTSA ID #10078564

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE INTRODUCTION OF THE ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS - PROACTIVE ALERTS AVAILABLE ON MANY MODELS.

  • TSB #SB-07-06-01-016C

    NHTSA ID #10078504

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION INTERNAL ENGINE NOISE OR DAMAGE AFTER OIL FILTER REPLACEMENT

  • TSB #PIP-5382-B

    NHTSA ID #10078610

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION HAS THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN OF EXCESSIVE OIL CONSUMPTION FOR THE GENERATION 5 ENGINE. DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR THE TECHNICIAN TO GATHER PRIOR TO CONTACTING THE PRODUCT Q

  • TSB #PIP5382B

    NHTSA ID #10083849

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION HAS THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN OF EXCESSIVE OIL CONSUMPTION FOR THE GENERATION 5 ENGINE. DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR THE TECHNICIAN TO GATHER PRIOR TO CONTACTING THE PRODUCT Q

  • TSB #PIT-5307-C

    NHTSA ID #10078606

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE HA SA SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM LIGHT OR SERVICE SUSPENSION MESSAGE, MISFIRE, HESITATION, NO C

  • TSB #09-06-04-026L

    NHTSA ID #10112819

    This informational bulletin provides information on Identifying Non-GM (Aftermarket) Engine Calibrations for Gasoline Engines Using Tech 2® or GDS 2 (U.S. and Canada)

  • TSB #PI1250D

    NHTSA ID #10112820

    This preliminat informational bulletin provides information on the proactive alert advanced diagnostics. Proactive Alert monitors the Engine Cranking system and the Fuel Delivery system and if either one of these monitored systems triggers

  • TSB #PIT5206D

    NHTSA ID #10113950

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps on diagnosing and repairing vehicles that may have unwanted grade braking, reduced engine power with no Driver Information Center messages ? Br

  • TSB #PIP5382A

    NHTSA ID #10113933

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Dealer will con

  • TSB #PIT5232B

    NHTSA ID #10113924

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps to diagnose and repair the concern of the display is showing 32° F (0° C) after a battery or reprogramming a module. The outside temperature will be

  • TSB #PIP5130H

    NHTSA ID #10113913

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician how to diagnose and repair a vehicle with an engine that runs with an intermittent crank no start with a Diagnostic Trouble Code P0011 or P00C6 current or his

  • TSB #PIP5382

    NHTSA ID #10113904

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Technician will

  • TSB #PIP5337B

    NHTSA ID #10096070

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEP TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SHAKE OR SHUDDER DURING LIGHT THROTTLE ACCELERATION, BETWEEN 30 AND 65 MPH STEADY STATE DRIVIN

  • TSB #PIP5130G

    NHTSA ID #10095945

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR A VEHICLE WITH AN ENGINE THAT RUNS WITH AN INTERMITTENT CRANK NO START WITH A DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0011 OR P00C6 CURRENT OR HIS

  • TSB #PIP5230C

    NHTSA ID #10096033

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN BEFORE REPLACING THE CRANKSHAFT TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING. DEALER SHOULD COMPLETE THE SERVICE INFORMATION DIAGNOSTICS AND THE COST COMPARISON WORKSHEET FOR ASSEMBLY REPAIR VS R

  • TSB #16-NA-027

    NHTSA ID #10116864

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace 4-5-6 clutch hub to correct a condition of No Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Gears and/or Malfunction indicator Lamp Illuminated with DTC P0796

  • TSB #PIP5211D

    NHTSA ID #10075739

    Some customers may comment about a rough idle and/or vibration at idle in Drive. This condition may be most noticeable following extended driving, while idling at a stop in Drive. May feel like a lopey or lumpy idle, or may be described a

  • TSB #06-06-01-010C

    NHTSA ID #10112272

    This informational bulletin provides information on close coupled converters and there affect on newly installed engines or engines during there break in period.

  • TSB #PIP5357

    NHTSA ID #10115002

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with engine oil consumption. If published Service Information for oil consumption with no fix. Remove the vacuum line from the back of the vacu

  • TSB #15-06-01-002B

    NHTSA ID #10137253

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of engine misfire/tick noise, Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) On, DTC P0300 set.

  • TSB #PIP5344

    NHTSA ID #10075411

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

  • TSB #PIP5179B

    NHTSA ID #10114926

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have extended or long crank time during cold ambient air temperatures. Direct Injection systems run at higher pressures, and the mechanica

  • TSB #PIT5202C

    NHTSA ID #10114883

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with 6L80 Regular Production Option Code (MYC), 6L90 Regular Production Option Code (MYD) or 8L90 Regular Production Option C

  • TSB #PIP5199A

    NHTSA ID #10114889

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with a crankshaft balancer appears to be out of balance or wobbling while watching it with the engine running. Technician will need to check cr

  • TSB #PIT5467

    NHTSA ID #10127244

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that the engine idle hours are incorrect and the engine hours are correct. Engineering is aware of this issue and working on a fix.

  • TSB #PIT5448B

    NHTSA ID #10127203

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician with a tip when the vehicle stops running after it has been idling for 2.5 hours. This is normal operation of the vehicle built with regular production code BTM and without R

  • TSB #PIT5448B

    NHTSA ID #10075422

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

  • TSB #PIP5230B

    NHTSA ID #10114656

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician before replacing the crankshaft to review the following. Dealer should complete the Service Information diagnostics and the Cost Comparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vs.

  • TSB #PIP-5230-B

    NHTSA ID #10059065

    GMC/CHEVROLET/CADILLAC: INFORMATION PROVIDED ON SOME VEHICLES AND SUV, FOR REPLACEMENT OF CRANKSHAFT, FOR ENGINE REPAIR AND OIL TANK AND LINES WOULD BE REPLACED ON DRY SUMP ENGINES WHEN REPAIRING AND/OR REPLACING. MODEL 2014-16 CORVETTE,

  • TSB #SB-00-06-01-026G

    NHTSA ID #10059095

    GENERAL MOTORS: IN SOME VEHICLES AND TRUCKS, WHEN TRANSFERRING INTAKE MANIFOLD TO REPLACE AN ENGINE LONG SERVICE BLOCK, DUE TO INTERNAL DAMAGE, EXTREME CAUTION MUST BE TAKEN FOR COMPONENT DEBRIS VIA BROKEN, BENT OR MISSING INTAKE VALVES.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

  • TSB #PIT5447C

    NHTSA ID #10167459

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps needed to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a rattle noise from the dash. Technician will need to inspect for the rear heater pipes cont

  • TSB #N182202780 01

    NHTSA ID #10167479

    N182202780 01 - Special Coverage. Certain Vehicles may have a condition where customers may experience increased brake pedal effort, hardbrake pedal, and/or potentially increased stopping distance. The condition is more prevalent at low s

  • TSB #010601011K

    NHTSA ID #10168205

    This informational bulletin provides guidelines and diagnostic/repair information to technicians regarding vehicle engine oil consumption.

  • TSB #PIP5407B

    NHTSA ID #10165914

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have Diagnostic Trouble Code P06DD or no or low oil pressure. Technician will replace timing chain tensioner g

  • TSB #19NA219

    NHTSA ID #10166659

    This diagnostic tip provides additional information on how to diagnose a possible valve, lifter or camshaft issue.

  • TSB #19NA212

    NHTSA ID #10166635

    This diagnostic tip provides information to the tech to aid in performing a diagnostic test to verify if the camshaft alignment pin has been sheared away.

  • TSB #17NA166

    NHTSA ID #10166640

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to measure vibration and install engine mounts to correct a Rough Idle in Drive concern.

  • TSB #PIP5407A

    NHTSA ID #10164789

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have Diagnostic Trouble Code P06DD or no or low oil pressure. Technician will replace timing chain tensioner g

  • TSB #090604026R

    NHTSA ID #10165124

    This bulletin provides information on identifying Non-GM Engine Calibrations for Gasoline Engines using the Tech 2 or GDS 2.

  • TSB #000601026M

    NHTSA ID #10165121

    This informational bulletin provides information on replacing the intake manifold when the engine is replaced after severe internal engine damage.

  • TSB #070601016F

    NHTSA ID #10165122

    This informational bulletin provides information on Internal Engine Noise or Damage After Oil Filter Replacement.

  • TSB #PIP5540D

    NHTSA ID #10154306

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician the need to inspect the induction system for potential icing issues in very cold ambient temperatures. To allow the ice to melt so that it can be drained from the related component

  • TSB #PIP5628

    NHTSA ID #10154299

    This Preliminary information communicates information that will need to be provided to TAC to aid in diagnosing if a vehicle comes in with misfire and DTC Codes P0300 - P0308 and/or P050D

  • TSB #PIP5554A

    NHTSA ID #10154276

    This Preliminary information communicates P0016 setting after internal engire repair. The engine Base timing is not being set correctly. The information in this PI will be helpful in setting the timing in the vehicle.  

  • TSB #PI1513F

    NHTSA ID #10155058

    This preliminary information bulletin provides a procedure for radiator and engine coolant thermostat replacement to eliminate coolant smell and/or a slight leak at the radiator.

  • TSB #PIP5503A

    NHTSA ID #10154577

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer additional information on checking for the engne crankcase being overfull on oil causing an engine vibration concern. The technician is advised to inspect for contaminnants and adjust

  • TSB #PIP5540B

    NHTSA ID #10154566

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician the need to inspect the induction system for potential icing issues in very cold ambient temperatures. To allow the ice to melt so that it can be drained from the related component

  • TSB #PIP5382K

    NHTSA ID #10154553

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Dealer will con

  • TSB #PIT5448D

    NHTSA ID #10145470

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician with a tip when the vehicle stops running after it has been idling for 2.5 hours. This is normal operation of the vehicle built with regular production code BTM and without R

  • TSB #PIP5498K

    NHTSA ID #10143438

    This Preliminary information communicates. A vehicle may have a concern ofDTCP050D setting along with a P0300 after a cold start up. White smoke and/or coolant odor may come from exhaust for an extended period of time at cold start as well

  • TSB #PIP5498J

    NHTSA ID #10143424

    This Preliminary information communicates. A vehicle may have a concern of DTCP050D setting along with a P0300 after a cold start up. White smoke and/or coolant odor may come from exhaust for an extended period of time at cold start as wel

  • TSB #PIP5569

    NHTSA ID #10141364

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer an issue where the vehicle's engine may crank over unprompted and not start afterward. This is the result of hooking up the Active Fuel Injector Tool incorrectly on vehicles equip

  • TSB #PIP5498H

    NHTSA ID #10141365

    This Preliminary information communicates A vehicle may have a concern of DTCP050D setting along with a P0300 after a cold start up. White smoke and/or coolant odor may come from exhaust for an extended period of time at cold start as well

  • TSB #PIT5308C

    NHTSA ID #10137521

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #18NA125

    NHTSA ID #10137589

    This informational bulletin provides information for engine oil life monitor operation calculation.

  • TSB #PIT5245C

    NHTSA ID #10129064

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the blower motor may be noisy or vibrate when running. This concern will only occur when the temperatures is below 32 degrees Fahrenheit a

  • TSB #PIP4578B

    NHTSA ID #10126975

    This PI was superseded to update model years and add information concerning idle surge, reduced engine power mode, and/or DTCs P0068, P0121, P1516, P2101, P2119, and/or P2176 that may be experienced on high mileage vehicles. Please discard

  • TSB #150601002F

    NHTSA ID #10139184

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to repair the valve lifter oil manifold and/or lifters to correct the customers concern of engine misfire, ticking noise and/or MIL on.

  • TSB #PIP5498E

    NHTSA ID #10126956

    This Preliminary information communicates A vehicle may have a concern of DTCP050D setting along with a P0300 after a cold start up. White smoke and/or coolant odor may come from exhaust for an extended period of time at cold start as well

  • TSB #010601011J

    NHTSA ID #10139088

    This informational bulletin provides guidelines and diagnostic/repair information to technicians regarding vehicle engine oil consumption.

  • TSB #PIP5382J

    NHTSA ID #10157037

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Dealer will con

  • TSB #PI1513E

    NHTSA ID #10159628

    This preliminary information bulletin provides a procedure for radiator and engine coolant thermostat replacement to eliminate coolant smell and/or a slight leak at the radiator.

  • TSB #000601012H

    NHTSA ID #10159569

    This informational bulletin advises the possible issues that may occur using a scotch brite pad or highly abrasive disk on gasket sealing surfaces or reused parts.

  • TSB #00-06-01-026J

    NHTSA ID #10140293

    This informational bulletin provides information on Intake Manifold Inspection/Replacement After Severe Internal Engine Damage.

  • TSB #PIP5330B

    NHTSA ID #10118267

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a coolant loss and/or coolant odor after driving the vehicle. Technician will need to test the cooling system looking for leaks at th

  • TSB #PI1513D

    NHTSA ID #10114055

    This preliminary information bulletin provides a procedure for radiator and engine coolant thermostat replacement to eliminate coolant smell and/or a slight leak at the radiator.

  • TSB #PIT5448C

    NHTSA ID #10113336

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician with a tip when the vehicle stops running after it has been idling for 2.5 hours. This is normal operation of the vehicle built with regular production code BTM and without R

  • TSB #PIP5330A

    NHTSA ID #10113291

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a coolant loss and/or coolant odor after driving the vehicle. Technician will need to test the cooling system looking for leaks at th

  • TSB #PIE0388

    NHTSA ID #10138013

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of a MIL or a engine misfire due to a loose spark plug wire.

  • TSB #PIP4786C

    NHTSA ID #10083080

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE LOW OIL PRESSURE MESSAGE. TECHNICIAN MAY ALSO FIND A DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0521 IN THE ENGINE CONTROL MODULE. TECHNICIAN SHOUL

  • TSB #16NA249

    NHTSA ID #10082447

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN EXPLAINS A POSSIBLE NORMAL WHINING NOISE FROM THE BALANCE SHAFT CHAIN IF THE VEHICLE HAS LESS THAN 10,000 MILES ON IT.

  • TSB #15-06-01-002D

    NHTSA ID #10100806

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE VALVE LIFTER OIL MANIFOLD AND THE LIFTERS TO CORRECT THE CUSTOMERS CONCERN OF ENGINE MISFIRE, TICK NOISE AND MIL ON.

  • TSB #PIE0350B

    NHTSA ID #10116892

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from the field on vehicles that have a concern on Bang or Loud Noise with No Forward (Drive) or Reverse Ranges

  • TSB #01-06-01-011I

    NHTSA ID #10126395

    This informational bulletin provides guidelines and diagnostic/repair information to technicians regarding vehicle engine oil consumption.

  • TSB #PIP5330

    NHTSA ID #10127234

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a coolant loss and/or coolant odor after driving the vehicle. Technician will need to test the cooling system looking for leaks at th

  • TSB #PIP5323

    NHTSA ID #10127175

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with misfires or roughness on cold start up. Technician may find a Diagnostic Trouble Code P0300 stored. Technician will add coolant dye to the

  • TSB #00-06-01-026G

    NHTSA ID #10113792

    This informational bulletin provides information to technicians regarding intake manifold inspection/replacement after severe internal engine damage.

  • TSB #15-00-89-004A

    NHTSA ID #10113658

    This informational bulletin provides technicians with updated information to help identify the differences between what is considered a fluid leak, and what is considered seepage.

  • TSB #00-06-01-026F

    NHTSA ID #10113657

    This informational bulletin provides information to technicians regarding intake manifold inspection/replacement after severe internal engine damage.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINE

  • TSB #09-06-04-026K

    NHTSA ID #10138146

    This informational bulletin supplies infomation for identifying non-GM (Aftermarket) engine calibrations for gasoline engines using Tech 2® or GDS 2 (U.S. and Canada).

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINE:TURBO-CHARGER

  • TSB #PI0653E

    NHTSA ID #10139284

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information on Damaged, Disassembled or Improperly Packaged Turbochargers Returned to Warranty Part Center.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:DIESEL

  • TSB #030604017I

    NHTSA ID #10082823

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN EXPLAINS THE USE OF DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVES IN AN ENGINE, ARE NOT REQUIRED UNLESS THE CUSTOMER DESIRES ADDITIVES TO PREVENT FUEL CONCERNS DEPENDING ON FUEL OR TEMPERATURE RELATED CONDITIONS.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:OTHER FUEL TYPES:TURBO-CHARGER

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:COOLING SYSTEM:RADIATOR ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #19NA104

    NHTSA ID #10163237

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians and customers on steam/vapor coming from the front grille or radiator area.

  • TSB #PI1513D

    NHTSA ID #10114055

    This preliminary information bulletin provides a procedure for radiator and engine coolant thermostat replacement to eliminate coolant smell and/or a slight leak at the radiator.

  • TSB #PI1513C

    NHTSA ID #10114054

    This preliminary information bulletin provides a procedure for radiator and engine coolant thermostat replacement to eliminate coolant smell and/or a slight leak at the radiator.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM

  • TSB #16NA383

    NHTSA ID #10161932

    This informational bulletin advises of a new fuel injection kit used for decarbonizing the intake valves, and explains how toptier fuels should be used to reduce carbon build up.

  • TSB #060605001H

    NHTSA ID #10158860

    This informational bulletin explains the normal characteristics of exhaust noise during active fuel management when in Three or Four Cylinder Mode.

  • TSB #PIP5442

    NHTSA ID #10114829

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an exhaust leak, noisy exhaust, or noise mid-vehicle. Technician will need to check for an unseated pipe to pipe mid-joint connection

  • TSB #SB-06-06-05-001G

    NHTSA ID #10078424

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON CHANGES IN EXHAUST TONE FOR ACTIVE FUEL MANAGEMENT ENGINES WHEN IN THREE OR FOUR CYLINDER MODE.

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:EMISSION CONTROL

  • TSB #PIP4925B

    NHTSA ID #10154552

    This preliminary information document communicates a tip on the way to diagnose possible induction or exhaust air leaks using the evaporative emission cart smoke machine and ultrasonic leak detector tools.

  • TSB #PIT4943D

    NHTSA ID #10114954

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code P0442. Technician will need to review T

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:EMISSION CONTROL:CRANKCASE (PCV)

  • TSB #PIP5503

    NHTSA ID #10118273

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer additional information on checking for the engne crankcase being overfull on oil causing an engine vibration concern. The technician is advised to inspect for contaminnants and adjust

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:EMISSION CONTROL:CATALYTIC CONVERTOR

  • TSB #060601010D

    NHTSA ID #10139279

    This informational bulletin explains how the catalytic converters may need an inspection, cleaning or replacement if debris have entered the exhaust system.

  • TSB #PIP3119N

    NHTSA ID #10113325

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on at low mileage. Technician may find Diagnostic

  • TSB #PIP5232C

    NHTSA ID #10113914

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about gasoline powered cars, mid-size trucks, light duty trucks, and heavy duty trucks with premature catalytic converter failures. It is recommended to inspe

  • TSB #PIP5189A

    NHTSA ID #10095974

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE BLACK SMOKE ON A COLD START. A DUAL-PULSE INJECTION STRATEGY IS UTILIZED DURING ENGINE COLD START TO REDUCE THE TIME REQUIRED TO B

  • TSB #PIP5232B

    NHTSA ID #10115143

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about gasoline powered cars, mid-size trucks, light duty trucks, and heavy duty trucks with premature catalytic converter failures. It is recommended to inspe

ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:MANIFOLD/HEADER/MUFFLER/TAIL PIPE

  • TSB #PIT5447B

    NHTSA ID #10113876

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps needed to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a rattle noise from the dash. Technician will need to inspect for the rear heater pipes cont

  • TSB #PIT5532

    NHTSA ID #10111695

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a squeak or chirp type noise from the rear of the vehicle. Technician should use the latest version of PI1201. If the noise is gone r

  • TSB #150601002E

    NHTSA ID #10135248

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to repair the valve lifter oil manifold and/or lifters to correct the customers concern of engine misfire, ticking noise and/or MIL on.

  • TSB #PIT5447A

    NHTSA ID #10096221

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS NEEDED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A RATTLE NOISE FROM THE DASH. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO INSPECT FOR THE REAR HEATER PIPES CONT

  • TSB #SB-00-06-01-026G

    NHTSA ID #10059095

    GENERAL MOTORS: IN SOME VEHICLES AND TRUCKS, WHEN TRANSFERRING INTAKE MANIFOLD TO REPLACE AN ENGINE LONG SERVICE BLOCK, DUE TO INTERNAL DAMAGE, EXTREME CAUTION MUST BE TAKEN FOR COMPONENT DEBRIS VIA BROKEN, BENT OR MISSING INTAKE VALVES.

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE

  • TSB #18NA137

    NHTSA ID #10169309

    This Bulletin provides information for rebuilding fuel injectors in the event of an underhood fuel odor and/or extended cranking condition.

  • TSB #N182198000

    NHTSA ID #10163854

    N182198000 - Special Coverage Adjustment - Certain vehicles, equipped with a 5.3L or 6.2L engine, may have a condition which affects fuel injector function. Under certain circumstances one or more of the vehicle?s fuel injectors may deliver

  • TSB #050604022Q

    NHTSA ID #10163261

    This bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles and the TOP TIER FUELS website URL.

  • TSB #PIP5569A

    NHTSA ID #10160690

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer an issue where the vehicle's engine may crank over unprompted and not start afterward. This is the result of hooking up the Active Fuel Injector Tool incorrectly on vehicles equipped

  • TSB #050604022P

    NHTSA ID #10158858

    This bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles and the TOP TIER FUELS website URL.

  • TSB #PIP5596

    NHTSA ID #10147348

    This Preliminary information communicates that when removing the fuel line jumper hose care should be taken to be sure the line is reinstalled correctly to avoid a no/low fuel pressure situation.

  • TSB #PIP5308B

    NHTSA ID #10129065

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with the Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician should follow published Service Information diagnostics that will lead t

  • TSB #050604022O

    NHTSA ID #10139209

    This informational bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles.

  • TSB #17NA304

    NHTSA ID #10159620

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace both fuel feed lines for a leak and/or noise coming from pulses in the fuel line.

  • TSB #PIP4723C

    NHTSA ID #10157018

    This Preliminary Information communicates to the dealer the process for downloading or updating operating software for the Tire Pressure Monitor, Active Fuel Injector tester, multi media tester, PICO Scope, GR8 starting/charging tester and

  • TSB #PIP5507B

    NHTSA ID #10114082

    This Preliminary information communicatesIn ambient temperatures 100F (37.7 C)degrees or higher, DTCs P2635 and/or P018B may set.The vehicle may also exhibit a hesitation or stalling condition.Excessively Hot and sustained ambient temperatu

  • TSB #PIP5411D

    NHTSA ID #10114076

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #PIP5163B

    NHTSA ID #10114831

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about engine block that have a possible cylinder bore damage, scoring or out of round as the possible cause of engine oil consumption, misfire, cylinder leaka

  • TSB #PIP5411C

    NHTSA ID #10119029

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #050604022N

    NHTSA ID #10135241

    This informational bulletin provides information on the top tier fuels that are recommended in GM vehicles.

  • TSB #05-00-89-072D

    NHTSA ID #10118911

    This informational Bulletin provides Do's and Don'ts for maximizing gasoline engine fuel economy, other various tips and a list of websites for additional information.

  • TSB #SB-16NA-131

    NHTSA ID #10078569

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON VEHICLES DESIGNED TO OPERATE ON GASEOUS FUELS.

  • TSB #PIT4943D

    NHTSA ID #10114954

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code P0442. Technician will need to review T

  • TSB #PIP5325

    NHTSA ID #10127230

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician to help determine if the vehicle is equipped with factory or aftermarket Compressed Natural Gas, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, or Bi-Fuel Systems. Technician will

  • TSB #05-06-04-022M

    NHTSA ID #10138113

    This informational bulletin provides information on TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline and available retail brands.

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #PIP5411B

    NHTSA ID #10099774

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE HESITATION OR A STALLING CONDITION WHILE IN AMBIENT TEMPERATURES 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CO

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY:MOUNTING

  • TSB #PIP5411D

    NHTSA ID #10114076

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:DELIVERY

  • TSB #PIE-1250-E

    NHTSA ID #10078564

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE INTRODUCTION OF THE ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS - PROACTIVE ALERTS AVAILABLE ON MANY MODELS.

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:DELIVERY:FUEL PUMP

  • TSB #PIP5596

    NHTSA ID #10147348

    This Preliminary information communicates that when removing the fuel line jumper hose care should be taken to be sure the line is reinstalled correctly to avoid a no/low fuel pressure situation.

  • TSB #PIP5411F

    NHTSA ID #10123268

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #17NA335

    NHTSA ID #10134616

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the fuel pump to correct the MIL concerns.

  • TSB #PIP5507B

    NHTSA ID #10114082

    This Preliminary information communicatesIn ambient temperatures 100F (37.7 C)degrees or higher, DTCs P2635 and/or P018B may set.The vehicle may also exhibit a hesitation or stalling condition.Excessively Hot and sustained ambient temperatu

  • TSB #PIP5395A

    NHTSA ID #10081043

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE RATTLE OR TICKING NOISE THAT IS LOUDER INSIDE THE VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE. THE NOISE MAY ALSO SOUND LIKE A L

  • TSB #PIP-5395

    NHTSA ID #10078755

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF A RATTLE OR TICKING NOISE THAT IS LOUDER INSIDE THE VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE. INSTRUCTIONS ARE PROVIDED TO INSPECT THE FUEL FE

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:DELIVERY:HOSES, LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGS

  • TSB #PIP5596

    NHTSA ID #10147348

    This Preliminary information communicates that when removing the fuel line jumper hose care should be taken to be sure the line is reinstalled correctly to avoid a no/low fuel pressure situation.

  • TSB #PIP5205A

    NHTSA ID #10083121

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN OF A RATTLE, TICK AND/OR A VIBRATION FROM THE REAR OF THE VEHICLE. THIS COULD BE COMING FROM THE FUEL FEED LINE BETWEEN

  • TSB #PIP5395A

    NHTSA ID #10081043

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE RATTLE OR TICKING NOISE THAT IS LOUDER INSIDE THE VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE. THE NOISE MAY ALSO SOUND LIKE A L

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIP-5189-B

    NHTSA ID #10078744

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF BLACK SMOKE WHEN STARTING THE VEHICLE AFTER SITTING.

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM:FUEL RAIL

  • TSB #PIP5130G

    NHTSA ID #10095945

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR A VEHICLE WITH AN ENGINE THAT RUNS WITH AN INTERMITTENT CRANK NO START WITH A DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE P0011 OR P00C6 CURRENT OR HIS

  • TSB #PIP5279A

    NHTSA ID #10114645

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0089, P127C, P127D, P0192, P0193, P

FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM:INJECTORS

  • TSB #18NA137

    NHTSA ID #10137597

    This Bulletin provides information for rebuilding fuel injectors in the event of an underhood fuel odor and/or extended cranking condition.

  • TSB #16-NA-383

    NHTSA ID #10137635

    This informational bulletin advises of a new fuel injection kit used for decarbonizing the intake valves, and explains how toptier fuels should be used to reduce carbon build up.

  • TSB #04-06-04-051E

    NHTSA ID #10137621

    This informational bulletin provides information for maintenance cleaning of the fuel injectors.

  • TSB #04-06-04-051D

    NHTSA ID #10137620

    This informational bulletin provides information for maintenance cleaning of the fuel injectors.

  • TSB #040604051D

    NHTSA ID #10135240

    This informational bulletin provides information for maintenance cleaning of the fuel injectors.

FUEL SYSTEM, DIESEL

  • TSB #050604022Q

    NHTSA ID #10163261

    This bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles and the TOP TIER FUELS website URL.

  • TSB #050604022P

    NHTSA ID #10158858

    This bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles and the TOP TIER FUELS website URL.

  • TSB #PIT5308C

    NHTSA ID #10137521

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #050604022O

    NHTSA ID #10139209

    This informational bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles.

  • TSB #15-NA-002

    NHTSA ID #10126070

    This bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of fuel odor, fuel leaks from UH SIDI Pipes between High Pressure Pump and Fuel Rails

  • TSB #SB-16NA-131

    NHTSA ID #10078569

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON VEHICLES DESIGNED TO OPERATE ON GASEOUS FUELS.

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER

  • TSB #SB-16NA-131

    NHTSA ID #10078569

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON VEHICLES DESIGNED TO OPERATE ON GASEOUS FUELS.

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #PIT4943D

    NHTSA ID #10114954

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code P0442. Technician will need to review T

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY:PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES

  • TSB #PIP5427B

    NHTSA ID #10156913

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P2635, U0074 and or U18A2. Techn

  • TSB #PIP5427A

    NHTSA ID #10137723

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P2635, U0074 and or U18A2. Techn

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:DELIVERY

  • TSB #PIE-1250-E

    NHTSA ID #10078564

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE INTRODUCTION OF THE ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS - PROACTIVE ALERTS AVAILABLE ON MANY MODELS.

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:DELIVERY:FUEL PUMP

  • TSB #PIP5507A

    NHTSA ID #10114071

    This Preliminary information communicatesIn ambient temperatures 100F (37.7 C)degrees or higher, DTCs P2635 and/or P018B may set.The vehicle may also exhibit a hesitation or stalling condition.Excessively Hot and sustained ambient temperatu

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:DELIVERY:HOSES, LINES/PIPING, AND FITTINGS

  • TSB #PIP5205A

    NHTSA ID #10083121

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN OF A RATTLE, TICK AND/OR A VIBRATION FROM THE REAR OF THE VEHICLE. THIS COULD BE COMING FROM THE FUEL FEED LINE BETWEEN

FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIP5179B

    NHTSA ID #10114926

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have extended or long crank time during cold ambient air temperatures. Direct Injection systems run at higher pressures, and the mechanica

POWER TRAIN

  • TSB #19NA153

    NHTSA ID #10169271

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the torque converter and inspect the front pump and the TEHCM for metal.

  • TSB #PIP5621A

    NHTSA ID #10168978

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer  technician that TAC recommends the utilization of the GDS2 software to aid in diagnosing automatic transmission concerns. TAC is requesting the GDS2 session logs be sent in before the

  • TSB #16NA019

    NHTSA ID #10169298

    Information on Transmission Adaptive Functions and Correcting Low Mileage Harsh Shifts, Slips, or Flares.

  • TSB #990420002K

    NHTSA ID #10168212

    This informational bulletin provides information on Driveline Clunk Noise and what is acceptable and what is considered normal operations.

  • TSB #PIE0529A

    NHTSA ID #10168218

    This engineering information bulletin ends the need for information from the field on an Intermittent No Forward and/or No Reverse While Driving condition. If this condition is encountered, refer to SI for further diagnosis.

  • TSB #16NA338

    NHTSA ID #10168175

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers Not Required and for Dealers Required to Contact the PQC for engine or transmission assembly replacement and explains the PQC process, GWM Transaction submission, vehicle service record retentio

  • TSB #16NA361

    NHTSA ID #10168176

    This informational bulletin explains possible normal condition of a flare from 1st to 2nd, even if the trans had been repaired for the flare and its still noticed.

  • TSB #19NA153

    NHTSA ID #10165104

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the torque converter and inspect the front pump and the TEHCM for metal.

  • TSB #PIE0529

    NHTSA ID #10165135

    This engineering information bulletin is requesting information from the field to validate a field fix. Before contacting engineers, remove the transmission oil pan and inspect for nickel to quarter size pieces of aluminum debris in the oil

  • TSB #18NA355

    NHTSA ID #10163890

    This technical bulletin provides information for new transmission oil to use and a procedure for exchanging the old fluid and adding the new fluid to correct a shake/shudder during light throttle acceleration condition.

  • TSB #19NA142

    NHTSA ID #10164120

    This technical bulletin provides information for new transmission oil to use, a procedure for exchanging the old fluid and adding the new fluid to a service transmission.

  • TSB #PI1344C

    NHTSA ID #10163902

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2016 model year to diagnostic tips and repair information to correct a customer concern of reduced acceleration at low speed and/or transmission slipping from a launch, DTC P0751 set.

  • TSB #16NA338

    NHTSA ID #10163215

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers Not Required and for Dealers Required to Contact the PQC for engine or transmission assembly replacement and explains the PQC process, GWM Transaction submission, vehicle service record retentio

  • TSB #PIT5202E

    NHTSA ID #10162108

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with 6L80 Regular Production Option Code (MYC), 6L90 Regular Production Option Code (MYD) or 8L90 Regular Production Option C

  • TSB #18NA355

    NHTSA ID #10161881

    This technical bulletin provides information for new transmission oil to use and a procedure for exchanging the old fluid and adding the new fluid to correct a shake/shudder during light throttle acceleration condition.

  • TSB #080730035D

    NHTSA ID #10161968

    This bulletin provides information on the harmful effects of water or ethylene glycol in transmission fluid.

  • TSB #18NA355

    NHTSA ID #10158827

    This technical bulletin provides information for new transmission oil to use and a procedure for exchanging the old fluid and adding the new fluid to correct a shake/shudder during light throttle acceleration condition.

  • TSB #16NA338

    NHTSA ID #10154638

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers Not Required and for Dealers Required to Contact the PQC for engine or transmission assembly replacement and explains the PQC process, GWM Transaction submission, vehicle service record retentio

  • TSB #PIP5337K

    NHTSA ID #10154317

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician to refer to bulletin 16-NA-175 to aid in addressing torque converter clutch shudder concerns.

  • TSB #16NA175

    NHTSA ID #10154635

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 40 and 128 KM/H (25 and 80 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #17NA066

    NHTSA ID #10154975

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for automatic transmission Oil Cooler Flush and flow test.

  • TSB #PIT5457C

    NHTSA ID #10143433

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #PIT5308C

    NHTSA ID #10137521

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #080730035C

    NHTSA ID #10137554

    This bulletin provides information on the harmful effects of water or ethylene glycol in transmission fluid.

  • TSB #080730026E

    NHTSA ID #10139179

    This informational bulletin provides information on Some vehicles may rock or move slightly forward or rearward while in Park at start up after cold soak. This condition may be accompanied by a clunk noise. This is a slight movement that is

  • TSB #PIP5337J

    NHTSA ID #10125137

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

  • TSB #040730013D

    NHTSA ID #10139089

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on automatic transmission shift and engine drivability concerns and/or MIL ON due to aftermarket oil bath air filter use.

  • TSB #PIT5202D

    NHTSA ID #10125113

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with 6L80 Regular Production Option Code (MYC), 6L90 Regular Production Option Code (MYD) or 8L90 Regular Production Option C

  • TSB #17336 02 (Bullet

    NHTSA ID #10135138

    17336 02 - Special Coverage (Parts and Service Procedure Revised). On some vehicles, may have a condition where thermal cycling on the combination transmission fluid/oil and AC condenser cooler creates a crack that may allow refrigerant to

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10140300

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 40 and 128 KM/H (25 and 80 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10113985

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 40 and 128 KM/H (25 and 80 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #16-NA-412

    NHTSA ID #10138033

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the ECM to correct multiple transmission concerns.

  • TSB #17-NA-066

    NHTSA ID #10138053

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for automatic transmission Oil Cooler Flush and flow test.

  • TSB #PIP3119N

    NHTSA ID #10113325

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on at low mileage. Technician may find Diagnostic

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10137956

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 48 and 104 KM/H (30 and 65 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #PIP5337G

    NHTSA ID #10114835

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

  • TSB #PIP5437A

    NHTSA ID #10114830

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have harsh concerns. Technician are advised to use GDS2 software to confirm which shift is causing the concern. On low mileage vehicles te

  • TSB #PIP5437

    NHTSA ID #10114825

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have harsh shifts concerns. Technicians will use Global Diagnostic System 2 software to confirm which shift is causing the concern. On low

  • TSB #16NA338

    NHTSA ID #10135274

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers to determine whether or not they need to contact the PQC for an engine, transmission or transfer case assembly replacement and information explaining the PQC process, Global Warranty Management

  • TSB #16NA019

    NHTSA ID #10081880

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES THE PROCEDURES TO COMPLETE A TRANSSMISSION ADAPTIVE LEARN ON ALL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF VEHICLES AND TRANSMISSIONS BASED ON RPO OPTIONS TO CORRECT A CONDITION OF HARSH SHIFTS ON HARD ACCELLERATIONS.

  • TSB #15-NA-007

    NHTSA ID #10112305

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the transmission control module to correct a firm garage shift, start up clunk, and DTC P16F3 condition

  • TSB #16-NA-019

    NHTSA ID #10112288

    This informational buleltin provides information on Transmission Adaptive Functions and Correcting Low Mileage Harsh Shifts, Slips, or Flares and information on transmission fast learns

  • TSB #16-NA-014

    NHTSA ID #10112282

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on replacing the stator shaft support for vehicles with the condition of a delayed engagement after sitting with the engine off.

  • TSB #PIT5405A

    NHTSA ID #10115119

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a reduced power message, steering assist, engine stall or the instrument panel, radio, and or Heater-Vent-Air Conditioning go blank with multiple diagnost

  • TSB #PIT5202C

    NHTSA ID #10114883

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with 6L80 Regular Production Option Code (MYC), 6L90 Regular Production Option Code (MYD) or 8L90 Regular Production Option C

  • TSB #PIP5213D

    NHTSA ID #10114893

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that the part restriction on the 8L45/8L90 8 speed and the LCT1000 6 Speed Allison automatic transmission has ended.

  • TSB #PIP5213C

    NHTSA ID #10114630

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that the LCT1000 6 Speed Allison, 8L90 and 8L45 8 speed automatic transmission as well as the transmission control module is on restriction through General Motors Product Qua

POWER TRAIN:CLUTCH ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #16-NA-364

    NHTSA ID #10111758

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to test and perform a clutch learn procedure to correct delayed clutch engagement.

  • TSB #SB-08-24-15

    NHTSA ID #10059097

    GENERAL MOTORS: PARTS FOR MOST VEHICLES, CLUTCH, MASTER CYLINDER ASSEMBLY ARE, REQUIRED AND REQUESTED, TO BE RETURNED AND NEED TO REORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS USING SAME PART NUMBERS. *PE

POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION

  • TSB #PIE0350C

    NHTSA ID #10094784

    THIS ENGINEERING INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN IS ENDING THE NEED FOR INFORMATION FROM THE FIELD OF VEHICLES WITH THE CONDITION OF BANG OR LOUD NOISE WITH NO FORWARD (DRIVE) OR REVERSE RANGES.

  • TSB #SB-03-07-29-004K

    NHTSA ID #10078434

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF A MANUAL TRANSMISSION.

  • TSB #PIP5248B

    NHTSA ID #10096046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS NEED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE STALLING SHUDDER AND/OR HARD SHIFTING INTO 1ST GEAR OR REVERSE VIBRATION ON LAUNCH (WITH EXCES

POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

  • TSB #080730026F

    NHTSA ID #10165123

    This informational bulletin provides information on Some vehicles may rock or move slightly forward or rearward while in Park at start up after cold soak. This condition may be accompanied by a clunk noise. This is a slight movement that is

  • TSB #060089031E

    NHTSA ID #10137383

    This informational bulletin provides information on OEM and Remanufactured Engine and Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Identification.

  • TSB #16NA338

    NHTSA ID #10137283

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers required to contact the PQC for engine or transmission assembly replacement and explains the PQC process, GWM Transaction submission, vehicle service record retention and proper handling of asse

  • TSB #16NA175

    NHTSA ID #10139218

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 40 and 128 KM/H (25 and 80 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10140300

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 40 and 128 KM/H (25 and 80 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #PIE0376A

    NHTSA ID #10137683

    This engineer informational bulletin ends the need for information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of Check Engine Light Illuminated and DTC P0751 Set on Vehicles Under 5,000 Miles.

  • TSB #17-NA-066

    NHTSA ID #10137640

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for automatic transmission Oil Cooler Flush and flow test.

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10116600

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to flush and drain fluids for the transmission to eliminate a shake and/or shudder during a light throttle acceleration between 48 and 104 KM/H (30 and 65 MPH) at a steady state.

  • TSB #16-NA-338

    NHTSA ID #10116605

    This Bulletin provides guidelines for Dealers required to contact the PQC for engine or transmission assembly replacement and explains the PQC process, GWM Transaction submission, vehicle service record retention and proper handling of asse

  • TSB #16-NA-411

    NHTSA ID #10116550

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the ECM and TCM to correct multiple transmissions concerns.

  • TSB #16-NA-412

    NHTSA ID #10116551

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the ECM to correct multiple transmission concerns.

  • TSB #PIP5337H

    NHTSA ID #10111732

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

  • TSB #PIP5446

    NHTSA ID #10114851

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Harsh Shift 1/2 and 2/3 and Sputter Applying Throttle Between 0 and 30%, Rough idle. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P

  • TSB #PIT5206E

    NHTSA ID #10100046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING AND REPAIRING VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE UNWANTED GRADE BRAKING, REDUCED ENGINE POWER WITH NO DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER MESSAGES ¿ BR

  • TSB #16-NA-014

    NHTSA ID #10097193

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE STATOR SHAFT SUPPORT TO CORRECT CUSTOMER CONCERN ON A DELAYED ENGAGEMENT WHEN THE TRANSMISSION IS SHIFTED FROM PARK TO REVERSE OR PARK TO DRIVE AFTER THE VEHICLE HAS BEEN SITTING W

  • TSB #16-NA-014

    NHTSA ID #10074343

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPLACE THE STATOR SHAFT SUPPORT TO CORRECT CUSTOMER CONCERN ON A DELAYED ENGAGEMENT WHEN THE TRANSMISSION IS SHIFTED FROM PARK TO REVERSE OR PARK TO DRIVE AFTER THE VEHICLE HAS BEEN SITTING W

  • TSB #16-NA-175

    NHTSA ID #10081963

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO FLUSH AND DRAIN THE TRANSMISSION FLUID TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN OF TRANSMISSION SHAKE AND/OR SHUDDER DURING LIGHT THROTTLE ACCELERATION BETWEEN 48 AND 104 KM/H (30 AND 65 MPH) AT A STEADY

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-130

    NHTSA ID #10078568

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON HOW TO INSPECT THE UPPER VALVE BODY TO DETERMINE THE CORRECT RPO USAGE TO CORRECT A CONCERN THAT AFTER INSTALLATION OF A REPLACEMENT UPPER VALVE BODY, THE TRANSMISSION MAY HAVE NO REVERSE

  • TSB #PIP5248B

    NHTSA ID #10096046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS NEED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE STALLING SHUDDER AND/OR HARD SHIFTING INTO 1ST GEAR OR REVERSE VIBRATION ON LAUNCH (WITH EXCES

  • TSB #PIE0350

    NHTSA ID #10112265

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from dealers regarding the concern of a bang or loud noise with no forward or reverse ranges

  • TSB #PI1344B

    NHTSA ID #10075716

    Some customers may comment that the vehicle has reduced acceleration at low speed and/or transmission is slipping from a launch. Technicians may find DTC P0751 set or stored in history. This condition may be caused by the Clutch Select S

  • TSB #PI1344B

    NHTSA ID #10137226

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2016 model year to diagnostic tips and repair information to correct a customer concern of reduced acceleration at low speed and/or transmission slipping from a launch, DTC P0751 set.

  • TSB #PIP5337

    NHTSA ID #10114891

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 mph steady state drivin

POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)

  • TSB #PIP5369C

    NHTSA ID #10160646

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have "Service 4 Wheel Drive" message on the Driver Information Center. Provides the technician with additional information to ensure that

  • TSB #15-NA-007

    NHTSA ID #10112305

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the transmission control module to correct a firm garage shift, start up clunk, and DTC P16F3 condition

POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:TORQUE CONVERTER

  • TSB #19NA153

    NHTSA ID #10164123

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the torque converter and inspect the front pump and the TEHCM for metal.

  • TSB #PIP5337K

    NHTSA ID #10147351

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician to refer to bulletin 16-NA-175 to aid in addressing torque converter clutch shudder concerns.

  • TSB #PIP5337H

    NHTSA ID #10111732

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

  • TSB #PIP5337F

    NHTSA ID #10119051

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 mph steady state drivin

  • TSB #PIP5337D

    NHTSA ID #10080661

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEP TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SHAKE OR SHUDDER DURING LIGHT THROTTLE ACCELERATION, BETWEEN 30 AND 65 MPH STEADY STATE DRIVIN

  • TSB #PIP5337C

    NHTSA ID #10113917

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician a vehicle may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 mph steady driving. Technician will drive the vehicle while monito

  • TSB #PIP5337B

    NHTSA ID #10096070

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEP TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SHAKE OR SHUDDER DURING LIGHT THROTTLE ACCELERATION, BETWEEN 30 AND 65 MPH STEADY STATE DRIVIN

  • TSB #16-NA-014

    NHTSA ID #10112282

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on replacing the stator shaft support for vehicles with the condition of a delayed engagement after sitting with the engine off.

POWER TRAIN:TRANSFER CASE (4-WHEEL DRIVE)

  • TSB #060089026N

    NHTSA ID #10139278

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns that cant be duplicated.

  • TSB #PIE-0362

    NHTSA ID #10078562

    THIS ENGINEERING INFORMATION BULLETIN IS REQUESTING INFORMATION FROM THE DEALERS ON A CUSTOMER CONCERN THAT A SERVICE 4WD MESSAGE DISPLAYED ON THE DIC AND DTC C0398 SET WITHIN THE TRANSFER CASE CONTROL MODULE.

  • TSB #PIP5261A

    NHTSA ID #10096054

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN THAT SOME VEHICLES MAY HAVE A HIGH PITCHED WHINE NOISE FROM THE VEHICLE NOTICED WHEN DRIVING IN AUTO 4WD. WHEN THE TRANSFER CASE CONTROL MODULE HAS TO MOVE TH

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • TSB #N182180270

    NHTSA ID #10169653

    N182180270 - Special Coverage - On some 2015-2016 model year GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, Yukon Denali, and Yukon Denali XL vehicles, stop and tail functions inside the tail lamps may become inoperative. Dealers are to replace tail lamps if they a

  • TSB #19NA153

    NHTSA ID #10169271

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the torque converter and inspect the front pump and the TEHCM for metal.

  • TSB #PIT5074M

    NHTSA ID #10168956

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the use of J-35616-64B terminal test probe, replacement terminals, and terminated leads. The J-35616-64B is the latest test probe released for checking

  • TSB #PIT5550C

    NHTSA ID #10167463

    This Preliminary information communicates that an inoperative third row folding seat back may not fold down or up.  This information advises dealers on how the seat functions and also a common area where an open circuit may be found between

  • TSB #PIT5604B

    NHTSA ID #10167442

    This Preliminary information communicates if the liftglass will not open using keyless entry to verify Valet Mode is not enabled.

  • TSB #PIP5601A

    NHTSA ID #10167434

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vibration complaints that are one of the most challenging complaints to accurately diagnose and repair. Technician will need to use Pico Oscilloscope Di

  • TSB #PIP4670H

    NHTSA ID #10165904

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about a no start or another concern after swapping an Engine Control Module or other modules from one vehicle to another. The Global Architecture electrical s

  • TSB #PIP5632B

    NHTSA ID #10165877

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #16NA042

    NHTSA ID #10165077

    This Technical Bulletin provides procedures to upgrade a vehicle with the Android Auto feature for 2016 and 2017 Model Year vehicles.

  • TSB #PI0592E

    NHTSA ID #10165127

    This preliminary information bulletin provides information om Service Programming System (SPS) Error Codes E4398, E4399, E4403, M4404, M4413, E4414, E4423, E4491 or E6961).

  • TSB #PIT5572C

    NHTSA ID #10164756

    This Preliminary information communicates a Service Adaptive Cruise With DTC C018C SYM3A After Replacing K14 Distance Sensing Cruise Control Module and provides tips for completing all necessary steps and to contact TCSC if configuration do

  • TSB #PIT5288G

    NHTSA ID #10164757

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #100845001G

    NHTSA ID #10163268

    This bulletin provides information for electrical ground repairs using new General Motors replacement fasteners with conductive finish.

  • TSB #PIP4670G

    NHTSA ID #10162124

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about a no start or another concern after swapping an Engine Control Module or other modules from one vehicle to another. The Global Architecture electrical s

  • TSB #060847001O

    NHTSA ID #10163263

    This bulletin explains the labor operation numbers used for submitting warranty claims for module reprogramming and not when replacing a module.

  • TSB #PIT5572B

    NHTSA ID #10162114

    This Preliminary information communicates a Service Adaptive Cruise With DTC C018C SYM3A After Replacing K14 Distance Sensing Cruise Control Module and provides tips for completing all necessary steps and to contact TCSC if configuration do

  • TSB #PIT5074L

    NHTSA ID #10162106

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the use of J-35616-64B terminal test probe, replacement terminals, and terminated leads. The J-35616-64B is the latest test probe released for checking

  • TSB #PIP5298B

    NHTSA ID #10161047

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a Service Engine Soon light with a Diagnostic Trouble code P0300 set. There may be a rough running engine associated with this concern. If service informa

  • TSB #PIT3219F

    NHTSA ID #10161011

    This Preliminary Information communicates to technicians that the Daytime Running Lamps (DRL's) or the auto headlamps will not shut off when using the daytime running lamp disable switch (Which is part of the headlamp switch), if the vehicl

  • TSB #19NA081

    NHTSA ID #10160422

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of Audio Muting When Listening to Some SiriusXM Channels Due to Interference in Some Geographic Locations.

  • TSB #PIP5423B (1)

    NHTSA ID #10160648

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0106 and P0506. Technician wil

  • TSB #PIP5423B

    NHTSA ID #10160647

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0106 and P0506. Technician wil

  • TSB #PIP4670F

    NHTSA ID #10160633

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about a no start or another concern after swapping an Engine Control Module or other modules from one vehicle to another. The Global Architecture electrical s

  • TSB #PIT5379E

    NHTSA ID #10156946

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a content theft alarm sounding for no apparent reason. Technician may use all published Service Information diagnostics and has n

  • TSB #100845001F

    NHTSA ID #10158863

    This bulletin provides information for electrical ground repairs using new replacement fasteners with "conductive finish".

  • TSB #090089002Q

    NHTSA ID #10158862

    This informational bulletin advises the dealers to maintain the vehicle stock on hand by doing a full inspection on the vehicles before sold (prepping) to the customer.

  • TSB #PIT5307F

    NHTSA ID #10154264

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a service engine soon malfunction indicator lamp, antilock braking system malfunction indicator lamp, service suspension system m

  • TSB #18NA153

    NHTSA ID #10154981

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the GEN I charging system with a GEN II charging system only if vehicles apply within the settings.

  • TSB #060847001N

    NHTSA ID #10155011

    This bulletin explains the labor operation numbers used for submitting warranty claims for module reprogramming and not when replacing a module.

  • TSB #PIT5445C

    NHTSA ID #10151849

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician of additional information when diagnosing a service driver assist message with a diagnostic trouble code B172E and or a B172F. The haptic seat motor has a pig

  • TSB #PIT5594A

    NHTSA ID #10151842

    This Preliminary information communicates a normal DIC message after learning keys/fobs which indicates the drivers memory position.

  • TSB #PIP5159C

    NHTSA ID #10149051

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on and Diagnostic Trouble Code P0300 - P0308  may set. Technician will inspect f

  • TSB #PIP5491A

    NHTSA ID #10147362

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician when diagnosing intermittent circuit concerns to look at the connector for missing weather pack seals that could allow water intrusion into the connector and lead to corrosion on t

  • TSB #PIP5304B

    NHTSA ID #10144458

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a “Service 4WD Message” displayed in the Driver Information Center. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes C0392 or

  • TSB #PIT5232E

    NHTSA ID #10143456

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps to diagnose and repair the concern of the display is showing 32° F (0° C) after a battery or reprogramming a module. The outside temperature

  • TSB #PIP5373B

    NHTSA ID #10143429

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps on how to program an Engine Control Module when getting a Service Programming System error code E4491 or E4423. In some cases Techline Customer Support Center may

  • TSB #PIT5507E

    NHTSA ID #10141372

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and/or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with Ul

  • TSB #PIT5399A

    NHTSA ID #10141371

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about connectivity concerns when connecting an Apple device via USB cord. Technician should insure the customer is using an original equipment manufacturer Ap

  • TSB #PIT5509D

    NHTSA ID #10141367

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicle that may have a "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake System” message on the Driver Information Center

  • TSB #PIT5308C

    NHTSA ID #10137521

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #PIT5572A

    NHTSA ID #10137528

    This Preliminary information communicates aService Adaptive Cruise With DTC C018C SYM3A After Replacing K14 Distance Sensing Cruise Control Module and provides tips for completing all necessary steps and to contact TCSC if configuration doe

  • TSB #1208132001E

    NHTSA ID #10137556

    This informational bulletin explains to the dealer how to cover a possible customers mistake when a fuse has been blown.

  • TSB #17NA215

    NHTSA ID #10137375

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to properly reprogram an onstar module to correct a condition of Red LED, No WiFi Operation, and/or Limited OnStar® Module Functionality After OnStar Module Replacement for Another Condition.

  • TSB #17NA214

    NHTSA ID #10137374

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct customer concerns of OnStar, XM, GPS or antenna malfunction ? may set DTC B2462, B2470 or B125C - and/or water leak on headliner at sun visor or overhead console areas, possible

  • TSB #PIP4670E

    NHTSA ID #10129857

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about a no start or another concern after swapping an Engine Control Module or other modules from one vehicle to another. The Global Architecture electrical s

  • TSB #PIC5891E

    NHTSA ID #10129102

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the voice recognition is inoperative. Technician will need to toggle through all languages then back to the desired language.

  • TSB #PIT5233D

    NHTSA ID #10129080

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #060089026N

    NHTSA ID #10139278

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns that cant be duplicated.

  • TSB #17NA074

    NHTSA ID #10139225

    This informational bulletin provides information and Tips for Customers Having Difficulty Launching Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.

  • TSB #PIC5650D

    NHTSA ID #10126982

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an intermittent no crank, no start, or start stall concern with the security light coming on. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble

  • TSB #PIC5491K

    NHTSA ID #10126972

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an OnStar system that will not power up. Technician should turn off the ignition and cancel retained accessory power. After the vehic

  • TSB #PIE0416A

    NHTSA ID #10139188

    This engineering informational bulletin ends the need for information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of Malfunction Indicator Lamp Illuminated with DTCs P0335, P0340, or P0365 Set.

  • TSB #150603001C

    NHTSA ID #10139185

    This informational bulletin provides information to diagnose batteries that have set for a long period of time and/or cold weather climates and testing those batteries.

  • TSB #150603002I

    NHTSA ID #10139186

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #16NA341

    NHTSA ID #10139097

    This technical bulletin provides multiple fixes for a condition of a waiting for update screen appearing on the display, due to either a reprogramming of the hmi module or due to a fuse that needs to be pulled and restarting of the module.

  • TSB #16NA389

    NHTSA ID #10139101

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the FVCM if the battery has issues that are related to the front camera module.

  • TSB #17NA142

    NHTSA ID #10139085

    This informational bulletin provides information on Wireless Charging Module Diagnosis and cell phone compatibility.

  • TSB #PIT5599

    NHTSA ID #10125125

    This Preliminary information communicates a false setting of DTCU0121 in the FVCM due to a FVCM software anomaly. Code U0121 will set and be moved to history in the FVCM with each ignition cycle.

  • TSB #070604019F

    NHTSA ID #10139090

    This technical bulletin provides repair information for repairing the IP to body harness connector to correct a customer concern for intermittent Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) illuminated with Reduced Engine Power displayed and DTC P2138

  • TSB #PIP5411F

    NHTSA ID #10123268

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #PIT5353B

    NHTSA ID #10123222

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #PIT5074K

    NHTSA ID #10157020

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the use of J-35616-64B terminal test probe, replacement terminals, and terminated leads. The J-35616-64B is the latest test probe released for checking

  • TSB #17NA297

    NHTSA ID #10159613

    This informational bulletin provides information for programming the low speed LAN module due to the mirrors memory position reverse tilt position is inoperative.

  • TSB #16-NA-111

    NHTSA ID #10140299

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to perform diagnosis before just replacing the battery sensor module.

  • TSB #PIP5411D

    NHTSA ID #10114076

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #PIT5308B

    NHTSA ID #10114070

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #PIT5564A

    NHTSA ID #10114060

    This Preliminary information communicates an issue with aftermarket USB chargers causing SIR DTC's to set.

  • TSB #17-NA-142

    NHTSA ID #10114043

    This informational bulletin provides information on Wireless Charging Module Diagnosis.

  • TSB #PIT5457B

    NHTSA ID #10113869

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #PIT5507C

    NHTSA ID #10116658

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and /or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with U

  • TSB #PIT5509B

    NHTSA ID #10116656

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicle that may have a "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake System” message on the Driver Information Center

  • TSB #17-NA-067

    NHTSA ID #10138054

    This informational bulletin provides information on On rare occasions, a security code input message with SPS error code E5659, M5304, and/or M5530 may be displayed in TIS2web when the technician is programming any module. If this concern i

  • TSB #PIT5287C

    NHTSA ID #10113405

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the correct way to remove the front shock electrical connector terminals. Technician will need to slightly bend the end of the J-38125-12A release tool.

  • TSB #PIT5405C

    NHTSA ID #10113356

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a reduced or loss of power steering assist, steering wheel jerks or kicks back when turning, Service Stabilitrak message with warning

  • TSB #PIT5543

    NHTSA ID #10113358

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a dead battery after sitting for more than 20 days. Technician will need to change Rear Heated Seat Control Module power circuit 5140

  • TSB #PIT5509A

    NHTSA ID #10113352

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicle that may have a "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake System" message on the Driver Information Center when a

  • TSB #PIC5759B

    NHTSA ID #10113321

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a message on the radio ?maximum number of phones are currently paired to the vehicle?. Dealer should advise the customer this is norm

  • TSB #PIT5311C

    NHTSA ID #10113309

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have an intermittent "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake" message on the Driver Information

  • TSB #07-08-49-020L

    NHTSA ID #10116536

    This informational bulletin provides information for the IPC odometer programming method quick reference guide.

  • TSB #GCUS-3-804

    NHTSA ID #10130547

    28770 - SUB A ?Service 4WD? message may be displayed on the Driver Information Center and DTC C0398 may be set. Concurrently, the vehicle is permanently locked in 4HI and cannot be shifted shift out of it while the code is present. If the

  • TSB #PIT5507B

    NHTSA ID #10111734

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and /or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with U

  • TSB #PIC5492E

    NHTSA ID #10111715

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D-37 history in the Vehicle Communication Interface Module or telematics communication interface contro

  • TSB #PIT5317A

    NHTSA ID #10114859

    This Preliminary information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with the rear body fuse block with a loose fuse connection. Technician will need to check terminal tension on the rear fuse block. Technician w

  • TSB #PIT5288E

    NHTSA ID #10114850

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #PIC6216B

    NHTSA ID #10114852

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles voice recognition inoperative for calling Bluetooth phone contacts. Technician will need to Clear All Private Data and re-pair any phones that

  • TSB #PIT5438C

    NHTSA ID #10114854

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a click, rattle or a squeak nose coming from the dash. Technician will use Service Information to locate the

  • TSB #PIT5434A

    NHTSA ID #10114840

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician only to provide additional tips when diagnosing a front heated seat concern and is not meant to be a diagnostic flow chart or replace Service Information. Al

  • TSB #PIT5389B

    NHTSA ID #10114824

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have an OnStar system that has progression tones when pressing the blue or red button. Technician will need to contact General Motors T

  • TSB #11-08-49-001T

    NHTSA ID #10137625

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the transport mode message on and off.

  • TSB #PIC6201A

    NHTSA ID #10119061

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with the steps needed to diagnose and repair a vehicle with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth inoperative or poor performance concern. Technician will need to obtain data from Global Diagn

  • TSB #PIC6216A

    NHTSA ID #10119050

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles voice recognition inoperative for calling Bluetooth phone contacts. Technician will need to Clear All Private Data and repair any phones that w

  • TSB #030603004S

    NHTSA ID #10135236

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #PIP5411C

    NHTSA ID #10119029

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #16NA341

    NHTSA ID #10135276

    This technical bulletin provides multiple fixes for a condition of a waiting for update screen appearing on the display, due to either a reprogramming of the hmi module or due to a fuse that needs to be pulled and restarting of the module.

  • TSB #140089004C

    NHTSA ID #10135247

    The information in this bulletin details the proper configurations for the ignition key, fob, key tags and key rings and applying a QR code sticker or barcode sticker to a key fob.

  • TSB #PIP5427

    NHTSA ID #10099961

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE A SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ON. TECHNICIAN MAY FIND DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES P2635, U0074 AND OR U18A2. TECHN

  • TSB #PIT5384B

    NHTSA ID #10100442

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE THE ONSTAR WIRELESS FIDELITY INOPERATIVE. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO CONTACT GENERAL MOTORS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER WITH A SCAN

  • TSB #16NA241

    NHTSA ID #10082412

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO CHECK THE CYLINDERS FOR DAMAGED PISTONS AND DETERMINE IF THE USE OF AFTERMARKET CALIBRATIONS OR PERFORMANCE PARTS MAY BE THE CAUSE.

  • TSB #PIT5445A

    NHTSA ID #10083360

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN OF ADDITION INFORMATION WHEN DIAGNOSING A SERVICE DRIVER ASSIST MESSAGE WITH A DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE B172E AND OR A B172F. THE HAPTIC SEAT MOTOR HAS A PIGTA

  • TSB #PIT5522

    NHTSA ID #10083369

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT WHEN PROGRAMING THE IMMOBILIZER THEFT LEARN IT MAY NOT COMPLETE AND/OR SHOW "CONTROLLER ID NOT SUPPORTED" AFTER THE FIRST FEW MINUTES INTO THE LEARN EVE

  • TSB #PIT5074J

    NHTSA ID #10083241

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT THE USE OF J-35616-64B TERMINAL TEST PROBE, REPLACEMENT TERMINALS, AND TERMINATED LEADS. THE J-35616-64B IS THE LATEST TEST PROBE RELEASED FOR CHECKING

  • TSB #PIT5307D

    NHTSA ID #10083249

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP, SERVICE SUSPENSION SYSTEM M

  • TSB #PIT5308A

    NHTSA ID #10083251

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT HAVE REMOTE START IS INOPERATIVE, POWER LIFT-GATE REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE (TB5) IS INOPERATIVE WITH T

  • TSB #PIT5391B

    NHTSA ID #10083280

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT HAVE A NO CRANK OR A START AND THEN IMMEDIATE STALL, SERVICE ENGINE SOON MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP MAY NOT BE ON

  • TSB #140089004B

    NHTSA ID #10082863

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION FOR IGNITION KEY, FOB, KEY TAGS AND KEY RINGS CONFIGURATION FOR VARIOUS VEHICLES AND APPLYING A QR CODE STICKER OR BARCODE STICKER TO THE FOB.

  • TSB #PIP5373A

    NHTSA ID #10083131

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH STEPS ON HOW TO PROGRAM AN ENGINE CONTROL MODULE WHEN GETTING A SERVICE PROGRAMMING SYSTEM ERROR CODE E4491 OR E4423. IN SOME CASES TECHLINE CUSTOMER SUPPORT CENTER MAY

  • TSB #110849001S

    NHTSA ID #10082861

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REMOVE THE TRANSPORT MODE ON MESSAGE DISPLAYED IN THE DIC DUE TO VEHICLES SHIPPED OVER LONG DISTANCES OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA.

  • TSB #PIT5511

    NHTSA ID #10081323

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT SOME VEHICLES MAY HAVE A DIM DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER WHEN THE INTERIOR OF THE VEHICLE IS HOT FROM A SUN LOAD OR EXTENDED HEATER OPERATION. THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTE

  • TSB #PIP5094A

    NHTSA ID #10081022

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT ,WHEN TESTING ANY CIRCUIT FOR OPEN OR RESISTANCE, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT ALL RELATED TERMINAL PIN FIT AND TENSION BE CHECKED WHEN THE TEST STEPS REQUIRE DISCONNECTION OF

  • TSB #PIE0365

    NHTSA ID #10114111

    This engineering information bulletin is requesting information from the dealers on a customer concern that one of the USB ports is not charging, allowing data to transfer.

  • TSB #PIT-5301-A

    NHTSA ID #10078881

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE B127E IN THE HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE WITH REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE U42 OR UWG WILL BE CURRENT WHEN PLAYING A DVD OR BLU-RAY ON THE INTEGRAT

  • TSB #12-08-132-001D

    NHTSA ID #10134545

    This informational bulletin provides warranty information on accessory power outlet and trailer lighting fuse replacement.

  • TSB #PIC-6201

    NHTSA ID #10078877

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS NEEDED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR A VEHICLE WITH WI-FI OR BLUETOOTH INOPERATIVE OR POOR PERFORMANCE CONCERN. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO OBTAIN DATA FROM GLOBAL DIAGN

  • TSB #16-NA-152

    NHTSA ID #10134541

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the BCM to correct a customer concern on a dead battery or no start and DTC B1527 set caused by to the child window lock, when active, causing the BCM to continuously wake up and run

  • TSB #11-08-49-001Q

    NHTSA ID #10081365

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE IDENTIFICATION OF VEHICLES THAT ARE SHIPPED WITH THE TRANSPORT MODE ON AND HOW TO TURN IT OFF.

  • TSB #PIP5308A

    NHTSA ID #10083855

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT IS ON, AND THE ENGINE HAS LOW OIL PRESSURE.

  • TSB #PIP5189B

    NHTSA ID #10083782

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF BLACK SMOKE WHEN STARTING THE VEHICLE AFTER SITTING.

  • TSB #PIP5168E

    NHTSA ID #10083781

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN, AND THE STEPS TO REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE VEHICLE CRANKS BUT DOES NOT START. THE TECHNICIAN IS TO INSPECT FOR A SHEARED CAM PIN IN THE

  • TSB #PIC-4935-E

    NHTSA ID #10078735

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO HELP THE DEALERSHIP TECHNICIANS PERFORM A PARASITIC DRAIN TEST FOR THE ONSTAR MODULE. WHEN PERFORMING BATTERY PARASITIC DRAIN TEST, THERE MAY BE SOME CONFUSION AS TO WHAT TH

  • TSB #PIC4935E

    NHTSA ID #10083484

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO HELP THE DEALERSHIP TECHNICIANS PERFORM A PARASITIC DRAIN TEST FOR THE ONSTAR MODULE. WHEN PERFORMING BATTERY PARASITIC DRAIN TEST, THERE MAY BE SOME CONFUSION AS TO WHAT TH

  • TSB #PIC6186B

    NHTSA ID #10083578

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER WHEN A CUSTOMER MAY COMMENT THAT THEY WILL HAVE THE RADIO SHUT OFF, AND WHEN RESTARTI

  • TSB #PIT5457A

    NHTSA ID #10083872

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN, AND COMPLETING A WIRING REPAIR. THE VEHICLE MAY HAVE A SERVICE ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM, TRACTION CONTROL, POWER STEERING OR SUSPENSIO

  • TSB #PIT5504

    NHTSA ID #10083864

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS ON HOW TO PROGRAM THE INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER AFTER AN ANDROID AUTO UPDATE. DEALER WILL NEED TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TECHLINE CUSTOMER SUPPORT

  • TSB #PIC-5260-A

    NHTSA ID #10078604

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN. VEHICLE'S SUNROOF OPERATION INTERMITTENT, BIND, NOISE, AUTO-REVERSE, AND/OR WATER LEAKS.

  • TSB #PIT5288D

    NHTSA ID #10083861

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN. CUSTOMER'S POSSIBLE CONCERNS ARE: REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY INOPERATIVE, PASSIVE ENTRY AND START INOPERATIVE, NO FOB DETECT MESSAGE ON DRI

  • TSB #PIT5307C

    NHTSA ID #10083862

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE HA SA SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM LIGHT OR SERVICE SUSPENSION MESSAGE, MISFIRE, HESITATION, NO C

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10078420

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPROGRAM THE RADIO TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN OF RADIO INOPERATIVE, BLUE SCREEN, AM CLIPPING NOISE, HD ON/OFF STATUS NOT RETAINED IN STATIONS, TIME LAG ON TRANSITIONS, NO AUDIO WITH INTERN

  • TSB #PIC6186A

    NHTSA ID #10083575

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. CUSTOMERS MAY COMMENT THAT THEY WILL HAVE THE RADIO SHUT OFF, AND WHEN RESTARTING THE VEHICLE THE RADIO

  • TSB #PI0360F

    NHTSA ID #10112821

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information on GM Accessory Remote start not working with onstars remotelink phone applications

  • TSB #PIT5206D

    NHTSA ID #10113950

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps on diagnosing and repairing vehicles that may have unwanted grade braking, reduced engine power with no Driver Information Center messages ? Br

  • TSB #PIT5391A

    NHTSA ID #10113952

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a no crank or a start and then immediate stall, Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator lamp may not be on

  • TSB #PIC6183

    NHTSA ID #10113934

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician to help diagnose vehicles that may have a radio inoperative. This concern will last through multiple ignition cycles and is not intermittent. If Service Infor

  • TSB #PIT5232B

    NHTSA ID #10113924

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps to diagnose and repair the concern of the display is showing 32° F (0° C) after a battery or reprogramming a module. The outside temperature will be

  • TSB #16-NA-061

    NHTSA ID #10116920

    This informational bulletin provides information on how to trace and complete a wire to wire repair on vehicle that have the concern of Service Tire Monitor System, Tire Pressures Display Dashes, RKE Short Range, No Fob Detected Message

  • TSB #PIT5461A

    NHTSA ID #10114957

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a random infotainment system resets while driving, screen temporarily goes blank and then returns after approximately 5 seconds, radi

  • TSB #PIT5398A

    NHTSA ID #10115135

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have the rear vision camera system displaying "Rear Park Assist Symbols Unavailable" and the steering grid lines displayed do not show

  • TSB #PIT5481

    NHTSA ID #10115136

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with additional information on the functionality of Lane Keep Assist. For 2016 model year Lane Keep Assist Regular Production Option Code (UHX) replaced Lane

  • TSB #PIT5405A

    NHTSA ID #10115119

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a reduced power message, steering assist, engine stall or the instrument panel, radio, and or Heater-Vent-Air Conditioning go blank with multiple diagnost

  • TSB #PIC6049C

    NHTSA ID #10075726

    Effective November 18th, 2014, P/N 23248791 (Wireless Charging Module) will be placed on restriction through the General Motors Technical Assistance Center (TAC). A customer may comment on one or more of the following issues with the wirel

  • TSB #PIT5279C

    NHTSA ID #10114912

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for vehicles that exhibit a driver?s power memory seat and power adjustable pedals inoperative. Look for poor terminal tension at the left instrument panel fu

  • TSB #PIC5953B

    NHTSA ID #10114903

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have an issue when using Bluetooth voice recognition with an iPhone. Technician should work with the customer to insure the phone cont

  • TSB #PIT5438A

    NHTSA ID #10114892

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a click, rattle or a squeak nose coming from the dash. Technician will use Service Information to locate the

  • TSB #15-06-03-001A

    NHTSA ID #10126369

    This informational bulletin provides information that may be useful in diagnosing/testing batteries that have set for a long period of time and/or set in cold weather climates to correct a customer concern of symptoms that include, but not

  • TSB #PIT5461

    NHTSA ID #10127213

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a random infotainment system resets while driving, screen temporarily goes blank and then returns after approximately 5 seconds, radi

  • TSB #PIC5932A

    NHTSA ID #10114638

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about customers that may complain of various concerns when using Bluetooth components. Technician should use the Preliminary Information to gather information

  • TSB #99-01-39-004G

    NHTSA ID #10138139

    This technical bulletin provides repair information for the correction of a customer concern of short duration musty odors emitted from the HVAC system at vehicle start-up in hot, humid conditions.

  • TSB #03-06-03-003E

    NHTSA ID #10138137

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on ACDelco® replacement battery warranty procedures.

  • TSB #03-06-03-004N

    NHTSA ID #10137943

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel regarding warranty codes generated by EL-50313 Midtronics GR8 Battery Tester/Charger required for claim processing on labor operations 4041510, 4041520 and 250 mile/40

  • TSB #PIC6107

    NHTSA ID #10115067

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about being unable to receive OnStar ?Over The Air? updates. Technician will need to press the OnStar button and verify they have an active account and that t

  • TSB #11-08-49-001O

    NHTSA ID #10113615

    This technical bulletin provides repair procedure information to correct a customer concern of Transport Mode On message displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or battery light is flashing.

  • TSB #15-00-89-003

    NHTSA ID #10113573

    This informational bulletin provides information on dealer reimbursement procedures for Customer Assistance Center (CAC) Tier 1 and Tier 2 empowerment tools: diagnostic fee, short term rental, and up-front towing (U.S. only).

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY

  • TSB #18NA161

    NHTSA ID #10168185

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure for testing the battery cables for voltage drop, Checking for a bad ground at g218, Inspecting for a short at the starter B+ to shield and testing for a faulty battery.

  • TSB #030603004Y

    NHTSA ID #10160132

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #110849001Z

    NHTSA ID #10158865

    This bulletin provides information on the Transport Mode On Message Being Displayed in the Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the Transport Mode message ON and OFF.

  • TSB #110849001Y

    NHTSA ID #10155072

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the Transport Mode message On and Off.

  • TSB #110849001W

    NHTSA ID #10137386

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the transport mode message on and off.

  • TSB #030603004W

    NHTSA ID #10137341

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #150603002K

    NHTSA ID #10139283

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #150603001D

    NHTSA ID #10139282

    This informational bulletin provides information to diagnose batteries that have set for a long period of time and/or cold weather climates and testing those batteries.

  • TSB #150603002J

    NHTSA ID #10139187

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #150603002H

    NHTSA ID #10134595

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #PIT5521A

    NHTSA ID #10157029

    This preliminary information communicates a Diagnostic Tip for a Service Trailer Brake Message with DTC C111B C1112 C1113 C1114 advising to address any battery issues first before any in depth diagnostics are done.

  • TSB #030603004V

    NHTSA ID #10159570

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #150603002G

    NHTSA ID #10159578

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #11-08-49-001V

    NHTSA ID #10126068

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the transport mode message on and off.

  • TSB #16-NA-389

    NHTSA ID #10137636

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the FVCM if the battery has issues that are related to the front camera module.

  • TSB #03-06-03-004U

    NHTSA ID #10113976

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #15-06-03-002F

    NHTSA ID #10113979

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #PIT5543

    NHTSA ID #10113358

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a dead battery after sitting for more than 20 days. Technician will need to change Rear Heated Seat Control Module power circuit 5140

  • TSB #11-08-49-001U

    NHTSA ID #10116538

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the transport mode message on and off.

  • TSB #150603002D

    NHTSA ID #10135250

    Original Equipment Batteries Part Number and ACDelco Replacement Battery Approved Warranty Part Numbers

  • TSB #PIT5232C

    NHTSA ID #10119027

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps to diagnose and repair the concern of the display is showing 32° F (0° C) after a battery or reprogramming a module. The outside temperature will be

  • TSB #030603004R

    NHTSA ID #10082822

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON HOW TO TEST A BATTERY AND WHAT IS NEEDED TO WARRANTY A BATTERY.

  • TSB #16-NA-152

    NHTSA ID #10134541

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the BCM to correct a customer concern on a dead battery or no start and DTC B1527 set caused by to the child window lock, when active, causing the BCM to continuously wake up and run

  • TSB #SB-15-06-03-001B

    NHTSA ID #10078520

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION THAT MAY BE USEFUL ON DIAGNOSING BATTERIES THAT HAVE SET FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME AND/OR SET IN COLD WEATHER CLIMATES AND TESTING THOSE BATTERIES.

  • TSB #PIC-4935-E

    NHTSA ID #10078735

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO HELP THE DEALERSHIP TECHNICIANS PERFORM A PARASITIC DRAIN TEST FOR THE ONSTAR MODULE. WHEN PERFORMING BATTERY PARASITIC DRAIN TEST, THERE MAY BE SOME CONFUSION AS TO WHAT TH

  • TSB #SB-03-06-03-004Q

    NHTSA ID #10078507

    THIS WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN PROVIDE POLICY INFORMATION ON USING THE EL-50313 MIDTRONICS GR8 BATTERY TESTER/CHARGER FOR DIAGNOSING BATTERY REPLACEMENTS AND MAINTAINING BATTERIES ON NEW VEHICLES IN DEALER INVENTORY.

  • TSB #PIT-5288-D

    NHTSA ID #10078602

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN. CUSTOMER'S POSSIBLE CONCERNS ARE: REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY INOPERATIVE, PASSIVE ENTRY AND START INOPERATIVE, NO FOB DETECT MESSAGE ON DRI

  • TSB #15-06-03-002B

    NHTSA ID #10112785

    This informational bulletin provides information on Original Equipment Batteries Part Number and ACDelco Replacement Battery Approved Warranty Part Numbers

  • TSB #15-06-03-002A

    NHTSA ID #10137245

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel regarding original equipment battery part numbers and AC Delco replacement battery approved warranty part numbers.

  • TSB #15-NA-030

    NHTSA ID #10126375

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on the use of non-GM approved battery chargers and booster packs.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:STARTER ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #08-07-30-026C

    NHTSA ID #10112779

    This informational bulletin provides information on vehicles may rock or move slightly forward or rearward while in Park at start up after cold soak and that this is considered a normal conditon and no repairs are necessary

  • TSB #PIP4112Q

    NHTSA ID #10127199

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician of a complaint of a sag or hesitation when accelerating. The concern is present when coasting at low speeds of less than 15 miles per hour and then aggressive

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING

  • TSB #100089005H

    NHTSA ID #10154629

    This warranty admin bulletin explains to the technician additional information may be needed when submitting transactions when doing wiring repairs.

  • TSB #PIP5335B

    NHTSA ID #10143439

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician will find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0340 and P0341 setting at times.

  • TSB #18NA079

    NHTSA ID #10137306

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the drivers front door window regulator motor and door wiring harness if water and/or corrosion is found in the connectors.

  • TSB #100089005G

    NHTSA ID #10159575

    This warranty admin bulletin explains to the technician additional information may be needed when submitting transactions when doing wiring repairs.

  • TSB #PIT5311C

    NHTSA ID #10113309

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have an intermittent "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake" message on the Driver Information

  • TSB #PIT5391C

    NHTSA ID #10111709

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a no crank or a start and then immediate stall, Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator lamp may not be on

  • TSB #PIT5311B

    NHTSA ID #10080686

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE AN INTERMITTENT "CHECK TRAILER WIRING" OR "SERVICE TRAILER BRAKE" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION

  • TSB #10-00-89-005F

    NHTSA ID #10118545

    This informational bulletin provides warranty policy information on revised wiring repair labor operations and required additional information.

  • TSB #PIT5500

    NHTSA ID #10113941

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the vehicles equipped with power folding 3rd row seat and how to diagnosis and repair seats that do not fold down completely or the 60% side does not fo

  • TSB #10-00-89-005E

    NHTSA ID #10137237

    This warranty administration bulletin adds the 2016 model year to a communication which provides dealership personnel revised wiring repair labor operations and required additional information.

  • TSB #PIT5307B

    NHTSA ID #10115107

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a service engine soon malfunction indicator lamp, antilock braking system malfunction indicator lamp, service suspension system m

  • TSB #PIP5344

    NHTSA ID #10075411

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

  • TSB #PIP5344

    NHTSA ID #10114935

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on or reduced power message. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0106, P

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:FUSES AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS

  • TSB #PIT5317A

    NHTSA ID #10114859

    This Preliminary information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with the rear body fuse block with a loose fuse connection. Technician will need to check terminal tension on the rear fuse block. Technician w

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION

  • TSB #PIT5233D

    NHTSA ID #10129080

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #140089004D

    NHTSA ID #10134592

    The information in this bulletin details the proper configurations for the ignition key, fob, key tags, key rings, key ring sizes and applying a QR code sticker or barcode sticker to a key fob.

  • TSB #PIT5233C

    NHTSA ID #10113330

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #PIT-5507

    NHTSA ID #10078875

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH ULTRASONIC PARK ASSIST SYSTEM REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE UD5 OR UD7 WITH A DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE U0159 SET IN THE INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER A

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION:SWITCH

  • TSB #PIT5233C

    NHTSA ID #10113330

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION:ANTI-THEFT CONTROLLER

  • TSB #140089004D

    NHTSA ID #10134592

    The information in this bulletin details the proper configurations for the ignition key, fob, key tags, key rings, key ring sizes and applying a QR code sticker or barcode sticker to a key fob.

DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL

  • TSB #PIT5438E

    NHTSA ID #10149053

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a click, rattle or a squeak nose coming from the dash. Technician will use Service Information to locate the

  • TSB #110849001W

    NHTSA ID #10137386

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the transport mode message on and off.

  • TSB #PIT5195D

    NHTSA ID #10137202

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the speedometer needle appears to be inaccurate. Dealer should advise the customer the specification for speedometer needle accuracy is +/

  • TSB #PIC3100F

    NHTSA ID #10125106

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle's odometer appears to be inaccurate relative to a known distance traveled. Technician should obtain a hand-held GPS unit to test the odomete

  • TSB #PIT5507C

    NHTSA ID #10116658

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and /or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with U

  • TSB #PIT5507B

    NHTSA ID #10111734

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and /or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with U

  • TSB #PIT5504

    NHTSA ID #10083864

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS ON HOW TO PROGRAM THE INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER AFTER AN ANDROID AUTO UPDATE. DEALER WILL NEED TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TECHLINE CUSTOMER SUPPORT

  • TSB #11-08-49-001P

    NHTSA ID #10112772

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to take the vehicles out of transport mode for vehicles with the condition of Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing

  • TSB #16-NA-069

    NHTSA ID #10112773

    This informational bulletin provides information on If the radar does not see any vehicles, structures, or objects for 15-25 minutes of driving, the system may think its blocked and display the ?Side Object Detection System Disabled? messag

  • TSB #06-00-89-029M

    NHTSA ID #10112770

    This informational bulletin provides information on Interior Cleaning - Instrument Panel (IP), Hard or Plastic Surfaces, Seats, Carpet, Leather, Vinyl, Fabric Cleaner, Stain Remover, Restorer - Product Availability

  • TSB #PIT5482B

    NHTSA ID #10096225

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A "SERVICE FRONT CAMERA" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER INTERMITTENTLY. WHEN THE TECHNICIAN USES THE SCAN TOOL TO CHECK

  • TSB #08-08-44-015F

    NHTSA ID #10116878

    This informational bulletin provides Information on Inappropriate Warranty Claims Submitted for Damaged Radios and Instrument Panel Clusters (IPCs)

  • TSB #PI1250C

    NHTSA ID #10112268

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information on the advanced diagnostic alerts that are sent via onstar, they inform of DTC and indicator lamps that are set within the vehicles.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE

  • TSB #17NA291

    NHTSA ID #10168181

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the radio for vehicles with the condition of Intermittent Pop Noise from the Speakers Followed by a Reset of the Radio and Clock due to a software issue.

  • TSB #PIP5369C

    NHTSA ID #10160646

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have "Service 4 Wheel Drive" message on the Driver Information Center. Provides the technician with additional information to ensure that

  • TSB #070849020P

    NHTSA ID #10158861

    This informational bulletin provides information for the IPC odometer programming method quick reference guide.

  • TSB #090604026N

    NHTSA ID #10137344

    This informational bulletin provides information on identifying Non-GM Engine Calibrations for Gasoline Engines using the Tech 2 or GDS 2 9U.S. and Canada

  • TSB #PIT5599

    NHTSA ID #10125125

    This Preliminary information communicates a false setting of DTCU0121 in the FVCM due to a FVCM software anomaly. Code U0121 will set and be moved to history in the FVCM with each ignition cycle.

  • TSB #PIP5411E

    NHTSA ID #10123239

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hesitation or a stalling condition while in ambient temperatures 100 degrees or higher. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Co

  • TSB #PIC5492F

    NHTSA ID #10123227

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D-37 history in the Vehicle Communication Interface Module or telematics communication interface contro

  • TSB #PIT5236K

    NHTSA ID #10157041

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D stored in Telematics Communication Interface Control Module. Technician will use Global Diagnostic Sy

  • TSB #PIP4723C

    NHTSA ID #10157018

    This Preliminary Information communicates to the dealer the process for downloading or updating operating software for the Tire Pressure Monitor, Active Fuel Injector tester, multi media tester, PICO Scope, GR8 starting/charging tester and

  • TSB #PIT5350A

    NHTSA ID #10157023

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that there have been some reports that the current engine hours are not correct and display 0.0. Technician will need to program the Instrument Panel Cluster using Service Pr

  • TSB #17-NA-244

    NHTSA ID #10126113

    This informational bulletin provides information on Information on How to Prevent Inadvertent Vehicle Starting from Key Fob or OnStar Mobile Application and where to locate the information for future use.

  • TSB #17-NA-242

    NHTSA ID #10126111

    This informational bulletin provides to the tech the new version of SPS that will prompt warnings when trying to reprogram modules that have been already reprogrammed.

  • TSB #PIC5588D

    NHTSA ID #10118256

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the programming and activation of the OnStar system. For many 2008 and prior model year GM vehicles, the programming is performed using the Tech 2 and the

  • TSB #PIT5509C

    NHTSA ID #10118238

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicle that may have a "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake System” message on the Driver Information Center

  • TSB #PIP5369B

    NHTSA ID #10113854

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have "Service 4 Wheel Drive" message on the Driver Information Center. Provides the technician with additional information to ensure that

  • TSB #PIT5389C

    NHTSA ID #10113456

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have an OnStar system that has progression tones when pressing the blue or red button. Technician will need to call General Motors Tech

  • TSB #PIC4935F

    NHTSA ID #10113454

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to help the dealership technicians perform a parasitic drain test for the OnStar module. When performing battery parasitic drain test, there may be some confusion as to what th

  • TSB #PIP4723B

    NHTSA ID #10113443

    This Preliminary Information communicates to the dealer the process for downloading or updating operating software for the Tire Pressure Monitor, Active Fuel Injector tester, multi media tester, PICO Scope, GR8 starting/charging tester and

  • TSB #PIC3278G

    NHTSA ID #10113436

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps needed to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have unwanted or phantom phone calls. Technician will need to determine what type of call the cu

  • TSB #PIC4801H

    NHTSA ID #10113437

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have an OnStar Turn-By-Turn Navigation the system that is inoperative. Technician verifies there are no Diagno

  • TSB #PIC5588C

    NHTSA ID #10113427

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the programming and activation of the OnStar system. For many 2008 and prior model year GM vehicles, the programming is performed using the Tech 2 and the

  • TSB #PIP4902J

    NHTSA ID #10113413

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #03-08-46-004S

    NHTSA ID #10116534

    This informational bulletin provides information on OnStar® VCIM is currently restricted parts. By working closely with our dealers and technicians, through the part restriction process, the General Motors team will gain a better understand

  • TSB #PIT5236J

    NHTSA ID #10113318

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D stored in Telematics Communication Interface Control Module. Technician will need to ensure campaigns

  • TSB #PIP4138P

    NHTSA ID #10111737

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on, engine misfire, and/or engine noise. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code

  • TSB #PIP5437A

    NHTSA ID #10114830

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have harsh concerns. Technician are advised to use GDS2 software to confirm which shift is causing the concern. On low mileage vehicles te

  • TSB #PIT5236H

    NHTSA ID #10119062

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D stored in Telematics Communication Interface Control Module. Technician will use Global Diagnostic Sy

  • TSB #PIC6033A

    NHTSA ID #10119031

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have "Service Theft System" message on the Driver Information Center. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code B291B sym 3B and is

  • TSB #07-08-49-020K

    NHTSA ID #10118914

    This informational bulletin explains the programming method quick reference guide for the IPC Odometer.

  • TSB #PIT5384B

    NHTSA ID #10100442

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE THE ONSTAR WIRELESS FIDELITY INOPERATIVE. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO CONTACT GENERAL MOTORS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER WITH A SCAN

  • TSB #16-NA-042

    NHTSA ID #10118921

    This informational bulletin provides information on GM offering the Android Auto feature upgrade for 2016 and 2017 model year vehicles and how to proceed with reprogramming the vehicles to include this application for use.

  • TSB #09-06-04-026M

    NHTSA ID #10114105

    This informational bulletin provides information on identifying non-GM (aftermarket) engine calibrations for gasoline engines using Tech 2 or GDS 2.

  • TSB #PI0592D

    NHTSA ID #10114107

    This informational bulletin provides information on service programming system (SPS) errors.

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-134

    NHTSA ID #10078573

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO UPDATE THE IPC FIRMWARE TO CORRECT A CONCERN THAT A TECHNICIAN MAY HAVE AN ISSUE PERFORMING THE USB FILE TRANSFER PORTION OF THE IPC PROGRAMMING PROCESS IF THE ANDROID AUTO UPGRADE (BULLETIN 1

  • TSB #SB-06-08-47-001L

    NHTSA ID #10078506

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES WARRANTY INFORMATION ON USING THE SERVICE PROGRAMMING SYSTEM (SPS) FOR PROGRAMMING CONTROL MODULES

  • TSB #PIT-5504

    NHTSA ID #10078671

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS ON HOW TO PROGRAM THE INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER AFTER AN ANDROID AUTO UPDATE. DEALER WILL NEED TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TECHLINE CUSTOMER SUPPORT

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10078420

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPROGRAM THE RADIO TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN OF RADIO INOPERATIVE, BLUE SCREEN, AM CLIPPING NOISE, HD ON/OFF STATUS NOT RETAINED IN STATIONS, TIME LAG ON TRANSITIONS, NO AUDIO WITH INTERN

  • TSB #PIC-6187-A

    NHTSA ID #10078588

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. THE CUSTOMER IS UNABLE TO SELECT RADIO PRESETS FROM THE USB OR SD CARD AS THEY ARE GREYED OUT.

  • TSB #PIT5236G

    NHTSA ID #10113973

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D stored in Telematics Communication Interface Control Module. Technician will check Global Warranty Ma

  • TSB #PIT5438B

    NHTSA ID #10113960

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a click, rattle or a squeak nose coming from the dash. Technician will use Service Information to locate the

  • TSB #PIC6187

    NHTSA ID #10113957

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that some vehicles intermittently the favorites saved from a USB drive or SD card are grayed out and not selectable. Please communicate to the customer that we apologize for

  • TSB #16-NA-011

    NHTSA ID #10112277

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to update your apple product to the latest software version to correct a condition of infotainment system will not return to media after bluetooth call ends

  • TSB #PIT5482

    NHTSA ID #10114967

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a "Service Front Camera" message on the Driver Information Center. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code U023A and or U026A set

  • TSB #PI0799A

    NHTSA ID #10126385

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2014 - 2016 model years to cleaning information to correct a customer concern of seeing a white film/residue on the IP pad and/or door trim panels.

  • TSB #PIT5468

    NHTSA ID #10127246

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about a connectivity concern with Bluetooth after phone software is updated or after any vehicle updates for the radio or Human Machine Interface has taken pl

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: INTEGRATED TRAILER BRAKE CONTROL

  • TSB #PIT5311D

    NHTSA ID #10137201

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have an intermittent "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake" message on the Driver Information

  • TSB #PIT5282D

    NHTSA ID #10137167

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that a customer may request the factory Integrated Trailer Brake Control be bypassed and their aftermarket trailer brake controller be installed instead. Tech

  • TSB #PIT5529A

    NHTSA ID #10126992

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have Trailer connection not recognized or “Check Trailer wiring” or “Service Trailer Brake” message. Technician ma

  • TSB #PIT5521A

    NHTSA ID #10157029

    This preliminary information communicates a Diagnostic Tip for a Service Trailer Brake Message with DTC C111B C1112 C1113 C1114 advising to address any battery issues first before any in depth diagnostics are done.

  • TSB #PIT5241E

    NHTSA ID #10157010

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about customers that may request the factory Integrated Trailer Brake Controller Regular Production Option Code (JL1) be installed on their Full-Size Pickup o

  • TSB #PIT5509A

    NHTSA ID #10113352

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicle that may have a "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake System" message on the Driver Information Center when a

  • TSB #PIT5311C

    NHTSA ID #10113309

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have an intermittent "Check Trailer Wiring" or "Service Trailer Brake" message on the Driver Information

  • TSB #PIT5206E

    NHTSA ID #10100046

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING AND REPAIRING VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE UNWANTED GRADE BRAKING, REDUCED ENGINE POWER WITH NO DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER MESSAGES ¿ BR

  • TSB #PIT5241D

    NHTSA ID #10100305

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT CUSTOMERS THAT MAY REQUEST THE FACTORY INTEGRATED TRAILER BRAKE CONTROLLER REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE (JL1) BE INSTALLED ON THEIR FULL-SIZE PICKUP O

  • TSB #PIT5509

    NHTSA ID #10081241

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE A "CHECK TRAILER WIRING" OR "SERVICE TRAILER BRAKE SYSTEM¿ MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER WHEN A

  • TSB #PIT5311B

    NHTSA ID #10080686

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE AN INTERMITTENT "CHECK TRAILER WIRING" OR "SERVICE TRAILER BRAKE" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION

  • TSB #PIT5490

    NHTSA ID #10075754

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

  • TSB #PIT5241C

    NHTSA ID #10115114

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about customers that may request the factory Integrated Trailer Brake Controller Regular Production Option Code (JL1) be installed on their Full-Size Pickup o

  • TSB #PIT5241C

    NHTSA ID #10075749

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING

  • TSB #010842001L

    NHTSA ID #10155009

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Exterior Lamp Condensation and Replacement Guidelines.

  • TSB #PIP5308B

    NHTSA ID #10129065

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with the Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician should follow published Service Information diagnostics that will lead t

LIGHTING (PWS)

  • TSB #15-08-42-001A

    NHTSA ID #10078824

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON EXTERIOR LIGHTING COMPONENTS THAT HAVE BEEN TINTED OR SMOKED BY AN OUTSIDE VENDOR AND GENERAL MOTORS POSITION ON ALTERING THESE COMPONENTS.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS

  • TSB #PIT3219F

    NHTSA ID #10161011

    This Preliminary Information communicates to technicians that the Daytime Running Lamps (DRL's) or the auto headlamps will not shut off when using the daytime running lamp disable switch (Which is part of the headlamp switch), if the vehicl

  • TSB #02-08-42-001I

    NHTSA ID #10116890

    This informational bulletin provides an out line on Headlamp, Tail Lamp, License Lamp or Fog/Driving Lamp Damage and what should be considered warranty replacement and not

  • TSB #01-08-42-001K

    NHTSA ID #10116874

    This informational bulletin provides information on exterior lamp condinsation and replacement guidelines

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:HEADLIGHTS:HIGH/LOW BEAM DIMMER SWITCH

  • TSB #PIT3219E

    NHTSA ID #10137526

    This Preliminary Information communicates to techniciansthat the Daytime Running Lamps (DRL's) or the auto headlamps will not shut off when using the daytime running lamp disable switch (Which is part of the headlamp switch), if the veh

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:TAIL LIGHTS

  • TSB #N182180270

    NHTSA ID #10169653

    N182180270 - Special Coverage - On some 2015-2016 model year GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, Yukon Denali, and Yukon Denali XL vehicles, stop and tail functions inside the tail lamps may become inoperative. Dealers are to replace tail lamps if they a

  • TSB #PIT5291C

    NHTSA ID #10125105

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have wind whistle noise heard from the right or left rear quarter glass area when driving at highway speeds or with a cross wind. Techn

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:BACK UP LIGHTS

  • TSB #02-08-42-001I

    NHTSA ID #10116890

    This informational bulletin provides an out line on Headlamp, Tail Lamp, License Lamp or Fog/Driving Lamp Damage and what should be considered warranty replacement and not

EXTERIOR LIGHTING:BRAKE LIGHTS

  • TSB #02-08-42-001I

    NHTSA ID #10116890

    This informational bulletin provides an out line on Headlamp, Tail Lamp, License Lamp or Fog/Driving Lamp Damage and what should be considered warranty replacement and not

VISIBILITY

  • TSB #PIT5288G

    NHTSA ID #10164757

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #PIC6086F

    NHTSA ID #10164749

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area.  Technicia

  • TSB #PIT5379E

    NHTSA ID #10156946

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a content theft alarm sounding for no apparent reason. Technician may use all published Service Information diagnostics and has n

  • TSB #18NA360

    NHTSA ID #10154991

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the side mirror cameras if found the cause of the reduced key fob range.

  • TSB #PIC6086E

    NHTSA ID #10149057

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area.  Technicia

  • TSB #16NA075

    NHTSA ID #10139216

    This Bulletin provides procedures to correct a condition of Power Foldaway Mirror Glass Shake, Flutter at Normal Driving Speeds

  • TSB #17NA297

    NHTSA ID #10139108

    This informational bulletin provides information for assisting the customer in setting the position for the memory mirror and the reverse tilt

  • TSB #PIC6086D

    NHTSA ID #10114078

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area. Technician

  • TSB #PIT5288E

    NHTSA ID #10114850

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #PIC5260A

    NHTSA ID #10083512

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN. VEHICLE'S SUNROOF OPERATION INTERMITTENT, BIND, NOISE, AUTO-REVERSE, AND/OR WATER LEAKS.

VISIBILITY:WINDSHIELD

  • TSB #PIC6086E

    NHTSA ID #10149057

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area.  Technicia

  • TSB #060089026N

    NHTSA ID #10139278

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns that cant be duplicated.

  • TSB #PIT5535B

    NHTSA ID #10114065

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles thatmay have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble

  • TSB #PIC6086C

    NHTSA ID #10113408

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area. Technician

  • TSB #PIC6086B

    NHTSA ID #10098441

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH STEPS TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE OF AN OILY SUBSTANCE THAT MAY BE FOUND ON THE INSIDE WINDSHIELD SURFACE, AND APPEARS TO BE LEAKING FROM THE REAR VIEW MIRROR AREA. TECHNICIA

  • TSB #PIC-6086-A

    NHTSA ID #10078860

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH STEPS TO RESOLVE THE ISSUE OF AN OILY SUBSTANCE THAT MAY BE FOUND ON THE INSIDE WINDSHIELD SURFACE, AND APPEARS TO BE LEAKING FROM THE REAR VIEW MIRROR AREA. TECHNICIA

  • TSB #PI1187B

    NHTSA ID #10137248

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides windshield replacement information to correct a customer concern that the inside rear view mirror is loose or that the mirror mounting bracket is loose or has fallen off.

VISIBILITY:GLASS, SIDE/REAR

  • TSB #PI0754C

    NHTSA ID #10137562

    This PI bulletin provides information on Rear and Side Tempered Glass Spots (Quench Marks) and they are normal characteristic.

  • TSB #06-08-64-001D

    NHTSA ID #10137622

    This Informational bulletin describes warranty part reviews where door glass had chips or scratches.

  • TSB #PI-0754-B

    NHTSA ID #10078472

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON A NORMAL CONDITION ON TEMPERED GLASS OF SPOTS SHOWING ON THE REAR AND SIDE WINDOWS WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN THE SUNLIGHT.

  • TSB #PIT5291B

    NHTSA ID #10096207

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE WIND WHISTLE NOISE HEARD FROM THE RIGHT OR LEFT REAR QUARTER GLASS AREA WHEN DRIVING AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS OR WITH A CROSS WIND. TECHN

VISIBILITY:POWER WINDOW DEVICES AND CONTROLS

  • TSB #18NA079

    NHTSA ID #10137306

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the drivers front door window regulator motor and door wiring harness if water and/or corrosion is found in the connectors.

  • TSB #16NA075

    NHTSA ID #10139216

    This Bulletin provides procedures to correct a condition of Power Foldaway Mirror Glass Shake, Flutter at Normal Driving Speeds

  • TSB #16-NA-152

    NHTSA ID #10134541

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the BCM to correct a customer concern on a dead battery or no start and DTC B1527 set caused by to the child window lock, when active, causing the BCM to continuously wake up and run

VISIBILITY:SUN ROOF ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #PIC5260C

    NHTSA ID #10160682

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician the steps on diagnosing the concern. Customer's sunroof operation intermittent, bind, noise, auto-reverse, and/or water leaks.

  • TSB #PIC5260B

    NHTSA ID #10143752

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician the steps on diagnosing the concern. Customer's sunroof operation intermittent, bind, noise, auto-reverse, and/or water leaks.

  • TSB #PIT5318E

    NHTSA ID #10143455

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on a concern of wind buffeting noise and/or water leak.Technician is to follow the steps to apply vibration control material between the sunroof roof bow and

  • TSB #060089026N

    NHTSA ID #10139278

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns that cant be duplicated.

  • TSB #PIC-5260-A

    NHTSA ID #10078604

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN. VEHICLE'S SUNROOF OPERATION INTERMITTENT, BIND, NOISE, AUTO-REVERSE, AND/OR WATER LEAKS.

VISIBILITY:REARVIEW MIRRORS/DEVICES

  • TSB #PI1187B

    NHTSA ID #10137248

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides windshield replacement information to correct a customer concern that the inside rear view mirror is loose or that the mirror mounting bracket is loose or has fallen off.

VISIBILITY:REARVIEW MIRRORS/DEVICES:EXTERIOR

  • TSB #100864002D

    NHTSA ID #10139280

    This warranty bulletin explains how to determine if an outside mirrior was damaged by the customer and what is considered warranty and non-warranty.

  • TSB #16NA075

    NHTSA ID #10139216

    This Bulletin provides procedures to correct a condition of Power Foldaway Mirror Glass Shake, Flutter at Normal Driving Speeds

  • TSB #PIC6086C

    NHTSA ID #10113408

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area. Technician

  • TSB #16-NA-075

    NHTSA ID #10112789

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to relearn the power folding mirriors and road test to correct a conditon of power fold away mirriors glass shakes or flutters at normal driving speeds

VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIT5272B

    NHTSA ID #10151830

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a whistle noise in the vehicle from the driver or passenger side. Technician will need to inspect for voids in the body sealer on

VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEM:REAR WINDOW

  • TSB #16NA171

    NHTSA ID #10154634

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reinstall the rear defroster tab on the rear window defogger for vehicles with the condition of rear defrosters inoperative or if one is to break during a normal repair.

  • TSB #16NA171

    NHTSA ID #10137263

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reinstall the rear defroster tab on the rear window defogger for vehicles with the condition of rear defrosters inoperative or if one is to break during a normal repair.

  • TSB #16-NA-171

    NHTSA ID #10081961

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE PROPER RECONNECTION OF THE REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER TAB IF A CUSTOMER COMMENTS ONE LOOSE OR BROKEN.

  • TSB #16-NA-171

    NHTSA ID #10118548

    This informational bulletin provides repair information on reconnection of rear window (defroster) contact or tab.

AIR BAGS

  • TSB #080310006G

    NHTSA ID #10169356

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to clean and resurface aluminum wheel bead seats for vehicles that have the condition of Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated, Aluminum Wheel B

  • TSB #PIT5457C

    NHTSA ID #10143433

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #16NA246

    NHTSA ID #10082437

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON LOCATING AND RECONNECTING AIRBAG CONNECTORS THAT ARE NOT FULLY SEATED TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN OF AN AIRBAG WARNING LAMP ILLUMINATED, OR ONE, OR MORE, AIRBAG DTC(S) SET.

AIR BAGS: OCCUPANT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM OCS

  • TSB #06-08-50-009I

    NHTSA ID #10112302

    This informational bulletin provides Information on Passenger Presence Sensing System (PPS or PSS) Concerns with Custom Upholstery, Accessory Seat Heaters or Other Comfort Enhancing Devices

SEAT BELTS

  • TSB #PIT5233D

    NHTSA ID #10129080

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #PI0388F

    NHTSA ID #10082865

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPOSITION THE FRONT SEAT BELT LATCH PLATE FOR CONCERNS REGARDING THE SEAT BELT WEBBING OR LATCH PLATE COMING TWISTED.

  • TSB #PIT5500

    NHTSA ID #10113941

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the vehicles equipped with power folding 3rd row seat and how to diagnosis and repair seats that do not fold down completely or the 60% side does not fo

  • TSB #09-09-40-001C

    NHTSA ID #10113787

    This informational bulletin provides information to advise dealers about seat belt buckles not operating and/or seat belt warning light illumination, as well as difficulty latching and unlatching the buckle or the buckle release button stic

SEAT BELTS:FRONT:BUCKLE ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #09-09-40-001C

    NHTSA ID #10113787

    This informational bulletin provides information to advise dealers about seat belt buckles not operating and/or seat belt warning light illumination, as well as difficulty latching and unlatching the buckle or the buckle release button stic

STRUCTURE

  • TSB #19NA255

    NHTSA ID #10169340

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides frame coating repair information to correct a customer concern of wax coating on frame peeling, metal shows corrosion/rusting (U.S. and Canada Only).

  • TSB #PIT5576C

    NHTSA ID #10165905

    This Preliminary information communicates and issue with the hood ajar message being displayed when the hood is not ajar.   Inspect the body ground strap to insure it is connected in the proper locations and the strap eyelets are tight and

  • TSB #17NA153

    NHTSA ID #10160086

    This informational bulletin provides information and operating tips for the hands free lift gate.

  • TSB #PIT5426B

    NHTSA ID #10156907

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a water leak in in the second and third row seating area. Inspect the C-pillar which is the body vertical structure behind the rear passenger door area of

  • TSB #PI0564K

    NHTSA ID #10154649

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides frame coating repair information to correct a customer concern of wax coating on frame peeling, metal shows corrosion/rusting (U.S. and Canada Only).

  • TSB #PIT3946C

    NHTSA ID #10151839

    This Preliminary Information communicates an issues with the headliner sagging and how to reattach the velcro using Hardman Double Bubble Epoxy part number 04001.

  • TSB #PIT5272B

    NHTSA ID #10151830

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a whistle noise in the vehicle from the driver or passenger side. Technician will need to inspect for voids in the body sealer on

  • TSB #PIP5491A

    NHTSA ID #10147362

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician when diagnosing intermittent circuit concerns to look at the connector for missing weather pack seals that could allow water intrusion into the connector and lead to corrosion on t

  • TSB #PIT5576B

    NHTSA ID #10145483

    This Preliminary information communicates and issue with the hood ajar message being displayed when the hood is not ajar. Inspect the body ground strap to insure it is connected in the proper locations and the strap eyelets are tight and do

  • TSB #PIT5533B

    NHTSA ID #10143430

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a creak, click, pop, and or crack type noise from the front suspension or front frame area while making tight turns. Technician will

  • TSB #PI0564J

    NHTSA ID #10137561

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides frame coating repair information to correct a customer concern of wax coating on frame peeling, metal shows corrosion/rusting (U.S. and Canada Only).

  • TSB #99-08-51-001D

    NHTSA ID #10140406

    Thins informational bulletin provides information on Paint-less Dent Repair Process.

  • TSB #PIT5579

    NHTSA ID #10137715

    This Preliminary information communicates that a tick, creak or rattle noise may be heard while driving the vehicle. This noise may be caused by insufficient or missing spot welds on body panels or contact between body panels at the "B" or

  • TSB #PI0564I

    NHTSA ID #10126122

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides frame coating repair information to correct a customer concern of wax coating on frame peeling, metal shows corrosion/rusting (U.S. and Canada Only).

  • TSB #PIT5576

    NHTSA ID #10114064

    This Preliminary information communicates and issue with the hood ajar message being displayed when the hood is not ajar. Inspect the body ground strap to insure it is connected in the proper locations and the strap eyelets are tight and do

  • TSB #PIT5426A

    NHTSA ID #10113439

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a water leak in in the second and third row seating area. Inspect the C-pillar which is the body verticalstructure behind the rear passenger doorarea of t

  • TSB #PIT5533

    NHTSA ID #10111722

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a creak, click, pop, and or crack type noise from the front suspension or front frame area while making tight turns. Technician will

  • TSB #PIT5317A

    NHTSA ID #10114859

    This Preliminary information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with the rear body fuse block with a loose fuse connection. Technician will need to check terminal tension on the rear fuse block. Technician w

  • TSB #02-07-30-029Y

    NHTSA ID #10126401

    This informational bulletin provides information on the PQC assembly replacement process - for dealers required to contact PQC prior to replacing an assembly (U.S. and Canada only).

  • TSB #01-08-51-003E

    NHTSA ID #10138117

    This informational bulletin provides recommendations and product information for application of anti-corrosion materials

STRUCTURE:FRAME AND MEMBERS

  • TSB #19NA139

    NHTSA ID #10163255

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to pry the upper and lower quarter rear trim panel sheet metal apart to eliminate a creak noise heard from the quarter lower rear trim panel area.

  • TSB #PIT5620

    NHTSA ID #10143428

    This Preliminary information communicates and issue with an itch, rattle, flutter, squeak, tick, and/or chirp type noise coming from the left I/Por A-pillar area caused by contact between the drivers fender and A pillar.

  • TSB #17NA214

    NHTSA ID #10137374

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct customer concerns of OnStar, XM, GPS or antenna malfunction ? may set DTC B2462, B2470 or B125C - and/or water leak on headliner at sun visor or overhead console areas, possible

  • TSB #PIP5338

    NHTSA ID #10114894

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vibration complaints that are one of the most challenging complaints to accurately diagnose and repair. Technician will need to use Pico Oscilloscope Di

STRUCTURE: FRAME AND MEMBERS:UNDERBODY SHIELDS

  • TSB #PI0281G

    NHTSA ID #10137560

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel which may be helpful when addressing underbody component corrosion with customers.

  • TSB #PI-0281-E

    NHTSA ID #10078435

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION THAT MAY BE HELPFUL WHEN ADDRESSING UNDERBODY COMPONENT CORROSION WITH CUSTOMERS.

STRUCTURE:BODY

  • TSB #PIP-5395

    NHTSA ID #10078755

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF A RATTLE OR TICKING NOISE THAT IS LOUDER INSIDE THE VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE. INSTRUCTIONS ARE PROVIDED TO INSPECT THE FUEL FE

  • TSB #PIC-5260-A

    NHTSA ID #10078604

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN. VEHICLE'S SUNROOF OPERATION INTERMITTENT, BIND, NOISE, AUTO-REVERSE, AND/OR WATER LEAKS.

  • TSB #05-08-51-001H

    NHTSA ID #10112264

    This informational bulletin provides information on removing paint stains on the under side of protective shipping film

STRUCTURE:BODY:DOOR

  • TSB #18NA079

    NHTSA ID #10137306

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the drivers front door window regulator motor and door wiring harness if water and/or corrosion is found in the connectors.

  • TSB #060089026N

    NHTSA ID #10139278

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns that cant be duplicated.

  • TSB #PIT5341C

    NHTSA ID #10126955

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about owners that want the auto door lock disabled. There is no avalible setting or Body Control Module calibration to turn off the auto door locks.

STRUCTURE:BODY:HATCHBACK/LIFTGATE

  • TSB #17NA153

    NHTSA ID #10160086

    This informational bulletin provides information and operating tips for the hands free lift gate.

  • TSB #PIT5604A

    NHTSA ID #10147342

    This Preliminary information communicates if the liftglass will not open using keyless entry to verify Valet Mode is not enabled.

  • TSB #PI1481B

    NHTSA ID #10137349

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2016 model year and provides technicians with repair information to correct a customer concern of rough, uneven or irregular horizontal seam on liftgate.

  • TSB #PIT5308B

    NHTSA ID #10114070

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that have remote start is inoperative, power lift gate Regular Production Option Code (TB5) is inoperative with t

  • TSB #17-NA-153

    NHTSA ID #10137649

    This informational bulletin provides information and operating tips for the hands free lift gate.

  • TSB #GCUS-3-718

    NHTSA ID #10130672

    16046 - Service Update - Power Liftgate Actuator Failure. Inadequate laser welds on the power liftgate gear box may cause a noisy / non-functional actuator assembly resulting in the rear liftgate to not open / close, or stick in position.

  • TSB #PI1481A

    NHTSA ID #10126390

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2016 model year and provides technicians with repair information to correct a customer concern of rough, uneven or irregular horizontal seam on liftgate.

  • TSB #PIT5472

    NHTSA ID #10114884

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with Hands Free Power Lift-gate Regular Production Option Code (TC2). Some customers may experience problems with the activat

  • TSB #PIT5471

    NHTSA ID #10114874

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the lift-gate actuator or strut that is going to be removed or replaced. If the actuator or strut comes loose off a ball stud after it has

STRUCTURE:BODY:HATCHBACK/LIFTGATE:SUPPORT DEVICE

  • TSB #PIT5604A

    NHTSA ID #10147342

    This Preliminary information communicates if the liftglass will not open using keyless entry to verify Valet Mode is not enabled.

  • TSB #PIT5471

    NHTSA ID #10114874

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the lift-gate actuator or strut that is going to be removed or replaced. If the actuator or strut comes loose off a ball stud after it has

STRUCTURE:BODY:HOOD

  • TSB #PIT5576A

    NHTSA ID #10126993

    This Preliminary information communicates and issue with the hood ajar message being displayed when the hood is not ajar. Inspect the body ground strap to insure it is connected in the proper locations and the strap eyelets are tight and do

  • TSB #PI1286B

    NHTSA ID #10138001

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2016 model year to repair information to correct a customer concern of the hood fluttering, vibrating or displaying visible motion at highway speeds or over rough road surfaces.

  • TSB #PI1286A

    NHTSA ID #10126386

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2016 model year to repair information to correct a customer concern of the hood fluttering, vibrating or displaying visible motion at highway speeds or over rough road surfaces.

STRUCTURE:BODY:HOOD:HINGE AND ATTACHMENTS

  • TSB #PIT5576A

    NHTSA ID #10126993

    This Preliminary information communicates and issue with the hood ajar message being displayed when the hood is not ajar. Inspect the body ground strap to insure it is connected in the proper locations and the strap eyelets are tight and do

STRUCTURE:BODY:ROOF AND PILLARS

  • TSB #PIT5318E

    NHTSA ID #10143455

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on a concern of wind buffeting noise and/or water leak.Technician is to follow the steps to apply vibration control material between the sunroof roof bow and

LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES

  • TSB #PIT5390C

    NHTSA ID #10154319

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have the alarm sounding when learning new key fobs after the original key fobs were lost. Technician will open the driver's door and allow

LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES:DOORS:LATCH

  • TSB #PIT5341B

    NHTSA ID #10114855

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about owners that want the auto door lock disabled. There is no avalible setting or Body Control Module calibration to turn off the auto door locks.

LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES:HATCHBACK/LIFTGATE:LOCK

  • TSB #17NA153

    NHTSA ID #10154976

    This informational bulletin provides information and operating tips for the hands free lift gate.

  • TSB #PIT5472A

    NHTSA ID #10111713

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that are equipped with Hands Free Power Lift-gate Regular Production Option Code (TC2). Some customers may experience problems with the activat

LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES:TRUNK LID:LOCK

  • TSB #19NA072

    NHTSA ID #10160416

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Rear Compartment Floor Stowage Compartment Cover Handle Availability as Service Part.

VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL

  • TSB #PIT5569A

    NHTSA ID #10163665

    This Preliminary information communicates direction and examples when diagnosing multiple DTCs, one of which includes U**** Byte 71 DTC. 

  • TSB #PIP5422A

    NHTSA ID #10099875

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT HAVE SPEEDOMETER INACCURATE READS 5 MPH WHEN TRAVELING 50 MPH. ENGINEERING IS WORKING TO DEVELOP A SOLUTION.

  • TSB #PIP5337C

    NHTSA ID #10113917

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician a vehicle may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 mph steady driving. Technician will drive the vehicle while monito

VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL:ACCELERATOR PEDAL

  • TSB #PIT5392B

    NHTSA ID #10114089

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a detent / click with a feel of increased resistance when the accelerator pedal is about ¾ of the way. The new accelerator ped

  • TSB #PIT5392A

    NHTSA ID #10114902

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a detent / click with a feel of increased resistance when the accelerator pedal is about ¾ of the way. The new accelerator pedal desi

VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL:LINKAGES

  • TSB #PIP5337G

    NHTSA ID #10114835

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 miles per hour steady s

TIRES

  • TSB #000310006N

    NHTSA ID #10161906

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Tire Radial Force Variation (RFV).

  • TSB #17NA267

    NHTSA ID #10160112

    This informational bulletin provides information for 22" accessory wheel/tire usages.

  • TSB #010310003R

    NHTSA ID #10155068

    This bulletin contains information for the new tires that the vehicle is equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the New Vehicle Warranty (in Canada, the Base Warranty Cover

  • TSB #000310003X

    NHTSA ID #10155008

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on The tires supplied with a new vehicle are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the Bumper-to-Bumper New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • TSB #010310003Q

    NHTSA ID #10137381

    This bulletin contains information for the new tires that the vehicle is equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the New Vehicle Warranty (in Canada, the Base Warranty Cover

  • TSB #010310003P

    NHTSA ID #10139276

    This bulletin contains information for the new tires that the vehicle is equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the New Vehicle Warranty (Base Warranty Coverage). For vehic

  • TSB #16NA339

    NHTSA ID #10139222

    This informational bulletin aids the technician on diagnosing possible vibrations in a vehicle, methods used for testing each scenario and documenting findings.

  • TSB #000310003W

    NHTSA ID #10139167

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on The tires supplied with a new vehicle are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the Bumper-to-Bumper New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • TSB #PIT4261E

    NHTSA ID #10125131

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with tire sidewall irregularities. This is a visual condition that will not affect durability, reliability or performance of the tires. Dealer

  • TSB #03-03-10-007J

    NHTSA ID #10108645

    This informational bulletin provides information on the temporary tire flat spotting condition.

  • TSB #08-03-10-006F

    NHTSA ID #10116537

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to clean and resurface wheel bead seats. for vehicles that have the condition of Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated, Aluminum Wheel Bead Seat

  • TSB #PIT5288E

    NHTSA ID #10114850

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #01-03-10-003M

    NHTSA ID #10137616

    This bulletin contains information for the new tires that the vehicle is equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the New Vehicle Warranty (Base Warranty Coverage). For vehic

  • TSB #00-03-10-003V

    NHTSA ID #10137615

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on The tires supplied with a new vehicle are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the Bumper-to-Bumper New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • TSB #00-03-10-003U

    NHTSA ID #10118907

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on The tires supplied with a new vehicle are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the Bumper-to-Bumper New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

  • TSB #01-03-10-003L

    NHTSA ID #10118909

    This GM of Canada New Vehicle Tire Warranty Program and GWM Transaction Submission Information Bulletin provides information for the new tires that the vehicle are equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in

  • TSB #00-03-10-006M

    NHTSA ID #10089121

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES GUIDANCE TO GM DEALERS WHEN USING GM APPROVED TIRE FORCE VARIATION MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT.

  • TSB #03-03-10-007J

    NHTSA ID #10118547

    This informational bulletin provides information on the temporary tire flat spotting condition.

  • TSB #12-03-10-001C

    NHTSA ID #10116914

    This informational bulletin provides information on the proper mounting paste to apply to tires when mounting and balancing them to prevent conditions like Vibration Shortly After Tires are Mounted/Preventing Vibration from Wheel Slip (Tire

  • TSB #PIT5446A

    NHTSA ID #10096215

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE ONE OR MORE TIRE PRESSURES DISPLAY DASHES, SERVICE TIRE MONITOR SYSTEM MESSAGE, REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY POOR RANGE OR INOPERATIVE OR

  • TSB #00-03-10-006L

    NHTSA ID #10137255

    This informational bulletin provides additional information to the technician on how to check for Tire Radial Force Variations and the difference between balancing a flange and flangeless rim.

TIRES:TREAD/BELT

  • TSB #00-03-10-006L

    NHTSA ID #10137255

    This informational bulletin provides additional information to the technician on how to check for Tire Radial Force Variations and the difference between balancing a flange and flangeless rim.

TIRES:BEAD

  • TSB #00-03-10-006L

    NHTSA ID #10137255

    This informational bulletin provides additional information to the technician on how to check for Tire Radial Force Variations and the difference between balancing a flange and flangeless rim.

TIRES:PRESSURE MONITORING AND REGULATING SYSTEMS

  • TSB #16NA061

    NHTSA ID #10139215

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to correct tire pressure messages and dashes.

  • TSB #PIP4723C

    NHTSA ID #10157018

    This Preliminary Information communicates to the dealer the process for downloading or updating operating software for the Tire Pressure Monitor, Active Fuel Injector tester, multi media tester, PICO Scope, GR8 starting/charging tester and

  • TSB #PI1385A

    NHTSA ID #10108618

    This informational bulletin provides information that the TPM sensors must always be relearned when accessory wheels are installed on the vehicle.

  • TSB #16NA043

    NHTSA ID #10082277

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES THE CORRECT INFORMATION THAT IS NEEDED TO CORRECTLY KNOW WHAT TPM SENSOR IS NEEDED TO BE INSTALLED ON VEHICLES IF THERE IS ACCESSORY WHEELS INSTALLED AND WHO TO CONTACT WHEN THE ACCESSORY WHEELS WILL NOT

  • TSB #16-NA-061

    NHTSA ID #10116920

    This informational bulletin provides information on how to trace and complete a wire to wire repair on vehicle that have the concern of Service Tire Monitor System, Tire Pressures Display Dashes, RKE Short Range, No Fob Detected Message

  • TSB #PIT5446A

    NHTSA ID #10096215

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE ONE OR MORE TIRE PRESSURES DISPLAY DASHES, SERVICE TIRE MONITOR SYSTEM MESSAGE, REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY POOR RANGE OR INOPERATIVE OR

WHEELS

  • TSB #080310006G

    NHTSA ID #10169356

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to clean and resurface aluminum wheel bead seats for vehicles that have the condition of Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated, Aluminum Wheel B

  • TSB #PIT3271J

    NHTSA ID #10168960

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about changing the tire and wheel size on vehicles. General Motors will only support a tire calibration for tires that have been sized, tested and designed fo

  • TSB #PIT5569A

    NHTSA ID #10163665

    This Preliminary information communicates direction and examples when diagnosing multiple DTCs, one of which includes U**** Byte 71 DTC. 

  • TSB #PIT5530C

    NHTSA ID #10162155

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about removing the tinnerman push nuts when installing the accessory Accessory 22" Wheels Regular Production Option Code (SES, SEU, SEY, OR SEZ)  or productio

  • TSB #17NA170

    NHTSA ID #10155051

    This informational bulletin explains the wheel Road Force balancers and what they can do for customer concerns.

  • TSB #18NA067

    NHTSA ID #10137297

    This informational bulletin provides information for cleaning brake dust off of aluminum or chrome wheels.

  • TSB #PIT3271H

    NHTSA ID #10129089

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about changing the tire and wheel size on vehicles. General Motors will only support a tire calibration for tires that have been sized, tested and designed fo

  • TSB #PIT5233D

    NHTSA ID #10129080

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have hard or unable to rotate ignition key concern. When the concern is present the steering wheel will need to be rotated in either d

  • TSB #17NA267

    NHTSA ID #10139105

    This informational bulletin provides information for 22" accessory wheel/tire usages.

  • TSB #00-03-10-002K

    NHTSA ID #10137600

    This informational bulletin provides information on Chemical Staining, Pitting, Corrosion and/or Spotted Appearance of Chromed Aluminum Wheels.

  • TSB #16-NA-339

    NHTSA ID #10138032

    This informational bulletin aids the technician on diagnosing possible vibrations in a vehicle, methods used for testing each scenario and documenting findings. This technical bulletin provides a procedure to install dust deflectors when re

  • TSB #17-NA-052

    NHTSA ID #10116637

    This Informational bulletin outlines the recommendations for aluminum and chrome wheel refinishing.

  • TSB #PIT5530A

    NHTSA ID #10113310

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about removing the tinnerman push nuts when installing the accessory Accessory 22" Wheels Regular Production Option Code (SES, SEU, SEY, OR SEZ) or productio

  • TSB #PIT5533

    NHTSA ID #10111722

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a creak, click, pop, and or crack type noise from the front suspension or front frame area while making tight turns. Technician will

  • TSB #PIT5530

    NHTSA ID #10114858

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about removing the tinnerman push nuts when installing the accessory 22" 6-Spoke Split Chrome Wheels Regular Production Option Code (SEU) or during any servic

  • TSB #99-08-51-007G

    NHTSA ID #10114101

    This informational bulletin updates General Motor's position on refinishing aluminum wheels. GM does not endorse any repairs that involve welding, bending, straightening or re-machining. Only cosmetic refinishing of the wheel's coatings, us

  • TSB #00-03-10-002J

    NHTSA ID #10112831

    This informational bulletin provides information on chemical staining, pitting, and corrosion on wheels and the proper cleaners to use to fix the conditions due to multiple causes.

  • TSB #12-03-10-001C

    NHTSA ID #10116914

    This informational bulletin provides information on the proper mounting paste to apply to tires when mounting and balancing them to prevent conditions like Vibration Shortly After Tires are Mounted/Preventing Vibration from Wheel Slip (Tire

  • TSB #05-03-07-009H

    NHTSA ID #10126349

    This warranty administration bulletin provides retail, wholesale and fleet personnel with General Motors recommendations for customer concerns related to wheel alignment.

WHEELS:RIM

  • TSB #00-03-10-006L

    NHTSA ID #10137255

    This informational bulletin provides additional information to the technician on how to check for Tire Radial Force Variations and the difference between balancing a flange and flangeless rim.

WHEELS:LUGS/NUTS/BOLTS

  • TSB #PIT5530B

    NHTSA ID #10137199

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about removing the tinnerman push nuts when installing the accessory Accessory 22" Wheels Regular Production Option Code (SES, SEU, SEY, OR SEZ) or production

  • TSB #17-NA-126

    NHTSA ID #10114027

    This informational bulletin provides information on Non-Design Intent Wheel Lock Nuts and Lug Nuts.

  • TSB #PIP4648C

    NHTSA ID #10114603

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that replacement transfer case halves will not be threaded. No additional thread tapping will be necessary to assemble the transfer case as the attaching met

TRAILER HITCHES

  • TSB #PIT5241F

    NHTSA ID #10145469

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about customers that may request the factory Integrated Trailer Brake Controller Regular Production Option Code (JL1) be installed on their Full-Size Pickup o

SEATS

  • TSB #080310006G

    NHTSA ID #10169356

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to clean and resurface aluminum wheel bead seats for vehicles that have the condition of Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated, Aluminum Wheel B

  • TSB #18NA377

    NHTSA ID #10160120

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of front seat lateral movement and/or click type noise while driving.

  • TSB #18NA377

    NHTSA ID #10155003

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of front seat lateral movement and/or click type noise while driving.

  • TSB #060850009J

    NHTSA ID #10155012

    This informational bulletin provides information for information on passenger presence sensing system (PPS or PSS) concerns with custom upholstery, accessory seat heaters or other comfort enhancing devices.

  • TSB #PIT5550B

    NHTSA ID #10149054

    This Preliminary information communicates that an inoperative third row folding seat back may not fold down or up.  This information advises dealers on how the seat functions and also a common area where an open circuit may be found between

  • TSB #PIT5624

    NHTSA ID #10143777

    This Preliminary information communicates a diagnostic tip for an issues with the heated and/or vented seats turning off and setting DTCU1524 because of a loss of voltage to the Seat Heating Control Module.

  • TSB #PIT5380C

    NHTSA ID #10141379

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a front driver's or passenger's seat back may lean or be turned outward. Technician will need to remove the seat bottom tr

  • TSB #PIT5434B

    NHTSA ID #10125124

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician only to provide additional tips when diagnosing a front heated seat concern and is not meant to be a diagnostic flow chart or replace Service Information. Alw

  • TSB #17NA308

    NHTSA ID #10159624

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of carpet damage, seat mounting stud wear through, hole in second row (Intermediate) carpet.

  • TSB #PI1091B

    NHTSA ID #10126124

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of warm air exhausting from driver and/or passenger front seat back into 2nd row seating area causing occupant discomfort.

  • TSB #PIT5542

    NHTSA ID #10113345

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an excessive lateral driver or passenger seat movement and/or a clunk/click/pop type feeling or noise. Technician will need to instal

  • TSB #PIT5434A

    NHTSA ID #10114840

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician only to provide additional tips when diagnosing a front heated seat concern and is not meant to be a diagnostic flow chart or replace Service Information. Al

  • TSB #PIT5284C

    NHTSA ID #10119059

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have a rattle noise from the second row seat. Technician will need to inspect the striker not aligned properly

  • TSB #PIE0370

    NHTSA ID #10100805

    THIS ENGINEERING INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN IS REQUESTING INFORMATION FROM THE FIELD WITH THE CONDITONS OF A RATTLE NOISE ORIGINATING FROM THE SECOND ROW SEAT.

  • TSB #PIT-5380-A

    NHTSA ID #10078663

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE VEHICLE'S FRONT SEAT APPEARS TO BE TOO FAR FORWARD. THIS CONCERN COULD BE CAUSED BY THE SEAT BOTTOM TRIM COVER NOT INSTALLED CORREC

  • TSB #PIT5500

    NHTSA ID #10113941

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the vehicles equipped with power folding 3rd row seat and how to diagnosis and repair seats that do not fold down completely or the 60% side does not fo

  • TSB #06-08-50-009I

    NHTSA ID #10112302

    This informational bulletin provides Information on Passenger Presence Sensing System (PPS or PSS) Concerns with Custom Upholstery, Accessory Seat Heaters or Other Comfort Enhancing Devices

SEATS:FRONT ASSEMBLY:RECLINER

  • TSB #PIT5380B

    NHTSA ID #10113407

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a front driver's or passenger's seat back may lean or be turned outward. Technician will need to remove the seat bottom tr

SEATS:FRONT ASSEMBLY:POWER ADJUST

  • TSB #GCUS-3-823

    NHTSA ID #10130559

    17018-Customer Satisfaction Program. Certain vehicles, equipped with power front passenger seat adjuster that was previously replaced, may have a condition in which the front passenger seat can be adjusted to a position beyond the occupant

  • TSB #PIT5279C

    NHTSA ID #10114912

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for vehicles that exhibit a driver?s power memory seat and power adjustable pedals inoperative. Look for poor terminal tension at the left instrument panel fu

SEATS:FRONT ASSEMBLY:SEAT HEATER/COOLER

  • TSB #PIT5434C

    NHTSA ID #10154558

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician only to provide additional tips when diagnosing a front heated seat concern and is not meant to be a diagnostic flow chart or replace Service Information.  Al

  • TSB #PI1091C

    NHTSA ID #10137410

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of warm air exhausting from driver and/or passenger front seat back into 2nd row seating area causing occupant discomfort.

  • TSB #PIT5543

    NHTSA ID #10113358

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a dead battery after sitting for more than 20 days. Technician will need to change Rear Heated Seat Control Module power circuit 5140

  • TSB #06-08-50-009I

    NHTSA ID #10112302

    This informational bulletin provides Information on Passenger Presence Sensing System (PPS or PSS) Concerns with Custom Upholstery, Accessory Seat Heaters or Other Comfort Enhancing Devices

SEATS:MID/REAR ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #PIT5550B

    NHTSA ID #10149054

    This Preliminary information communicates that an inoperative third row folding seat back may not fold down or up.  This information advises dealers on how the seat functions and also a common area where an open circuit may be found between

  • TSB #PIT5284B

    NHTSA ID #10081049

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A RATTLE NOISE FROM THE SECOND ROW SEAT. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO INSPECT THE STRIKER NOT ALIGNED PROPERLY

ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL

  • TSB #PIT4322J

    NHTSA ID #10145500

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an unwanted Stability Activation and/or a Service Stability message on the Driver Information Center. Technician may find a Diagnosti

  • TSB #060089026N

    NHTSA ID #10139278

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns that cant be duplicated.

  • TSB #PIT5288E

    NHTSA ID #10114850

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #080730026D

    NHTSA ID #10135242

    This informational bulletin provides information on Some vehicles may rock or move slightly forward or rearward while in Park at start up after cold soak. This condition may be accompanied by a clunk noise. This is a slight movement that is

ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL:AUTOMATIC (ASC)

  • TSB #PIT4322H

    NHTSA ID #10157009

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an unwanted Stability Activation and/or a Service Stability message on the Driver Information Center. Technician may find a Diagnosti

  • TSB #PIT5481A

    NHTSA ID #10111716

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with additional information on the functionality of Lane Keep Assist. Starting with 2016 model year Lane Keep Assist Regular Production Option Code (UHX) repl

FORWARD COLLISION AVOIDANCE: ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL

  • TSB #PIT5572C

    NHTSA ID #10164756

    This Preliminary information communicates a Service Adaptive Cruise With DTC C018C SYM3A After Replacing K14 Distance Sensing Cruise Control Module and provides tips for completing all necessary steps and to contact TCSC if configuration do

FORWARD COLLISION AVOIDANCE: SENSING SYSTEM: CAMERA

  • TSB #16-NA-389

    NHTSA ID #10137996

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the FVCM if the battery has issues that are related to the front camera module.

LANE DEPARTURE

  • TSB #080310006G

    NHTSA ID #10169356

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure on how to clean and resurface aluminum wheel bead seats for vehicles that have the condition of Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated, Aluminum Wheel B

  • TSB #PIT5535B

    NHTSA ID #10114065

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles thatmay have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble

  • TSB #16-NA-389

    NHTSA ID #10137636

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the FVCM if the battery has issues that are related to the front camera module.

  • TSB #PIT5535

    NHTSA ID #10111723

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have that may have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnos

  • TSB #PIT5481A

    NHTSA ID #10111716

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with additional information on the functionality of Lane Keep Assist. Starting with 2016 model year Lane Keep Assist Regular Production Option Code (UHX) repl

  • TSB #PIT5398A

    NHTSA ID #10115135

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have the rear vision camera system displaying "Rear Park Assist Symbols Unavailable" and the steering grid lines displayed do not show

  • TSB #PIT5481

    NHTSA ID #10115136

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with additional information on the functionality of Lane Keep Assist. For 2016 model year Lane Keep Assist Regular Production Option Code (UHX) replaced Lane

LANE DEPARTURE: WARNING

  • TSB #PIT5535C

    NHTSA ID #10143756

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles thatmay have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble

  • TSB #PIT5481

    NHTSA ID #10075752

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

LANE DEPARTURE: ASSIST

LANE DEPARTURE: LANE KEEP: STEERING ASSIST

  • TSB #PIT5535C

    NHTSA ID #10143756

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles thatmay have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble

LANE DEPARTURE: SENSING SYSTEM: CAMERA

  • TSB #18NA360

    NHTSA ID #10154991

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the side mirror cameras if found the cause of the reduced key fob range.

  • TSB #PIT5535C

    NHTSA ID #10143756

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles thatmay have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble

BACK OVER PREVENTION

  • TSB #PIT5622A

    NHTSA ID #10163664

    This Preliminary information communicates instructions dealer to inspect for a broken or damaged side objector sensor/module bracket if there is a "Side Detection System Unavailable" message displayed at startup. 

  • TSB #PIT5535

    NHTSA ID #10111723

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have that may have Service Front Camera, Service Lane Departure Warning, and Service Lane Keep Assist Message. Technician may find Diagnos

  • TSB #150601002E

    NHTSA ID #10135248

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to repair the valve lifter oil manifold and/or lifters to correct the customers concern of engine misfire, ticking noise and/or MIL on.

BACK OVER PREVENTION: WARNINGS

  • TSB #PIT5507D

    NHTSA ID #10137207

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a diagnostic trouble code U0159 set in the instrument panel cluster and /or the body control module. For vehicles equipped with U

BACK OVER PREVENTION: CAMERA SYSTEM

  • TSB #PIC5611E

    NHTSA ID #10114072

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the rear view camera options on the vehicles equipped with rear view camera. The rear view camera brightness can be adjusted on some models while the tr

  • TSB #PIC6220A

    NHTSA ID #10113298

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with an intermittent loss of gridlines in the rear camera display screen and a "Service Rear Vision System" message that both happen at the sam

  • TSB #PIC6220

    NHTSA ID #10099150

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES WITH AN INTERMITTENT LOSS OF GRIDLINES IN THE REAR CAMERA DISPLAY SCREEN AND A "SERVICE REAR VISION SYSTEM" MESSAGE THAT BOTH HAPPEN AT THE SAM

  • TSB #PIT5482A

    NHTSA ID #10096223

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A "SERVICE FRONT CAMERA" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER INTERMITTENTLY. WHEN THE TECHNICIAN USES THE SCAN TOOL TO CHECK

BACK OVER PREVENTION: SENSING SYSTEM: CAMERA

  • TSB #PIT5552C

    NHTSA ID #10154322

    This Preliminary information communicates repair information for the rear vision camera or surround vision camera image being: -  Yellow -  Blurry -  Distorted -  Image scrolling -  Image with NO gridlines -  Screen is blue with gri

  • TSB #PIT5552B

    NHTSA ID #10129881

    This Preliminary information communicates repair information for therear vision camera or surround vision camera image being: - Yellow - Blurry -Distorted - Image scrolling - Image with NO gridlines - Screen is blue with gridlines

  • TSB #17NA375

    NHTSA ID #10139141

    This informational bulletin provides a diagnostic tip for rear vision camera image that is grainy, distorted and/or pixelated

  • TSB #16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10134546

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the radio to correct a customer concern of radio Inoperative, blue Screen, AM clipping noise, HD on/off status not retained in stations, time lag on transitions, no audio with intern

COMMUNICATION

  • TSB #PIT5245C

    NHTSA ID #10129064

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the blower motor may be noisy or vibrate when running. This concern will only occur when the temperatures is below 32 degrees Fahrenheit a

COMMUNICATIONS:HORN ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #18NA087

    NHTSA ID #10137420

    This informational bulletin provides information on Phantom Three Beeps or Horn Chirps Heard After Turning Off Vehicle and that it should be considered normal.

EQUIPMENT

  • TSB #PI0592F

    NHTSA ID #10170498

    This preliminary information bulletin provides information om Service Programming System (SPS) Error Codes (E4398, E4399, E4403, M4404, M4413, M6954, M6955, E4414, E4423, E4491 or E6961).

  • TSB #PIP5684

    NHTSA ID #10167455

    This Preliminary information communicates the use of air leak diagnostic test tool CH-52250 in addition to the information found in the service manual.

  • TSB #17NA073

    NHTSA ID #10166638

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information regarding the field action courtesy transportation policy.

  • TSB #18NA146

    NHTSA ID #10165087

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information, proper labor operation selection and causal part identification for warranty transactions (U.S. Only).

  • TSB #130089008B

    NHTSA ID #10165126

    This bulleting provides Wiring, Terminal and Connector Repair Information including how to determine the Service Part Number in eSI and how to locate the part(s) in the EPC.

  • TSB #PIT5698

    NHTSA ID #10163686

    This Preliminary information communicates additional information on how a LIN bus operates and diagnostic tips when working on a LIN bus.

  • TSB #990089019R

    NHTSA ID #10163900

    This informational bulletin provides process information for the (GWM) and (WPC) parts return program.

  • TSB #19NA137

    NHTSA ID #10164119

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to add PET tape to the brake cables if the cause of the customers concern.

  • TSB #PIT3099R

    NHTSA ID #10163659

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about installing General Motors Accessory parts/kits.  Technicians should refer to Service Information for information regarding most accessories.  Technician

  • TSB #1308116001E

    NHTSA ID #10163272

    The intent of this technical bulletin is to identify aftermarket ALDL or DLC interface devices as potential sources for causing multiple customer concerns that do not have other diagnostic methods to identify them.

  • TSB #16NA222

    NHTSA ID #10163193

    This bulletin provides information on Engine Concerns that could result from lack of scheduled maintenance, improper service or aftermarket calibrations.

  • TSB #090604026Q

    NHTSA ID #10163266

    This informational bulletin provides information on identifying Non-GM Engine Calibrations for Gasoline Engines using the Tech 2 or GDS 2.

  • TSB #000601012J

    NHTSA ID #10163260

    This informational bulletin advises about the possible issues that may occur when using a scotch brite pad or highly abrasive disk on gasket sealing surfaces or reused parts.

  • TSB #19NA125

    NHTSA ID #10163245

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians and customers on possible carpet color mismatch.

  • TSB #17NA308

    NHTSA ID #10163220

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of carpet damage, seat mounting stud wear through, hole in second row (Intermediate) carpet.

  • TSB #PIP5632A

    NHTSA ID #10161046

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #16NA119

    NHTSA ID #10161929

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information to cover GM's policy on performing GM covered vehicle services and maintenance on vehicles originating/sold in Canada.

  • TSB #PIP5226C

    NHTSA ID #10160983

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about finding needle bearings during an oil change. Technician will gain access to the roller rockers to inspect them. Only replace the roller rocker that is

  • TSB #080089014E

    NHTSA ID #10161907

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Use of Dealer Case Management (DCM) and Being Prepared for Contacting U.S. Technical Assistance (TAC).

  • TSB #17NA153

    NHTSA ID #10160086

    This informational bulletin provides information and operating tips for the hands free lift gate.

  • TSB #17NA166

    NHTSA ID #10160087

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to measure vibration and install engine mounts to correct a Rough Idle in Drive concern.

  • TSB #PIC6360

    NHTSA ID #10160672

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the Navigation radio does not have a global positioning system location but OnStar is able to accurately locate the vehicle. Technician sh

  • TSB #17NA267

    NHTSA ID #10160112

    This informational bulletin provides information for 22" accessory wheel/tire usages.

  • TSB #1008110001H

    NHTSA ID #10160135

    This informational bulletin provides information on proper use of floor mats.

  • TSB #060089029O

    NHTSA ID #10158859

    This informational bulletin provides information on interior cleaning products and what is offered to clean the interiors of GM vehicles.

  • TSB #1008110001G

    NHTSA ID #10158867

    This informational bulletin provides information on proper use of floor mats.

  • TSB #16NA111

    NHTSA ID #10158781

    This informational bulletin provides diagnostic/inspection information for the air box and air filter seal to correct a MIL and DTCs P0420 and P0430 setting.

  • TSB #PIE0500A

    NHTSA ID #10158874

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information to check the shutters through the grille opening of the vehicle. If snow and/or ice is present on the active grille air shutters, take pictures and submit through the Field R

  • TSB #100845001F

    NHTSA ID #10158863

    This bulletin provides information for electrical ground repairs using new replacement fasteners with "conductive finish".

  • TSB #090089002Q

    NHTSA ID #10158862

    This informational bulletin advises the dealers to maintain the vehicle stock on hand by doing a full inspection on the vehicles before sold (prepping) to the customer.

  • TSB #PIP4902L

    NHTSA ID #10156916

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #060605001H

    NHTSA ID #10158860

    This informational bulletin explains the normal characteristics of exhaust noise during active fuel management when in Three or Four Cylinder Mode.

  • TSB #150601002H

    NHTSA ID #10158866

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to repair the valve lifter oil manifold and/or lifters to correct the customers concern of engine misfire, ticking noise and/or MIL on.

  • TSB #120089002C

    NHTSA ID #10155073

    This informational bulletin provides the dealer with information on what to do when requesting a new key code for the customer.

  • TSB #17NA073

    NHTSA ID #10154641

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information regarding the field action courtesy transportation policy.

  • TSB #090089016F

    NHTSA ID #10155071

    This warranty nonadministrative bulletin provides information on the proper use of the labor operation 0600014.

  • TSB #090089002P

    NHTSA ID #10155070

    This informational bulletin advises the dealers to maintain the vehicle stock on hand by doing a full inspection on the vehicles before sold (prepping) to the customer.

  • TSB #17NA346

    NHTSA ID #10155055

    This informational bulletin provides a listing of the parts availability for coax repair procedures and what is needed to complete some repairs.

  • TSB #PIE0500

    NHTSA ID #10155065

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information to check the shutters through the grille opening of the vehicle. If snow and/or ice is present on the active grille air shutters, take pictures and submit through the Field R

  • TSB #060089026O

    NHTSA ID #10155010

    This warranty bulletin provides labor operation numbers for customer concerns Not duplicated (CCND).

  • TSB #080089014C

    NHTSA ID #10155014

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Use of Dealer Case Management (DCM) and Being Prepared for Contacting U.S. Technical Assistance (TAC).

  • TSB #PIT3946C

    NHTSA ID #10151839

    This Preliminary Information communicates an issues with the headliner sagging and how to reattach the velcro using Hardman Double Bubble Epoxy part number 04001.

  • TSB #18NA099

    NHTSA ID #10155101

    This bulletin provides information for use on a Product Assistance Claim (PAC), which is formally known as a Product Allegation Resolution (PAR) claim.

  • TSB #PIP5601

    NHTSA ID #10147401

    This Preliminary information communicates

  • TSB #PIP4902K

    NHTSA ID #10144476

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #PIP5304B

    NHTSA ID #10144458

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a “Service 4WD Message” displayed in the Driver Information Center. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes C0392 or

  • TSB #PIC6095C

    NHTSA ID #10143758

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to tell the difference between the integrated center stack, the radio, the human machine interface, and the vehicle communication interface module. The

  • TSB #PIP5121C

    NHTSA ID #10143459

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have the oil pressure gauge jumps from approximately 40 lb. to 60 lb. The 4.3L (LV3), 5.3L (L83), 6.2L (L86) engines are equipped with a t

  • TSB #PIT5232E

    NHTSA ID #10143456

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician the steps to diagnose and repair the concern of the display is showing 32° F (0° C) after a battery or reprogramming a module. The outside temperature

  • TSB #PIT5380C

    NHTSA ID #10141379

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a front driver's or passenger's seat back may lean or be turned outward. Technician will need to remove the seat bottom tr

  • TSB #PIT5617

    NHTSA ID #10141380

    This Preliminary information communicates information to have dealers contact TCSC for programming assistance with new amplifier part numbers until all the new amplifier numbers are setup correctly for programming.

  • TSB #PIT5399A

    NHTSA ID #10141371

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about connectivity concerns when connecting an Apple device via USB cord. Technician should insure the customer is using an original equipment manufacturer Ap

  • TSB #PIP5569

    NHTSA ID #10141364

    This Preliminary information communicates to the dealer an issue where the vehicle's engine may crank over unprompted and not start afterward. This is the result of hooking up the Active Fuel Injector Tool incorrectly on vehicles equip

  • TSB #PIP5498H

    NHTSA ID #10141365

    This Preliminary information communicates A vehicle may have a concern of DTCP050D setting along with a P0300 after a cold start up. White smoke and/or coolant odor may come from exhaust for an extended period of time at cold start as well

  • TSB #150603002M

    NHTSA ID #10137559

    This bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries.

  • TSB #150603002L

    NHTSA ID #10137558

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #18NA099

    NHTSA ID #10137537

    This informational bulletin provides information for use on a Product Assistance Claim (PAC), which is formally known as a Product Allegation Resolution (PAR) claim.

  • TSB #130089010B

    NHTSA ID #10137557

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on policies regarding a Product Assistance Claim (PAC) within the Courtesy Transportation Assistance Program.

  • TSB #110849001W

    NHTSA ID #10137386

    This technical bulletin provides information on Transport Mode On Message Displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the transport mode message on and off.

  • TSB #PI1091C

    NHTSA ID #10137410

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of warm air exhausting from driver and/or passenger front seat back into 2nd row seating area causing occupant discomfort.

  • TSB #17NA214

    NHTSA ID #10137374

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct customer concerns of OnStar, XM, GPS or antenna malfunction ? may set DTC B2462, B2470 or B125C - and/or water leak on headliner at sun visor or overhead console areas, possible

  • TSB #PIT5511B

    NHTSA ID #10129879

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that some vehicles may have a dim Driver Information Center when the interior of the vehicle is hot from a sun load or extended heater operation. The Driver Information Cente

  • TSB #150603002K

    NHTSA ID #10139283

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #050851001I

    NHTSA ID #10139277

    This information bulletin provides a procedure on how to remove the paint stain that may present itself under the shipping film.

  • TSB #PIP5540

    NHTSA ID #10129051

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician the need to inspect the induction system for potential icing issues in very cold ambient temperatures. To allow the ice to melt so that it can be drained from the related component

  • TSB #17NA074

    NHTSA ID #10139225

    This informational bulletin provides information and Tips for Customers Having Difficulty Launching Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.

  • TSB #040089015R

    NHTSA ID #10139208

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #070089037L

    NHTSA ID #10139212

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for courtesy transportation and roadside assistance programs.

  • TSB #120089007A

    NHTSA ID #10139181

    This informational bulletin provides information on dealer responsibility for cargo carrying capacity labeling and the part numbers for the labels.

  • TSB #16NA239

    NHTSA ID #10139220

    This Bulletin provides a procedure to activate/enable 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot on New vehicle.

  • TSB #070089036I

    NHTSA ID #10139211

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on enhancing field product reports with digital pictures.

  • TSB #16NA356

    NHTSA ID #10139099

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to clear the codes and re-evaluate the XM radio channels to correct a condition of audio muting when listening to some Sirius XM channels but if they change channels they will find others that e

  • TSB #16NA158

    NHTSA ID #10139095

    This bulletin describes the Dealer special tool loan program process.

  • TSB #17NA214

    NHTSA ID #10139131

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct customer concerns of OnStar, XM, GPS or antenna malfunction ? may set DTC B2462, B2470 or B125C - and/or water leak on headliner at sun visor or overhead console areas, possible

  • TSB #17NA346

    NHTSA ID #10139118

    This informational bulletin provides a listing of the parts availability for coax repair procedures and what is needed to complete some repairs.

  • TSB #PIT3946B

    NHTSA ID #10123284

    This Preliminary Information communicates an issues with the headliner sagging and how to reattachthe velcrousing Hardman Double Bubble Epoxy part number 04001.

  • TSB #150089005A

    NHTSA ID #10134594

    This warranty administration bulletin provides dealership personnel with policy and procedure requirements for essential tools that include consumable parts (U.S. Only).

  • TSB #070849020M

    NHTSA ID #10134621

    This informational bulletin provides information for the IPC odometer programming method quick reference guide.

  • TSB #150089004B

    NHTSA ID #10134593

    This informational bulletin provides technicians with updated information to help identify the differences between what is considered a fluid leak, and what is considered seepage.

  • TSB #PIT5353B

    NHTSA ID #10123222

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #150603002H

    NHTSA ID #10134595

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #PIT5585

    NHTSA ID #10157042

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that will have an intermittent pop noise from the speakers followed by a reset of the radio and clock. Technician will need to check for Diagno

  • TSB #17NA308

    NHTSA ID #10159624

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of carpet damage, seat mounting stud wear through, hole in second row (Intermediate) carpet.

  • TSB #PIP4723C

    NHTSA ID #10157018

    This Preliminary Information communicates to the dealer the process for downloading or updating operating software for the Tire Pressure Monitor, Active Fuel Injector tester, multi media tester, PICO Scope, GR8 starting/charging tester and

  • TSB #PIT5074K

    NHTSA ID #10157020

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the use of J-35616-64B terminal test probe, replacement terminals, and terminated leads. The J-35616-64B is the latest test probe released for checking

  • TSB #PIT5403D

    NHTSA ID #10157012

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps to diagnosis and repair vehicles with various handling, vehicle dynamics concerns, noises from the suspension or underbody, or issues related t

  • TSB #040601029I

    NHTSA ID #10159572

    This informational bulletin explains the importance of maintaining the vehicle.

  • TSB #000601012H

    NHTSA ID #10159569

    This informational bulletin advises the possible issues that may occur using a scotch brite pad or highly abrasive disk on gasket sealing surfaces or reused parts.

  • TSB #PIT5389E

    NHTSA ID #10156999

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have an OnStar system that has progression tones when pressing the blue or red button. Technician will need to call General Motors Tech

  • TSB #150603002G

    NHTSA ID #10159578

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #PIC6296A

    NHTSA ID #10137747

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that when scanning a vehicle for Diagnostic Trouble Codes, may find a temporary loss of Human Machine Interface communication with Global Diagnostic System 2.

  • TSB #99-08-51-001D

    NHTSA ID #10140406

    Thins informational bulletin provides information on Paint-less Dent Repair Process.

  • TSB #PIT5301B

    NHTSA ID #10137737

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that Diagnostic Trouble Code B127E in the Human Machine Interface with Regular Production Option Code U42 or UWG will be current when playing a DVD or Blu-Ray on the Integrat

  • TSB #04-00-89-015Q

    NHTSA ID #10140296

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #08-08-44-029H

    NHTSA ID #10140297

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on warranty and policy exchange program for electronic products for U.S. and Canada dealers only.

  • TSB #PIP5507

    NHTSA ID #10118290

    This Preliminary information communicatesIn ambient temperatures 100F (37.7 C)degrees or higher, DTCs P2635 and/or P018B may set.The vehicle may also exhibit a hesitation or stalling condition.Excessively Hot and sustained ambient temperatu

  • TSB #17-NA-170

    NHTSA ID #10137665

    This informational bulletin explains the Road Force balancers and what they can do for customer concerns.

  • TSB #05-00-89-029D

    NHTSA ID #10137605

    This informational bulletin provides information on General Motors Dealership Critical Equipment Requirements and Recommendations.

  • TSB #17-NA-157

    NHTSA ID #10137653

    This informational bulletin explains the difference in oil filters and the possibilities of what may happen using the incorrect filter.

  • TSB #16-NA-383

    NHTSA ID #10137635

    This informational bulletin advises of a new fuel injection kit used for decarbonizing the intake valves, and explains how toptier fuels should be used to reduce carbon build up.

  • TSB #PI0020E

    NHTSA ID #10137676

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides technicians with information on the normal condition of white, milky or cloudy appearance of front differential fluid.

  • TSB #03-00-89-006N

    NHTSA ID #10137602

    This informational bulletin provides the dealership with how to prep a vehicle for delivery to the customer to aid in higher CSi scores.

  • TSB #04-00-89-015O

    NHTSA ID #10137603

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #15-06-03-002F

    NHTSA ID #10113979

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #PIP5338A

    NHTSA ID #10113416

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vibration complaints that are one of the most challenging complaints to accurately diagnose and repair. Technician will need to use Pico Oscilloscope Di

  • TSB #GCUS-3-814

    NHTSA ID #10130553

    44180 01 - Customer Satisfaction - Certain vehicles may have key codes which were inappropriately handled by a third party which could increase the risk of vehicle theft. Dealers are to replace all applicable keys and lock cylinders with ne

  • TSB #PIE0359A

    NHTSA ID #10138006

    This engineering information bulletin is ending the need for information on vehicles with the condition of Vehicle Crank with No Start or Stalling with DTC P0011 and/or P00C6 Set.

  • TSB #11-00-89-004B

    NHTSA ID #10137624

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on the change in product field action customer reimbursement procedure.

  • TSB #150603002D

    NHTSA ID #10135250

    Original Equipment Batteries Part Number and ACDelco Replacement Battery Approved Warranty Part Numbers

  • TSB #150603002C

    NHTSA ID #10135249

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #16NA043

    NHTSA ID #10082277

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES THE CORRECT INFORMATION THAT IS NEEDED TO CORRECTLY KNOW WHAT TPM SENSOR IS NEEDED TO BE INSTALLED ON VEHICLES IF THERE IS ACCESSORY WHEELS INSTALLED AND WHO TO CONTACT WHEN THE ACCESSORY WHEELS WILL NOT

  • TSB #140089004B

    NHTSA ID #10082863

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION FOR IGNITION KEY, FOB, KEY TAGS AND KEY RINGS CONFIGURATION FOR VARIOUS VEHICLES AND APPLYING A QR CODE STICKER OR BARCODE STICKER TO THE FOB.

  • TSB #070898001B

    NHTSA ID #10082860

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON GM DOES NOT APPROVE THE USE OF ¿CLIPPING¿ TO REPAIR COLLISION DAMAGE TO VEHICLES. GM HAS NOT TESTED OR VALIDATED A ¿CLIPPED VEHICLE¿ REPAIR; THEREFORE, GM CANNOT ENDORSE THIS TYPE OF REPAI

  • TSB #00-03-10-006M

    NHTSA ID #10089121

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES GUIDANCE TO GM DEALERS WHEN USING GM APPROVED TIRE FORCE VARIATION MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT.

  • TSB #PIT5511

    NHTSA ID #10081323

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT SOME VEHICLES MAY HAVE A DIM DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER WHEN THE INTERIOR OF THE VEHICLE IS HOT FROM A SUN LOAD OR EXTENDED HEATER OPERATION. THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTE

  • TSB #11-08-49-001R

    NHTSA ID #10089228

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REMOVE THE TRANSPORT MODE ON MESSAGE DISPLAYED IN THE DIC DUE TO VEHICLES SHIPPED OVER LONG DISTANCES OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA.

  • TSB #10-08-110-001E

    NHTSA ID #10089247

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE PROPER USE OF FLOOR MATS.

  • TSB #PIC-6095-A

    NHTSA ID #10078921

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH A DIAGNOSTIC AID FOR IDENTIFYING INFOTAINMENT COMPONENTS ON THE VEHICLES TO ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT COMPONENT IS ORDERED OR REPLACED AND THE CORRECT LABOR CODE IS USED

  • TSB #16-NA-119

    NHTSA ID #10134536

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on GM?s policy on performing GM covered vehicle services and maintenance on vehicles originating/sold in Canada.

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-130

    NHTSA ID #10078568

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON HOW TO INSPECT THE UPPER VALVE BODY TO DETERMINE THE CORRECT RPO USAGE TO CORRECT A CONCERN THAT AFTER INSTALLATION OF A REPLACEMENT UPPER VALVE BODY, THE TRANSMISSION MAY HAVE NO REVERSE

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-134

    NHTSA ID #10078573

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO UPDATE THE IPC FIRMWARE TO CORRECT A CONCERN THAT A TECHNICIAN MAY HAVE AN ISSUE PERFORMING THE USB FILE TRANSFER PORTION OF THE IPC PROGRAMMING PROCESS IF THE ANDROID AUTO UPGRADE (BULLETIN 1

  • TSB #PIC6197

    NHTSA ID #10083765

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN AND THE STEPS TO REPAIR THE CONCERN. PHONE WILL NOT CONNECT TO ANDROID AUTO.

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-117

    NHTSA ID #10078481

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON THE PURPOSE OF MAGNETIC DRAIN PLUGS.

  • TSB #PI-0281-E

    NHTSA ID #10078435

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION THAT MAY BE HELPFUL WHEN ADDRESSING UNDERBODY COMPONENT CORROSION WITH CUSTOMERS.

  • TSB #PIT-5288-D

    NHTSA ID #10078602

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN. CUSTOMER'S POSSIBLE CONCERNS ARE: REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY INOPERATIVE, PASSIVE ENTRY AND START INOPERATIVE, NO FOB DETECT MESSAGE ON DRI

  • TSB #PIC5260A

    NHTSA ID #10083512

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THE STEPS ON DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN. VEHICLE'S SUNROOF OPERATION INTERMITTENT, BIND, NOISE, AUTO-REVERSE, AND/OR WATER LEAKS.

  • TSB #PIT5288D

    NHTSA ID #10083861

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN. CUSTOMER'S POSSIBLE CONCERNS ARE: REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY INOPERATIVE, PASSIVE ENTRY AND START INOPERATIVE, NO FOB DETECT MESSAGE ON DRI

  • TSB #PIC-6187-A

    NHTSA ID #10078588

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. THE CUSTOMER IS UNABLE TO SELECT RADIO PRESETS FROM THE USB OR SD CARD AS THEY ARE GREYED OUT.

  • TSB #07-00-89-037I

    NHTSA ID #10112791

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on Courtesy Transportation and Roadside Assistance Programs

  • TSB #15-06-03-002B

    NHTSA ID #10112785

    This informational bulletin provides information on Original Equipment Batteries Part Number and ACDelco Replacement Battery Approved Warranty Part Numbers

  • TSB #PIC6177

    NHTSA ID #10113894

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with information on vehicles with navigation radio Regular Production Option Code IO6 or UY4 that defaults to West Virginia instead of Virginia on a manual entry. General Mo

  • TSB #PIT5496

    NHTSA ID #10096241

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS NEED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE RATTLE OR BUZZ NOISE FROM THE REAR OF THE VEHICLE. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO REMOVE RIGHT REAR I

  • TSB #PIT5291B

    NHTSA ID #10096207

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE WIND WHISTLE NOISE HEARD FROM THE RIGHT OR LEFT REAR QUARTER GLASS AREA WHEN DRIVING AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS OR WITH A CROSS WIND. TECHN

  • TSB #PIT5447A

    NHTSA ID #10096221

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS NEEDED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A RATTLE NOISE FROM THE DASH. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO INSPECT FOR THE REAR HEATER PIPES CONT

  • TSB #PIP5226A

    NHTSA ID #10096026

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT FINDING NEEDLE BEARINGS DURING AN OIL CHANGE. TECHNICIAN WILL GAIN ACCESS TO THE ROLLER ROCKERS TO INSPECT THEM. ONLY REPLACE THE ROLLER ROCKER THAT IS

  • TSB #PIT5482A

    NHTSA ID #10096223

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A "SERVICE FRONT CAMERA" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER INTERMITTENTLY. WHEN THE TECHNICIAN USES THE SCAN TOOL TO CHECK

  • TSB #PIP5261A

    NHTSA ID #10096054

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN THAT SOME VEHICLES MAY HAVE A HIGH PITCHED WHINE NOISE FROM THE VEHICLE NOTICED WHEN DRIVING IN AUTO 4WD. WHEN THE TRANSFER CASE CONTROL MODULE HAS TO MOVE TH

  • TSB #PIT5353A

    NHTSA ID #10114977

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #15-NA-069

    NHTSA ID #10137258

    This informational bulletin provides information for technicians on the reuse of fasteners and the proper reading of torque specifications.

  • TSB #PIT5214B

    NHTSA ID #10115138

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have had multiple repair attempts are being performed on customer?s vehicles that exhibit vibration conditions without utilizing the suppo

  • TSB #PIP5345

    NHTSA ID #10075412

    SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

  • TSB #PIP5345

    NHTSA ID #10114934

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about being to achieve pre-load when setting up the pinion bearing pre-loads during reassembly of the 9.5/9.76 inch rear axles. Technician will need to use pi

  • TSB #PIT5471

    NHTSA ID #10114874

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the lift-gate actuator or strut that is going to be removed or replaced. If the actuator or strut comes loose off a ball stud after it has

  • TSB #09-00-89-002L

    NHTSA ID #10138154

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on properly maintaining vehicles in dealer inventory.

  • TSB #03-00-89-006L

    NHTSA ID #10138125

    This informational bulletin provides dealership personnel with information on new vehicle Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) process and to encourage delivering quality vehicles and generating higher CSi scores.

  • TSB #PI1250B

    NHTSA ID #10137939

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information on the introduction of the Advanced Diagnostics - Proactive Alerts available on many models.

  • TSB #PI0091B

    NHTSA ID #10113620

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of Iitermittently key will not rotate in door or ignition lock cylinder.

  • TSB #09-00-89-016D

    NHTSA ID #10135384

    This warranty administration bulletin provides retail and wholesale service personnel with the policies and the warranty claims submission procedures that support Labor Operation 0600014 ? Suspected Tampering or Vehicle Modifications.

  • TSB #12-06-01-008B

    NHTSA ID #10135383

    This informational bulletin provides dealership personnel information on unscheduled supplemental services (including flushing services and additives) and proper use of GM simplified maintenance schedules (Canada only).

EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL

  • TSB #17NA291

    NHTSA ID #10168181

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the radio for vehicles with the condition of Intermittent Pop Noise from the Speakers Followed by a Reset of the Radio and Clock due to a software issue.

  • TSB #PIT3099S

    NHTSA ID #10165874

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about installing General Motors Accessory parts/kits.  Technicians should refer to Service Information for information regarding most accessories.  Technician

  • TSB #PIC6360

    NHTSA ID #10160672

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the Navigation radio does not have a global positioning system location but OnStar is able to accurately locate the vehicle. Technician sh

  • TSB #070849020P

    NHTSA ID #10158861

    This informational bulletin provides information for the IPC odometer programming method quick reference guide.

  • TSB #PIP4902M

    NHTSA ID #10156939

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #PIT5511C

    NHTSA ID #10156936

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that some vehicles may have a dim Driver Information Center when the interior of the vehicle is hot from a sun load or extended heater operation. The Driver Information Cente

  • TSB #PIP5632

    NHTSA ID #10156929

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #030603004X

    NHTSA ID #10154626

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #PIC6073E

    NHTSA ID #10154606

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the Media Oriented Systems Transport Bus Diagnostic Tool Kit (EL-51578) has been released to help diagnose any of the Media Oriented Systems Transport b

  • TSB #PIP5304B

    NHTSA ID #10144458

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a “Service 4WD Message” displayed in the Driver Information Center. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes C0392 or

  • TSB #PIC6095C

    NHTSA ID #10143758

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to tell the difference between the integrated center stack, the radio, the human machine interface, and the vehicle communication interface module. The

  • TSB #PIC5953D

    NHTSA ID #10143443

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have an issue when using Bluetooth voice recognition with an iPhone. Technician should work with the customer to insure the phone cont

  • TSB #PIT5622

    NHTSA ID #10143432

    This Preliminary information communicates instructions dealer to inspect for a broken or damaged side objector sensor/module bracket if there is a "Side Detection System Unavailable" message displayed at startup.

  • TSB #PIT5457C

    NHTSA ID #10143433

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #18NA141

    NHTSA ID #10137599

    This informational bulletin provides information on Audio Volume Stuck High or Low with No DTCs and that this is a normal characteristic.

  • TSB #18NA087

    NHTSA ID #10137420

    This informational bulletin provides information on Phantom Three Beeps or Horn Chirps Heard After Turning Off Vehicle and that it should be considered normal.

  • TSB #PIT5354B

    NHTSA ID #10126973

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician how to determine if the vehicle is equipped with wireless fidelity. Technician should check the Regular Production Option Code list for (VV4).

  • TSB #PIT6504

    NHTSA ID #10126965

    This Preliminary information communicates if the liftglass will not open using keyless entry to verify Valet Mode is not enabled.

  • TSB #PIT5604

    NHTSA ID #10126967

    This Preliminary information communicates if the liftglass will not open using keyless entry to verify Valet Mode is not enabled.

  • TSB #PIC5839D

    NHTSA ID #10126951

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a clock that is slow to update while driving when the clock auto set feature enabled. Dealer should communicate to the customer t

  • TSB #17NA386

    NHTSA ID #10139176

    This informational bulletin provides information for the technicians on multi-media infotainment tester (MIT), does not function properly when diagnosing infotainment complaints, which may lead to mis-diagnosis.

  • TSB #16NA239

    NHTSA ID #10139220

    This Bulletin provides a procedure to activate/enable 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot on New vehicle.

  • TSB #17NA344

    NHTSA ID #10139116

    This informational bulletin provides information for the technician when looking up the P/N for the 3.5 mm audio jack for the USB, to make sure and enter the VIN# to ensure the correct part is being ordered.

  • TSB #17NA214

    NHTSA ID #10139131

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct customer concerns of OnStar, XM, GPS or antenna malfunction ? may set DTC B2462, B2470 or B125C - and/or water leak on headliner at sun visor or overhead console areas, possible

  • TSB #PIT5594

    NHTSA ID #10125109

    This Preliminary information communicates a normal DIC message after learning keys/fobs which indicates the drivers memory position.

  • TSB #PIT5389E

    NHTSA ID #10156999

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have an OnStar system that has progression tones when pressing the blue or red button. Technician will need to call General Motors Tech

  • TSB #13-08-116-001C

    NHTSA ID #10140298

    The intent of this technical bulletin is to identify aftermarket ALDL or DLC interface devices as potential sources for causing multiple customer concerns that do not have other diagnostic methods to identify them.

  • TSB #PIC6296A

    NHTSA ID #10137747

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that when scanning a vehicle for Diagnostic Trouble Codes, may find a temporary loss of Human Machine Interface communication with Global Diagnostic System 2.

  • TSB #PIT5301B

    NHTSA ID #10137737

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that Diagnostic Trouble Code B127E in the Human Machine Interface with Regular Production Option Code U42 or UWG will be current when playing a DVD or Blu-Ray on the Integrat

  • TSB #PIC5932B

    NHTSA ID #10137705

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about customers that may complain of various concerns when using Bluetooth components. Technician should use the Preliminary Information to gather information

  • TSB #16-NA-042

    NHTSA ID #10108624

    This informational bulletin provides information on GM offering the Android Auto feature upgrade for 2016 and 2017 model year vehicles and how to proceed with reprogramming the vehicles to include this application for use.

  • TSB #16-NA-042

    NHTSA ID #10113980

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  • TSB #GCUS-3-848

    NHTSA ID #10113383

    44180 02 - Customer Satisfaction. Certain vehicles may have key codes which were inappropriately handled by a third party which could increase the risk of vehicle theft. Dealers are to replace all applicable keys and lock cylinders with ne

  • TSB #PIT5287C

    NHTSA ID #10113405

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the correct way to remove the front shock electrical connector terminals. Technician will need to slightly bend the end of the J-38125-12A release tool.

  • TSB #PIT5295C

    NHTSA ID #10113342

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair vehicles with a CD or DVD player that will not take a disc. Technician will gain access to the player and inspect the playe

  • TSB #PIC6216C

    NHTSA ID #10113297

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles voice recognition inoperative for calling Bluetooth phone contacts. Technician will need to Clear All Private Data and repair any phones that w

  • TSB #PIT5354A

    NHTSA ID #10114848

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician how determine if the vehicle is equipped with wireless fidelity. Technician should check the Regular Production Option Code list for (VV4).

  • TSB #16NA125

    NHTSA ID #10135256

    This informational bulletin provides information to replace the propeller shaft if technicians find a broken propeller shaft or U-joint due to different causes.

  • TSB #16NA239

    NHTSA ID #10082411

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO ENABLE THE 4G LTE WIFI ON NEWLY DELIVERED VEHICLES FOR SOME VEHICLES THAT WERE NOT SHIPPED WITH THE FEATURE NOT ENABLED.

  • TSB #16NA242

    NHTSA ID #10082422

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES DIAGNOSTIC TIPS TO HELP CORRECT MULTIPLE CONCERNS REGARDING THE USB PORT BEING INOPERATIVE OR UNABLE TO PLAY MUSIC THROUGH THE USB PORT.

  • TSB #16-NA-111

    NHTSA ID #10078432

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO INSPECT THE AIR BOX AND AIR FILTER SEAL AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN THAT THE MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LIGHT (MIL) IS ILLUMINATED DUE TO EXCESSIVE SAND AND/OR DEBRIS ENT

  • TSB #16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10134546

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the radio to correct a customer concern of radio Inoperative, blue Screen, AM clipping noise, HD on/off status not retained in stations, time lag on transitions, no audio with intern

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-137

    NHTSA ID #10078575

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO INSTALL A NEW FOAM PATCH OVER THE MICROPHONE TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN THAT WHEN USING THE BLUETOOTH® PHONE SYSTEM IN THEIR VEHICLE, THE PERSON ON THE RECEIVING END OF A MOBILE TELEPHONE C

  • TSB #PIC4707E

    NHTSA ID #10083482

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN AND THE STEPS TO REPAIR THE CONCERN. THE VEHICLE'S XM TRAVEL LINK MAY BE INOPERTIVE.

  • TSB #PIT-5288-D

    NHTSA ID #10078602

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN. CUSTOMER'S POSSIBLE CONCERNS ARE: REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY INOPERATIVE, PASSIVE ENTRY AND START INOPERATIVE, NO FOB DETECT MESSAGE ON DRI

  • TSB #PIC6187A

    NHTSA ID #10083579

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. THE CUSTOMER IS UNABLE TO SELECT RADIO PRESETS FROM THE USB OR SD CARD AS THEY ARE GREYED OUT.

  • TSB #16-NA-055

    NHTSA ID #10116912

    This informational bulletin provides Information Regarding Servicing Components Located Near SIR Components and how to properly disable the SIR system for repairs at or near

  • TSB #03-08-46-004R

    NHTSA ID #10112299

    This informational bulletin provides information on Part Restriction and Ordering Process Information for OnStar Vehicle Communication Interface Modules (VCIM) (GMNA Only)

  • TSB #16-NA-011

    NHTSA ID #10112277

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to update your apple product to the latest software version to correct a condition of infotainment system will not return to media after bluetooth call ends

  • TSB #PI1250C

    NHTSA ID #10112268

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information on the advanced diagnostic alerts that are sent via onstar, they inform of DTC and indicator lamps that are set within the vehicles.

  • TSB #03-08-46-004Q

    NHTSA ID #10112261

    This informational bulletin provides information regarding Part Restriction and Ordering Process Information for OnStar Vehicle Communication Interface Modules

  • TSB #PIT5353A

    NHTSA ID #10114977

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #15-06-03-002A

    NHTSA ID #10137245

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel regarding original equipment battery part numbers and AC Delco replacement battery approved warranty part numbers.

  • TSB #PIT5288C

    NHTSA ID #10115105

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have any of these concerns remote keyless entry, passive Entry and Start Inoperative, No Fob detect message on driver information cent

  • TSB #PI0799A

    NHTSA ID #10126385

    This preliminary informational bulletin adds the 2014 - 2016 model years to cleaning information to correct a customer concern of seeing a white film/residue on the IP pad and/or door trim panels.

  • TSB #PIP5335

    NHTSA ID #10114887

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp on. Technician will find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0340 and P0341 setting at times.

  • TSB #PIT5399

    NHTSA ID #10114474

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about connectivity concerns when connecting an Apple device via USB cord. Technician should insure the customer is using an original equipment manufacturer Ap

  • TSB #13-08-116-001B

    NHTSA ID #10113773

    The intent of this technical bulletin is to identify aftermarket ALDL or DLC interface devices as potential sources for causing multiple customer concerns that do not have other diagnostic methods to identify them.

EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:ANTI-THEFT DEVICES

  • TSB #PIT5594B

    NHTSA ID #10168964

    This Preliminary information communicates a normal DIC message after learning keys/fobs which indicates the drivers memory position.

  • TSB #PIT5379D

    NHTSA ID #10125108

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a content theft alarm sounding for no apparent reason. Technician may use all published Service Information diagnostics and has n

  • TSB #16NA355

    NHTSA ID #10135289

    this informational bulletin provides Information on Using MyBuick, MyCadillac, MyChevrolet, and MyGMC Phone Applications to Control GM Accessory Remote Start Kits.

  • TSB #140089004C

    NHTSA ID #10135247

    The information in this bulletin details the proper configurations for the ignition key, fob, key tags and key rings and applying a QR code sticker or barcode sticker to a key fob.

  • TSB #PIT5379B

    NHTSA ID #10115102

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a content theft alarm sounding for no apparent reason. Technician may use all published Service Information diagnostics and has n

EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:RADIO/TAPE DECK/CD ETC.

  • TSB #19NA081

    NHTSA ID #10164115

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of Audio Muting When Listening to Some SiriusXM Channels Due to Interference in Some Geographic Locations.

  • TSB #19NA081

    NHTSA ID #10160422

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of Audio Muting When Listening to Some SiriusXM Channels Due to Interference in Some Geographic Locations.

  • TSB #PIT5353C

    NHTSA ID #10151869

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #PIC6095C

    NHTSA ID #10143758

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to tell the difference between the integrated center stack, the radio, the human machine interface, and the vehicle communication interface module. The

  • TSB #PIT5277D

    NHTSA ID #10129084

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to diagnose and repair vehicles that may have intermittent and hard to duplicate Rear Camera blank, distorted, or fuzzy. Also no radio, OnStar, o

  • TSB #PI1149A

    NHTSA ID #10140340

    This preliminary information bulletin provides a procedure on how to check for the customer concern of a blank radio with/without audio, by checking the the wiring harness, ECU and reprograming the HMI software update, if the wiring or ECU

  • TSB #17NA337

    NHTSA ID #10134618

    This informational bulletin provides information to the customer on the radio display "info pages" being blank and to make sure to select in the "active info pages" menu.

  • TSB #PIT5353B

    NHTSA ID #10123222

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #PIT5301B

    NHTSA ID #10137737

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that Diagnostic Trouble Code B127E in the Human Machine Interface with Regular Production Option Code U42 or UWG will be current when playing a DVD or Blu-Ray on the Integrat

  • TSB #16-NA-042

    NHTSA ID #10108624

    This informational bulletin provides information on GM offering the Android Auto feature upgrade for 2016 and 2017 model year vehicles and how to proceed with reprogramming the vehicles to include this application for use.

  • TSB #PIC5611E

    NHTSA ID #10114072

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the rear view camera options on the vehicles equipped with rear view camera. The rear view camera brightness can be adjusted on some models while the tr

  • TSB #PIC6287

    NHTSA ID #10118265

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the radio will not retain the previous settings and will go to the Home Icon screen when the vehicle is restarted. Dealer should communica

  • TSB #16-NA-042

    NHTSA ID #10113980

    ?

  • TSB #17-NA-025

    NHTSA ID #10138039

    This technical bulletin is providing a procedure to reprogram the HMI module to correct multiple conditions including Waiting for Update Media Message, Voice Command For Calling Bluetooth Phone Contacts Inoperative, Intermittent Loss of Rea

  • TSB #PIC5959C

    NHTSA ID #10113438

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that has no XM audio on certain channels but XM channel info is displayed. Technician will need to contact XM and deactivate and activate the mo

  • TSB #PIT5295C

    NHTSA ID #10113342

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair vehicles with a CD or DVD player that will not take a disc. Technician will gain access to the player and inspect the playe

  • TSB #PIC5759B

    NHTSA ID #10113321

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a message on the radio ?maximum number of phones are currently paired to the vehicle?. Dealer should advise the customer this is norm

  • TSB #PIC6177C

    NHTSA ID #10113314

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with information on vehicles with navigation radio Regular Production Option Code IO6 or UY4 that defaults to West Virginia instead of Virginia on a manual entry. General Mo

  • TSB #PIC6186F

    NHTSA ID #10113295

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the radio will turn on unwanted after a key cycle when the radio was shut off before the key was turned off. Dealer should communicate to

  • TSB #PIT5411G

    NHTSA ID #10113289

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that the Human Machine Interface, Radio or Tuner, radio controls, Integrated Center Stack, display, and Media Disc Players are placed on restriction through the General Motor

  • TSB #16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10137953

    This Technical Bulletin provides a fix to reprogram the radio for vehicles that may experience any of the following conditions: DTC U0184 Set, Radio Inoperative, Blue Screen, AM Clipping Noise, HD On/Off Status Not Retained in Stations, Tim

  • TSB #PIC6186E

    NHTSA ID #10114819

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the radio will turn on unwanted after a key cycle when the radio was shut off before the key was turned off. Dealer should communicate to

  • TSB #PIC6177B

    NHTSA ID #10114821

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with information on vehicles with navigation radio Regular Production Option Code IO6 or UY4 that defaults to West Virginia instead of Virginia on a manual entry. General Mo

  • TSB #16NA356

    NHTSA ID #10135290

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to clear the codes and re-evaluate the XM radio channels to correct a condition of audio muting when listening to some Sirius XM channels but if they change channels they will find others that e

  • TSB #PIC6186D

    NHTSA ID #10119015

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the radio will turn on unwanted after a key cycle when the radio was shut off before the key was turned off. Dealer should communicate to

  • TSB #05-08-44-024E

    NHTSA ID #10118912

    This informational bulletin provides information on return or reimbursement of customer owned CDs, DVDs or Navigation Discs .

  • TSB #08-08-44-015G

    NHTSA ID #10118915

    This informational bulletin provides information on Inappropriate Warranty Claims Submitted for Damaged Radios and IPCs

  • TSB #16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10118922

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the radio to correct a customer concern of radio Inoperative, blue Screen, AM clipping noise, HD on/off status not retained in stations, time lag on transitions, no audio with intern

  • TSB #PIT5411F

    NHTSA ID #10083325

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT THE HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE, RADIO OR TUNER, RADIO CONTROLS, INTEGRATED CENTER STACK, DISPLAY, AND MEDIA DISC PLAYERS ARE PLACED ON RESTRICTION THROUGH THE GENERAL MOTOR

  • TSB #PIT5405B

    NHTSA ID #10083324

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN FOR A REDUCED POWER MESSAGE, STEERING ASSIST, ENGINE STALL OR THE INSTRUMENT PANEL, RADIO, AND OR HEATER-VENT-AIR CONDITIONING GO BLANK WITH MULTIPLE DIAGNOST

  • TSB #16NA205

    NHTSA ID #10082406

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPROGRAM THE REAR ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA DISC PLAYER USING A PROVIDED DVD TO CORRECT THE CONDITION OF THE REAR ENTERTAINMENT PLAYER FREEZES ON START UP MENU DUE TO A CALIBRATION CONCERN.

  • TSB #PIC6210

    NHTSA ID #10080981

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATES THE PROCEDURE TO THE TECHNICIAN HOW TO REGAIN BLU-RAY/CD/DVD PLAYER FUNCTION ON ALL NEW GENERATION INFOTAINMENT SYSTEMS WITH REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE U42 OR UWG BLU-RAY PLAYERS. IF THIS CONCE

  • TSB #PIT-5301-A

    NHTSA ID #10078881

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE B127E IN THE HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE WITH REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE U42 OR UWG WILL BE CURRENT WHEN PLAYING A DVD OR BLU-RAY ON THE INTEGRAT

  • TSB #16-NA-107

    NHTSA ID #10134546

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to reprogram the radio to correct a customer concern of radio Inoperative, blue Screen, AM clipping noise, HD on/off status not retained in stations, time lag on transitions, no audio with intern

  • TSB #PIT-5401-F

    NHTSA ID #10078749

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE RADIO IS INOPERTIVE. NEW SOFTWARE HAS BEEN RELEASED TO CORRECT THIS CONCERN.

  • TSB #PIT5401F

    NHTSA ID #10083893

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE RADIO IS INOPERTIVE. NEW SOFTWARE HAS BEEN RELEASED TO CORRECT THIS CONCERN.

  • TSB #PIC6193A

    NHTSA ID #10083587

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN TO CONTACT THE GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS. THE CONCERN IS THE RADIO MAY BE UNABLE TO SAVE XM FAVORITE STATIONS.

  • TSB #PIC6183A

    NHTSA ID #10083561

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF THE RADIO SYSTEM INOPERATIVE. THE TECHNICIAN IS TO CALL THE GENERAL MOTORS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER WITH THE FINDINGS F

  • TSB #PIC5088F

    NHTSA ID #10083509

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN. THE VEHICLE'S XM RADIO ONLY HAS XM PREVEIW CHANNELS.

  • TSB #SB-10-08-46-001C

    NHTSA ID #10078522

    "THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO CONTACT ONSTAR FOR HARD MUTE REQUEST TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN WHEN THE RADIO IS ON, IT DOES NOT MUTE ENOUGH WHEN THE ONSTAR® TURN-BY-TURN NAVIGATION DIRECTIONS ARE ANNOUNCED DUE TO CUSTO

  • TSB #PIC-6186-B

    NHTSA ID #10078720

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER WHEN A CUSTOMER MAY COMMENT THAT THEY WILL HAVE THE RADIO SHUT OFF, AND WHEN RESTARTI

  • TSB #PIC6186B

    NHTSA ID #10083578

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER WHEN A CUSTOMER MAY COMMENT THAT THEY WILL HAVE THE RADIO SHUT OFF, AND WHEN RESTARTI

  • TSB #PIC6193

    NHTSA ID #10083585

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN NOT TO MAKE ANY REPAIRS OR REPLACE ANY PARTS. THE TECHNICIAN IS TO CONTACT THE GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REVIEW A CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE'S RADIO IS UNABLE TO SAVE

  • TSB #PIC-6186-A

    NHTSA ID #10078590

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. CUSTOMERS MAY COMMENT THAT THEY WILL HAVE THE RADIO SHUT OFF, AND WHEN RESTARTING THE VEHICLE THE RADIO

  • TSB #PIC6186A

    NHTSA ID #10083575

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. CUSTOMERS MAY COMMENT THAT THEY WILL HAVE THE RADIO SHUT OFF, AND WHEN RESTARTING THE VEHICLE THE RADIO

  • TSB #PIT5268A

    NHTSA ID #10113955

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that some vehicles may have a radio display that is covered when the radio station favorites list is maximized. This is a normal operating characteristic and no repair attemp

  • TSB #PIC6186

    NHTSA ID #10113956

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that some vehicles may have a radio that turns on unwanted at start up. If the radio was shut off before the vehicle was shut off and at start up the radio turns on, please c

  • TSB #PIC6183

    NHTSA ID #10113934

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician to help diagnose vehicles that may have a radio inoperative. This concern will last through multiple ignition cycles and is not intermittent. If Service Infor

  • TSB #PIC6176

    NHTSA ID #10113893

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician when the radio display is continuously flashing on and off every five seconds the Human Machine Interface will need to be replaced.

  • TSB #08-08-44-015F

    NHTSA ID #10116878

    This informational bulletin provides Information on Inappropriate Warranty Claims Submitted for Damaged Radios and Instrument Panel Clusters (IPCs)

  • TSB #PIT5411E

    NHTSA ID #10115125

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that the Human Machine Interface, Radio or Tuner, radio controls, Integrated Center Stack, display, and Media Disc Players are placed on restriction through the General Motor

  • TSB #PIC5953B

    NHTSA ID #10114903

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have an issue when using Bluetooth voice recognition with an iPhone. Technician should work with the customer to insure the phone cont

  • TSB #PIT5443

    NHTSA ID #10114608

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician of a concern where the Onstar® menu is missing from the radio display. Pressing the white Onstar® push to talk button and say hide Onstar® menu will hide the menu and saying

EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEM(GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM)

  • TSB #PIC6235A

    NHTSA ID #10125136

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the navigation system will be unable to enter addresses that contain diacritics using the touch screen. Dealer should communicate to the c

  • TSB #17-NA-025

    NHTSA ID #10116572

    This technical bulletin is providing a procedure to reprogram the HMI module to correct multiple conditions including Waiting for Update Media Message, Voice Command For Calling Bluetooth Phone Contacts Inoperative, Intermittent Loss of Rea

  • TSB #PIT4733K

    NHTSA ID #10113328

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that customers may inquire as to the availability of OnStar bluetooth on their vehicle. Technician should be advised that Vehicles with Regular Production Opt

  • TSB #PIC6177C

    NHTSA ID #10113314

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with information on vehicles with navigation radio Regular Production Option Code IO6 or UY4 that defaults to West Virginia instead of Virginia on a manual entry. General Mo

  • TSB #PIT5236J

    NHTSA ID #10113318

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a Diagnostic Trouble Code B101D stored in Telematics Communication Interface Control Module. Technician will need to ensure campaigns

  • TSB #PIC6235

    NHTSA ID #10111714

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the navigation system will be unable to enter addresses that contain diacritics using the touch screen. Dealer should communicate to the c

  • TSB #100844006D

    NHTSA ID #10135244

    This Informational Bulletin provides information for customers to report Missing or Inaccurate navigation Radio Map Disc information.

  • TSB #PIC6177A

    NHTSA ID #10098466

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH INFORMATION ON VEHICLES WITH NAVIGATION RADIO REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE IO6 OR UY4 THAT DEFAULTS TO WEST VIRGINIA INSTEAD OF VIRGINIA ON A MANUAL ENTRY. GENERAL MO

  • TSB #16-NA-219

    NHTSA ID #10089108

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REPROGRAM THE HMI MODULE TO CORRECT A CONDITION OF GPS INOPERATIVE, RED LINE ACROSS GPS INDICATOR OR THE LOCATION IS STUCK IN WARREN MICHIGAN.

  • TSB #PIC5374D

    NHTSA ID #10083513

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF RECEIVING FREQUENT "OFF ROUTE" MESSAGES WHILE FOLLOWING TURN BY TURN (TBT) ROUTE NAVIGATION. THE TECHNICIAN IS PROVIDED IN

  • TSB #PIC-5374-D

    NHTSA ID #10078745

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF RECEIVING FREQUENT "OFF ROUTE" MESSAGES WHILE FOLLOWING TURN BY TURN (TBT) ROUTE NAVIGATION. THE TECHNICIAN IS PROVIDED IN

  • TSB #SB-10-08-46-001C

    NHTSA ID #10078522

    "THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO CONTACT ONSTAR FOR HARD MUTE REQUEST TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN WHEN THE RADIO IS ON, IT DOES NOT MUTE ENOUGH WHEN THE ONSTAR® TURN-BY-TURN NAVIGATION DIRECTIONS ARE ANNOUNCED DUE TO CUSTO

  • TSB #PIT5389A

    NHTSA ID #10083884

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN. THE VEHICLE MAY BE UNABLE TO CONNECT TO ONSTAR USING THE WHITE, BLUE OR RED ONSTAR BUTTONS.

  • TSB #PI0572C

    NHTSA ID #10112829

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information on GM is implementing a new service strategy that uses a set of universal coaxial repair kits to service vehicles. This only applies to cable used for high frequency signals, such

  • TSB #PIC6170

    NHTSA ID #10095583

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN WITH THE STEPS NEED TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLE THAT MAY HAVE A CONCERN WITH NAVIGATION ICON NOT SHOWING THE CORRECT LOCATION THEN JUMPING TO THE CORRECT L

  • TSB #03-08-46-004R

    NHTSA ID #10112299

    This informational bulletin provides information on Part Restriction and Ordering Process Information for OnStar Vehicle Communication Interface Modules (VCIM) (GMNA Only)

  • TSB #03-08-46-004Q

    NHTSA ID #10112261

    This informational bulletin provides information regarding Part Restriction and Ordering Process Information for OnStar Vehicle Communication Interface Modules

  • TSB #PIC3100E

    NHTSA ID #10115128

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle's odometer appears to be inaccurate relative to a known distance traveled. Technician should obtain a hand-held GPS unit to test the odometer. I

EQUIPMENT:AIR CONDITIONER

  • TSB #17336 05

    NHTSA ID #10166241

    17336 05 - Special Coverage. On some vehicles, may have a condition where thermal cycling on the combination transmission fluid/oil and AC condenser cooler creates a crack that may allow refrigerant to escape. This condition consequently ma

  • TSB #PIT5099D

    NHTSA ID #10147367

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the Heater-Vent-Air Conditioning blows warm air. Before calling General Motors Technical Assistance Center technician will need to have hi

  • TSB #17336-04

    NHTSA ID #10145171

    17336 04 - Special Coverage (Warranty Information Revised). On some vehicles, may have a condition where thermal cycling on the combination transmission fluid/oil and AC condenser cooler creates a crack that may allow refrigerant to escape.

  • TSB #PIT5099C

    NHTSA ID #10143449

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the Heater-Vent-Air Conditioning blows warm air. Before calling General Motors Technical Assistance Center technician will need to have hi

  • TSB #PIE0381A

    NHTSA ID #10111780

    This engineering informational bulletin is ending the need for information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of rear auxiliary a/c not cooling or blowing warm air.

  • TSB #PIE0381

    NHTSA ID #10118994

    Thins engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of rear auxiliary a/c not cooling or blowing warm air.

  • TSB #PIE0360A

    NHTSA ID #10094786

    THIS ENGINEERING INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN IS ENDING THE NEED FOR INFORMATION FROM THE FIELD OF VEHICLES WITH THE CONDITION OF INTERMITTENT HVAC COOLING ISSUES WHILE DRIVING.

  • TSB #PIT-5508

    NHTSA ID #10078887

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES WITH ONE OF THE TWO CONCERNS. VEHICLE MAY HAVE AN INTERMITTENT "SERVICE POWER STEERING, DRIVE WITH CARE" ON THE DRIVER

  • TSB #PIT-5307-C

    NHTSA ID #10078606

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE THE CONCERN WHEN THE VEHICLE HA SA SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT, ANTILOCK BRAKING SYSTEM LIGHT OR SERVICE SUSPENSION MESSAGE, MISFIRE, HESITATION, NO C

  • TSB #PIE0360

    NHTSA ID #10112794

    his engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of intermittent HVAC cooling issues during driving

  • TSB #PIT4211D

    NHTSA ID #10096141

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE AN OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE INOPERATIVE. TO PERFORM AN INSTANT UPDATE OF THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE SENSOR, PRESS AND HOLD THE RECIRC

  • TSB #PIT5405A

    NHTSA ID #10115119

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for a reduced power message, steering assist, engine stall or the instrument panel, radio, and or Heater-Vent-Air Conditioning go blank with multiple diagnost

  • TSB #PI1440

    NHTSA ID #10113753

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides technicians with diagnostic tips for a customer concern of odor emanating from HVAC system.

  • TSB #PI1440

    NHTSA ID #10135395

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides technicians with diagnostic tips for a customer concern of odor emanating from HVAC system.

EQUIPMENT:MECHANICAL

  • TSB #PIE0370A

    NHTSA ID #10118986

    This engineering informational bulletin is ending the need of information from the field on vehicles with the condition of a rattle noise from the second row seat.

  • TSB #PIT5284B

    NHTSA ID #10081049

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ON HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A RATTLE NOISE FROM THE SECOND ROW SEAT. TECHNICIAN WILL NEED TO INSPECT THE STRIKER NOT ALIGNED PROPERLY

  • TSB #PIP5179B

    NHTSA ID #10114926

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have extended or long crank time during cold ambient air temperatures. Direct Injection systems run at higher pressures, and the mechanica

  • TSB #PIT5279C

    NHTSA ID #10114912

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician for vehicles that exhibit a driver?s power memory seat and power adjustable pedals inoperative. Look for poor terminal tension at the left instrument panel fu

EQUIPMENT:OTHER:OWNERS/SERVICE/OTHER MANUAL

  • TSB #100089006G

    NHTSA ID #10168207

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers how to submit a product information report (PIR) (Canada Only).

  • TSB #100089009C

    NHTSA ID #10168208

    This informational bulletin provides information on key code security and information on GM key code look up applications.

  • TSB #010089010N

    NHTSA ID #10168204

    This informational bulletin provides information on comebacks prevention information and using customer concern verification sheets (CCVS).

  • TSB #18NA306

    NHTSA ID #10168188

    This Warranty Administration bulletin provides information for dealers/Service advisors on when and how to submit a Pre-Repair Authorization (PRA) (US dealers only).

  • TSB #PIT5572C

    NHTSA ID #10164756

    This Preliminary information communicates a Service Adaptive Cruise With DTC C018C SYM3A After Replacing K14 Distance Sensing Cruise Control Module and provides tips for completing all necessary steps and to contact TCSC if configuration do

  • TSB #19NA142

    NHTSA ID #10164120

    This technical bulletin provides information for new transmission oil to use, a procedure for exchanging the old fluid and adding the new fluid to a service transmission.

  • TSB #19NA081

    NHTSA ID #10164115

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of Audio Muting When Listening to Some SiriusXM Channels Due to Interference in Some Geographic Locations.

  • TSB #19NA153

    NHTSA ID #10164123

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the torque converter and inspect the front pump and the TEHCM for metal.

  • TSB #060847001O

    NHTSA ID #10163263

    This bulletin explains the labor operation numbers used for submitting warranty claims for module reprogramming and not when replacing a module.

  • TSB #110089005N

    NHTSA ID #10158864

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on Dealer Empowerment Labor Operations and Customer Enthusiasm.

  • TSB #060089029O

    NHTSA ID #10158859

    This informational bulletin provides information on interior cleaning products and what is offered to clean the interiors of GM vehicles.

  • TSB #030089006Q

    NHTSA ID #10158855

    This informational bulletin provides the dealership with how to prep a vehicle for delivery to the customer to aid in higher CSi scores.

  • TSB #040089053G

    NHTSA ID #10158857

    This informational bulletin provides information for the dealer technician to gather as much information to help aid Engineers by completely filling out requested reports.

  • TSB #070849020P

    NHTSA ID #10158861

    This informational bulletin provides information for the IPC odometer programming method quick reference guide.

  • TSB #PIE0500A

    NHTSA ID #10158874

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information to check the shutters through the grille opening of the vehicle. If snow and/or ice is present on the active grille air shutters, take pictures and submit through the Field R

  • TSB #090089002Q

    NHTSA ID #10158862

    This informational bulletin advises the dealers to maintain the vehicle stock on hand by doing a full inspection on the vehicles before sold (prepping) to the customer.

  • TSB #110849001Z

    NHTSA ID #10158865

    This bulletin provides information on the Transport Mode On Message Being Displayed in the Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or Battery Light is Flashing and the procedures to turn the Transport Mode message ON and OFF.

  • TSB #010089010M

    NHTSA ID #10154625

    This informational bulletin provides information on comebacks prevention information and using customer concern verification sheets (CCVS).

  • TSB #080089014D

    NHTSA ID #10154628

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Use of Dealer Case Management (DCM) and Being Prepared for Contacting U.S. Technical Assistance (TAC).

  • TSB #040089015T

    NHTSA ID #10154627

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #17NA066

    NHTSA ID #10154975

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for automatic transmission Oil Cooler Flush and flow test.

  • TSB #110089002C

    NHTSA ID #10137385

    This informational bulletin was created to inform that any accessories that are installed from the GM factory will be covered under the standard vehicle warranty and dealer installed accessories will be covered for a full year (12 months).

  • TSB #18NA073

    NHTSA ID #10137301

    This Bulletin provides graphics, information and guidelines for engine component wear that require repair and not engine replacement.

  • TSB #030089006P

    NHTSA ID #10137382

    This informational bulletin provides the dealership with how to prep a vehicle for delivery to the customer to aid in higher CSi scores.

  • TSB #110089005L

    NHTSA ID #10137345

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on Dealer Empowerment Labor Operations and Customer Enthusiasm.

  • TSB #030603004W

    NHTSA ID #10137341

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on the requirements for battery testing and warranty replacements.

  • TSB #18NA027

    NHTSA ID #10139272

    This informational bulletin provides information retaining to the fact that Service Manuals will now be available on USB.

  • TSB #040089015R

    NHTSA ID #10139208

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #070089037L

    NHTSA ID #10139212

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for courtesy transportation and roadside assistance programs.

  • TSB #070089036I

    NHTSA ID #10139211

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on enhancing field product reports with digital pictures.

  • TSB #PIT3946B

    NHTSA ID #10123284

    This Preliminary Information communicates an issues with the headliner sagging and how to reattachthe velcrousing Hardman Double Bubble Epoxy part number 04001.

  • TSB #PIT5074K

    NHTSA ID #10157020

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about the use of J-35616-64B terminal test probe, replacement terminals, and terminated leads. The J-35616-64B is the latest test probe released for checking

  • TSB #PIT5241E

    NHTSA ID #10157010

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about customers that may request the factory Integrated Trailer Brake Controller Regular Production Option Code (JL1) be installed on their Full-Size Pickup o

  • TSB #PIT3099Q

    NHTSA ID #10156990

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about installing General Motors Accessory parts/kits. Technicians should refer to Service Information for information regarding most accessories. Technicians

  • TSB #17-NA-170

    NHTSA ID #10126081

    This informational bulletin explains the Road Force balancers and what they can do for customer concerns.

  • TSB #04-00-89-015P

    NHTSA ID #10126065

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #16-NA-361

    NHTSA ID #10126075

    This informational bulletin explains possible normal condition of a flare from 1st to 2nd, even if the trans had been repaired for the flare and its still noticed.

  • TSB #PIT3099P

    NHTSA ID #10118233

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about installing General Motors Accessory pats. Technician can check Service Information for some accessories. Technician can also contact Partect for assista

  • TSB #11-00-89-005K

    NHTSA ID #10113978

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on Dealer Empowerment Labor Operations and Customer Enthusiasm.

  • TSB #PIT5457B

    NHTSA ID #10113869

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle with Service ABS and/or Traction control lights/message on, Service Power Steering System, Service Suspension System, and or Loss of communicati

  • TSB #10-08-110-001F

    NHTSA ID #10113977

    This informational bulletin provides information on proper use of floor mats.

  • TSB #PIP5491

    NHTSA ID #10113853

    This Preliminary information communicates to the technician when diagnosing intermittent circuit concerns to look at the connector for missing weather pack seals that could allow water intrusion into the connector and lead to corrosion on t

  • TSB #17-NA-073

    NHTSA ID #10138060

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information with the field action courtesy transportation policy.

  • TSB #06-08-47-001M

    NHTSA ID #10138014

    This information bulletin explains the labor operation numbers used for submitting warranty claims and how to setup, and reprogram modules.

  • TSB #10-00-89-006F

    NHTSA ID #10116589

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers how to submit a product information report.

  • TSB #PIT5390A

    NHTSA ID #10113452

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have the alarm sounding when learning new key fobs after the original key fobs were lost. Technician will open the driver’s door and

  • TSB #02-00-89-002Q

    NHTSA ID #10116585

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on when and how to submit a field product report.

  • TSB #01-03-10-003O

    NHTSA ID #10116584

    This bulletin contains information for the new tires that the vehicle is equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the New Vehicle Warranty (Base Warranty Coverage). For vehic

  • TSB #99-00-89-019O

    NHTSA ID #10116574

    This informational bulletin provides information for the (GWM) and (WPC) on parts return program.

  • TSB #08-08-44-015H

    NHTSA ID #10111744

    This informational bulletin provides information on Inappropriate Warranty Claims Submitted for Damaged Radios and IPCs

  • TSB #PIE0381A

    NHTSA ID #10111780

    This engineering informational bulletin is ending the need for information from the field on vehicles that have the condition of rear auxiliary a/c not cooling or blowing warm air.

  • TSB #99-00-89-019N

    NHTSA ID #10111779

    This informational bulletin provides information for the (GWM) and (WPC) on parts return program.

  • TSB #01-03-10-003N

    NHTSA ID #10111740

    This bulletin contains information for the new tires that the vehicle is equipped with and that they are covered by General Motors against defects in material or workmanship under the New Vehicle Warranty (Base Warranty Coverage). For vehic

  • TSB #02-00-89-002P

    NHTSA ID #10111741

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on when and how to submit a field product report.

  • TSB #05-00-89-055F

    NHTSA ID #10111742

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for GM dealer empowerment program and goodwill procedures.

  • TSB #PIT3099N

    NHTSA ID #10114842

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about installing General Motors Accessory pats. Technician can check Service Information for some accessories. Technician can also contact Partect for assista

  • TSB #PIP5382F

    NHTSA ID #10114817

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Dealer will con

  • TSB #PIT5307E

    NHTSA ID #10119055

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have a service engine soon malfunction indicator lamp, antilock braking system malfunction indicator lamp, service suspension system m

  • TSB #030603004T

    NHTSA ID #10135237

    Battery Testing and Warranty Replacement Requirements (North America ONLY)

  • TSB #040089015N

    NHTSA ID #10135239

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on required operating procedures.

  • TSB #090089002N

    NHTSA ID #10135243

    This informational bulletin advises the dealers to maintain the vehicle stock on hand by doing a full inspection on the vehicles before sold (prepping) to the customer.

  • TSB #09-00-89-008C

    NHTSA ID #10118917

    This Warranty Admin bulletin provides retail and wholesale service personnel with the policies/procedures and the warranty transaction submission procedures that support the Personal Property Damage process.

  • TSB #08-08-44-029G

    NHTSA ID #10118916

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information on warranty and policy exchange program for electronic products for U.S. and Canada dealers only.

  • TSB #07-00-89-037J

    NHTSA ID #10118913

    This warranty administration bulletin provide policy information for courtesy transportation and roadside assistance programs.

  • TSB #09-00-89-016E

    NHTSA ID #10118918

    This warranty nonadministrative bulletin provides information on the proper use of the labor op 0600014.

  • TSB #11-00-89-005J

    NHTSA ID #10118919

    This warranty administration bulletin provides information on Goodwill Tools, Customer Enthusiasm, and Policy Guidelines.

  • TSB #PIP5422A

    NHTSA ID #10099875

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT HAVE SPEEDOMETER INACCURATE READS 5 MPH WHEN TRAVELING 50 MPH. ENGINEERING IS WORKING TO DEVELOP A SOLUTION.

  • TSB #01-00-89-010L

    NHTSA ID #10118908

    This informational bulletin provides information on comebacks prevention information and using customer concern verification sheets (CCVS).

  • TSB #PIE0362A

    NHTSA ID #10118984

    This engineering information bulletin annouces the end for the need for information from the field and to refer dealers to normal diagnostics.

  • TSB #PIP5382E

    NHTSA ID #10099769

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT GENERATION 5 ENGINES WITH REGULAR PRODUCTION OPTION CODE L83, L86, OR LV3 MAY HAVE AN OIL CONSUMPTION CONCERN WERE ONE QUART IN 2000 MILES IS BEING USED. DEALER WILL CON

  • TSB #16NA119

    NHTSA ID #10082363

    THIS WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN PROVIDE POLICY ON PERFORMING GM COVERED VEHICLE SERVICES AND MAINTENANCE ON VEHICLES ORIGINATING/SOLD IN CANADA.

  • TSB #PIT5511

    NHTSA ID #10081323

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN THAT SOME VEHICLES MAY HAVE A DIM DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER WHEN THE INTERIOR OF THE VEHICLE IS HOT FROM A SUN LOAD OR EXTENDED HEATER OPERATION. THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTE

  • TSB #11-08-49-001R

    NHTSA ID #10089228

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO REMOVE THE TRANSPORT MODE ON MESSAGE DISPLAYED IN THE DIC DUE TO VEHICLES SHIPPED OVER LONG DISTANCES OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA.

  • TSB #16-NA-171

    NHTSA ID #10118548

    This informational bulletin provides repair information on reconnection of rear window (defroster) contact or tab.

  • TSB #10-00-89-005F

    NHTSA ID #10118545

    This informational bulletin provides warranty policy information on revised wiring repair labor operations and required additional information.

  • TSB #16-NA-158

    NHTSA ID #10118546

    This informational bulletin provides information on a new U.S. dealer special tool loan program.

  • TSB #SB-02-07-30-029Z

    NHTSA ID #10078571

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE PRODUCT QUALITY CENTER (PQC) ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PROCESS.

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-138

    NHTSA ID #10078583

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION TO ADVISE THE CUSTOMERS THAT HAVE ENROLLED THEIR VEHICLE INTO THE ONSTAR ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS & REAL TIME DIAGNOSTIC ALERTS THEY MAY RECEIVE ALERTS FROM THEIR VEHICLE WHEN IT IS BEING SERVICE

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-042

    NHTSA ID #10078548

    THIS INFORMATIONAL BULLETIN ANNOUNCES THAT GM IS OFFERING AN ANDROID AUTO FEATURE UPGRADE FOR 2016 MODEL YEAR VEHICLES.

  • TSB #SB-03-06-03-004Q

    NHTSA ID #10078507

    THIS WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN PROVIDE POLICY INFORMATION ON USING THE EL-50313 MIDTRONICS GR8 BATTERY TESTER/CHARGER FOR DIAGNOSING BATTERY REPLACEMENTS AND MAINTAINING BATTERIES ON NEW VEHICLES IN DEALER INVENTORY.

  • TSB #SB-16-NA-119

    NHTSA ID #10078502

    THIS WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN PROVIDES INFORMATION ON GM¿S POLICY ON PERFORMING GM COVERED VEHICLE SERVICES AND MAINTENANCE ON VEHICLES ORIGINATING/SOLD IN CANADA.

  • TSB #PIP-5382-B

    NHTSA ID #10078610

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION HAS THE STEPS FOR DIAGNOSING THE CONCERN OF EXCESSIVE OIL CONSUMPTION FOR THE GENERATION 5 ENGINE. DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR THE TECHNICIAN TO GATHER PRIOR TO CONTACTING THE PRODUCT Q

  • TSB #PIT5391A

    NHTSA ID #10113952

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on how to diagnose and repair vehicles that have a no crank or a start and then immediate stall, Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator lamp may not be on

  • TSB #PIP5382A

    NHTSA ID #10113933

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that generation 5 engines with Regular Production Option Code L83, L86, or LV3 may have an oil consumption concern were one quart in 2000 miles is being used. Dealer will con

  • TSB #08-00-89-014B

    NHTSA ID #10112795

    This informational bulletin provides information on what is needed to be prepared for TAC, caller preparedness and checklists and contacting U.S. technical Assistance and the use of strategy based diagnostics

  • TSB #PIE0359

    NHTSA ID #10112783

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information from th field on vehicles that have the condition of a vehicle crank and no start with DTC P0011 and or P00C6 set

  • TSB #PIP5130H

    NHTSA ID #10113913

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician how to diagnose and repair a vehicle with an engine that runs with an intermittent crank no start with a Diagnostic Trouble Code P0011 or P00C6 current or his

  • TSB #03-00-89-006M

    NHTSA ID #10112771

    This informational bulletin provides information on New Vehicle Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) - Delivering Quality Vehicles and Generating Higher CSi Scores

  • TSB #09-00-89-002M

    NHTSA ID #10112768

    This informational bulletin provides information on how to properly maintain vehicles in the dealer inventory

  • TSB #03-06-03-004O

    NHTSA ID #10112769

    This informational bulletin provides information on Battery Testing and Warranty Replacement Requirements (North America ONLY)

  • TSB #04-00-89-015K

    NHTSA ID #10112764

    This warranty informational bulletin provides a list of all the required operating procedures and explains them out to what is acceptable and not.

  • TSB #16-NA-055

    NHTSA ID #10116912

    This informational bulletin provides Information Regarding Servicing Components Located Near SIR Components and how to properly disable the SIR system for repairs at or near

  • TSB #11-00-89-005I

    NHTSA ID #10116891

    This informational bulletin provides information on Clarification of Use - Dealer Empowerment Labor Operations and Customer Enthusiasm (U.S. Only)

  • TSB #08-08-44-029F

    NHTSA ID #10126393

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on an updated warranty and policy exchange program for electronic products through GM authorized Electronic Service Centers (ESCs) (U.S. and Canada).

  • TSB #15-NA-030

    NHTSA ID #10126375

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on the use of non-GM approved battery chargers and booster packs.

  • TSB #15-NA-017

    NHTSA ID #10126355

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on Causal Part requirements for transactions submitted to GM for payment.

  • TSB #08-08-44-029E

    NHTSA ID #10126350

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on an updated warranty and policy exchange program for electronic products through GM authorized Electronic Service Centers (ESCs) (U.S. and Canada).

  • TSB #PIT5049B

    NHTSA ID #10127231

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the steps to help diagnose and repair vehicles with a rattle, squeak, clunk, thump, or bump. If published Service Information diagnostics do not lead to a

  • TSB #PI0564H

    NHTSA ID #10113817

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides frame coating repair information to correct a customer concern of wax coating on frame peeling, metal shows corrosion/rusting (U.S. and Canada Only).

  • TSB #PIP5230B

    NHTSA ID #10114656

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician before replacing the crankshaft to review the following. Dealer should complete the Service Information diagnostics and the Cost Comparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vs.

  • TSB #PIP5279A

    NHTSA ID #10114645

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have Service Engine Soon Malfunction Indicator Lamp. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Codes P0089, P127C, P127D, P0192, P0193, P

  • TSB #07-00-89-037H

    NHTSA ID #10113788

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on courtesy transportation and roadside assistance programs.

  • TSB #99-00-89-019M

    NHTSA ID #10113688

    This informational bulletin provides dealership personnel with Global Warranty Management (GWM), Warranty Parts Center (WPC), and Parts Return Program information.

  • TSB #09-00-89-002K

    NHTSA ID #10113669

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on properly maintaining vehicles in dealer inventory.

  • TSB #15-00-89-004

    NHTSA ID #10113613

    This informational bulletin provides technicians with information to help identify the differences between what is considered a fluid leak, and what is considered seepage.

  • TSB #11-08-49-001O

    NHTSA ID #10113615

    This technical bulletin provides repair procedure information to correct a customer concern of Transport Mode On message displayed in Driver Information Center (DIC) and/or battery light is flashing.

  • TSB #15-00-89-003

    NHTSA ID #10113573

    This informational bulletin provides information on dealer reimbursement procedures for Customer Assistance Center (CAC) Tier 1 and Tier 2 empowerment tools: diagnostic fee, short term rental, and up-front towing (U.S. only).

EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE

  • TSB #19NA137

    NHTSA ID #10164119

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to add PET tape to the brake cables if the cause of the customers concern.

  • TSB #1308116001E

    NHTSA ID #10163272

    The intent of this technical bulletin is to identify aftermarket ALDL or DLC interface devices as potential sources for causing multiple customer concerns that do not have other diagnostic methods to identify them.

  • TSB #100845001G

    NHTSA ID #10163268

    This bulletin provides information for electrical ground repairs using new General Motors replacement fasteners with conductive finish.

  • TSB #000601012J

    NHTSA ID #10163260

    This informational bulletin advises about the possible issues that may occur when using a scotch brite pad or highly abrasive disk on gasket sealing surfaces or reused parts.

  • TSB #19NA072

    NHTSA ID #10160416

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Rear Compartment Floor Stowage Compartment Cover Handle Availability as Service Part.

  • TSB #060089029O

    NHTSA ID #10158859

    This informational bulletin provides information on interior cleaning products and what is offered to clean the interiors of GM vehicles.

  • TSB #1008110001G

    NHTSA ID #10158867

    This informational bulletin provides information on proper use of floor mats.

  • TSB #PIE0500A

    NHTSA ID #10158874

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information to check the shutters through the grille opening of the vehicle. If snow and/or ice is present on the active grille air shutters, take pictures and submit through the Field R

  • TSB #100845001F

    NHTSA ID #10158863

    This bulletin provides information for electrical ground repairs using new replacement fasteners with "conductive finish".

  • TSB #090089002Q

    NHTSA ID #10158862

    This informational bulletin advises the dealers to maintain the vehicle stock on hand by doing a full inspection on the vehicles before sold (prepping) to the customer.

  • TSB #050604022P

    NHTSA ID #10158858

    This bulletin provides information on the TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline Licensed Brands and the TOP TIER Diesel Fuel Licensed Brands that are recommended for use in all GM vehicles and the TOP TIER FUELS website URL.

  • TSB #150601002H

    NHTSA ID #10158866

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to repair the valve lifter oil manifold and/or lifters to correct the customers concern of engine misfire, ticking noise and/or MIL on.

  • TSB #060850009J

    NHTSA ID #10155012

    This informational bulletin provides information for information on passenger presence sensing system (PPS or PSS) concerns with custom upholstery, accessory seat heaters or other comfort enhancing devices.

  • TSB #PIP4902K

    NHTSA ID #10144476

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician that General Motors Technical Assistance Center may ask for Global Diagnostic System 2 Session Log. Technician will need use Global Diagnostic System 2 to sen

  • TSB #PIP5121C

    NHTSA ID #10143459

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have the oil pressure gauge jumps from approximately 40 lb. to 60 lb. The 4.3L (LV3), 5.3L (L83), 6.2L (L86) engines are equipped with a t

  • TSB #PIC5953D

    NHTSA ID #10143443

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that may have an issue when using Bluetooth voice recognition with an iPhone. Technician should work with the customer to insure the phone cont

  • TSB #000089027J

    NHTSA ID #10137380

    This informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel on properly eliminating unwanted odors in vehicles.

  • TSB #17NA214

    NHTSA ID #10137374

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct customer concerns of OnStar, XM, GPS or antenna malfunction ? may set DTC B2462, B2470 or B125C - and/or water leak on headliner at sun visor or overhead console areas, possible

  • TSB #17NA308

    NHTSA ID #10159624

    This technical bulletin provides repair information to correct a customer concern of carpet damage, seat mounting stud wear through, hole in second row (Intermediate) carpet.

  • TSB #PIT5403D

    NHTSA ID #10157012

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician with the steps to diagnosis and repair vehicles with various handling, vehicle dynamics concerns, noises from the suspension or underbody, or issues related t

  • TSB #PIT5389E

    NHTSA ID #10156999

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have an OnStar system that has progression tones when pressing the blue or red button. Technician will need to call General Motors Tech

  • TSB #PIC6086D

    NHTSA ID #10114078

    This Preliminary Information communication provides the technician with steps to resolve the issue of an oily substance that may be found on the inside windshield surface, and appears to be leaking from the rear view mirror area. Technician

  • TSB #16-NA-355

    NHTSA ID #10113993

    this informational bulletin provides Information on Using MyBuick, MyCadillac, MyChevrolet, and MyGMC Phone Applications to Control GM Accessory Remote Start Kits.

  • TSB #PI0281F

    NHTSA ID #10114048

    This preliminary informational bulletin provides information to dealership personnel which may be helpful when addressing underbody component corrosion with customers.

  • TSB #16-NA-361

    NHTSA ID #10113994

    This informational bulletin explains possible normal condition of a flare from 1st to 2nd, even if the trans had been repaired for the flare and its still noticed.

  • TSB #PIT5380B

    NHTSA ID #10113407

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicle that may have a front driver's or passenger's seat back may lean or be turned outward. Technician will need to remove the seat bottom tr

  • TSB #15-NA-017

    NHTSA ID #10116540

    This warranty administration bulletin provides policy information on Causal Part requirements for transactions submitted to GM for payment.

  • TSB #PIT5542

    NHTSA ID #10113345

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have an excessive lateral driver or passenger seat movement and/or a clunk/click/pop type feeling or noise. Technician will need to instal

  • TSB #15-06-03-002E

    NHTSA ID #10116539

    This informational bulletin provides information on approved warranty part numbers for original equipment batteries

  • TSB #16-NA-355

    NHTSA ID #10116547

    this informational bulletin provides Information on Using MyBuick, MyCadillac, MyChevrolet, and MyGMC Phone Applications to Control GM Accessory Remote Start Kits.

  • TSB #PIC6220A

    NHTSA ID #10113298

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with an intermittent loss of gridlines in the rear camera display screen and a "Service Rear Vision System" message that both happen at the sam

  • TSB #PIT5530A

    NHTSA ID #10113310

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about removing the tinnerman push nuts when installing the accessory Accessory 22" Wheels Regular Production Option Code (SES, SEU, SEY, OR SEZ) or productio

  • TSB #PIP5330A

    NHTSA ID #10113291

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have a coolant loss and/or coolant odor after driving the vehicle. Technician will need to test the cooling system looking for leaks at th

  • TSB #PIT5530

    NHTSA ID #10114858

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about removing the tinnerman push nuts when installing the accessory 22" 6-Spoke Split Chrome Wheels Regular Production Option Code (SEU) or during any servic

  • TSB #PIT3099N

    NHTSA ID #10114842

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about installing General Motors Accessory pats. Technician can check Service Information for some accessories. Technician can also contact Partect for assista

  • TSB #PIP5163B

    NHTSA ID #10114831

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about engine block that have a possible cylinder bore damage, scoring or out of round as the possible cause of engine oil consumption, misfire, cylinder leaka

  • TSB #02-08-98-002G

    NHTSA ID #10118910

    This informational bulletin provides information on new tools used for the Hem Flanges and how to repair and seal the flanges when the repairs are done.

  • TSB #16-NA-306

    NHTSA ID #10118952

    This technical bulletin provides a procedure to replace the Homelink transmitter to correct the customers concern of the garage door wont open from far distances.

  • TSB #16-NA-111

    NHTSA ID #10097195

    THIS TECHNICAL BULLETIN PROVIDES A PROCEDURE TO INSPECT THE AIR BOX AND AIR FILTER SEAL AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY TO CORRECT A CUSTOMER CONCERN THAT THE MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LIGHT (MIL) IS ILLUMINATED DUE TO EXCESSIVE SAND AND/OR DEBRIS ENT

  • TSB #PIC-6095-A

    NHTSA ID #10078921

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES THE TECHNICIAN WITH A DIAGNOSTIC AID FOR IDENTIFYING INFOTAINMENT COMPONENTS ON THE VEHICLES TO ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT COMPONENT IS ORDERED OR REPLACED AND THE CORRECT LABOR CODE IS USED

  • TSB #PIC-6187-A

    NHTSA ID #10078588

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION IS TO CONTACT GM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO REPORT THE CONCERN AND OBTAIN A CASE NUMBER. THE CUSTOMER IS UNABLE TO SELECT RADIO PRESETS FROM THE USB OR SD CARD AS THEY ARE GREYED OUT.

  • TSB #PIT5482B

    NHTSA ID #10096225

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A "SERVICE FRONT CAMERA" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER INTERMITTENTLY. WHEN THE TECHNICIAN USES THE SCAN TOOL TO CHECK

  • TSB #11-00-89-005I

    NHTSA ID #10116891

    This informational bulletin provides information on Clarification of Use - Dealer Empowerment Labor Operations and Customer Enthusiasm (U.S. Only)

  • TSB #04-06-01-029H

    NHTSA ID #10116888

    This informational bulletin provides information on Unscheduled Supplemental Services (Including Flushing Services and Additives) and Proper Use of GM Simplified Maintenance Schedules (U.S. Only)

  • TSB #PIT5482A

    NHTSA ID #10096223

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION PROVIDES INFORMATION TO THE TECHNICIAN ABOUT VEHICLES THAT MAY HAVE A "SERVICE FRONT CAMERA" MESSAGE ON THE DRIVER INFORMATION CENTER INTERMITTENTLY. WHEN THE TECHNICIAN USES THE SCAN TOOL TO CHECK

  • TSB #02-08-98-002F

    NHTSA ID #10116871

    This informational bulletin provides information on how to properly repair rust on the hem flange on doors for vehicles that have the condition of rust showing at hem flange

  • TSB #PIE0350A

    NHTSA ID #10116868

    This engineering informational bulletin is requesting information on vehicles that have the condition of Bang or Loud Noise with No Forward (Drive) or Reverse Ranges

  • TSB #PIP5357

    NHTSA ID #10115002

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with engine oil consumption. If published Service Information for oil consumption with no fix. Remove the vacuum line from the back of the vacu

  • TSB #PIT5353A

    NHTSA ID #10114977

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about what XM offerings are available for vehicles. A dealer or customer can access the website listed below for vehicle specific XM offerings and availabilit

  • TSB #PIP5121A

    NHTSA ID #10115142

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have the oil pressure gauge jumps from approximately 40 lb. to 60 lb. The 4.3L (L83), 5.3L (L86), 6.2L (LV3) engines are equipped with a t

  • TSB #PIT5214B

    NHTSA ID #10115138

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that have had multiple repair attempts are being performed on customer?s vehicles that exhibit vibration conditions without utilizing the suppo

  • TSB #PIC6049C

    NHTSA ID #10115118

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that on November 18th, 2014, part number 23248791 (Wireless Charging Module) will be placed on restriction through the General Motors Technical Assistance Center. Dealer will

  • TSB #PIP5345

    NHTSA ID #10114934

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about being to achieve pre-load when setting up the pinion bearing pre-loads during reassembly of the 9.5/9.76 inch rear axles. Technician will need to use pi

  • TSB #PIP5199A

    NHTSA ID #10114889

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles with a crankshaft balancer appears to be out of balance or wobbling while watching it with the engine running. Technician will need to check cr

  • TSB #PIP5337

    NHTSA ID #10114891

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician on the step to diagnose and repair the vehicles that may have a shake or shudder during light throttle acceleration, between 30 and 65 mph steady state drivin

  • TSB #PIT5471

    NHTSA ID #10114874

    This Preliminary Information communication provides information to the technician about vehicles that the lift-gate actuator or strut that is going to be removed or replaced. If the actuator or strut comes loose off a ball stud after it has

  • TSB #15-00-89-005

    NHTSA ID #10113810

    This warranty administration bulletin provides dealership personnel with policy and procedure requirements for essential tools that include consumable parts (U.S. Only).

  • TSB #10-08-110-001D

    NHTSA ID #10113796

    This informational bulletin provides information on the proper use of GM floor mats.

  • TSB #PIT5259B

    NHTSA ID #10114617

    This Preliminary Information communication advises the technician that the door striker cover will be shipped with the vehicle from the assembly plant. Technician is to make sure the rounded side of the cover is positioned towards the outb

  • TSB #02-00-89-002O

    NHTSA ID #10113701

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on when and how to submit a Field Product Report (FPR) (U.S. Dealers Only).

  • TSB #02-08-42-001H

    NHTSA ID #10113614

    This informational bulletin provides information to assist dealership personnel with the identification of vehicle headlamp, tail lamp, license lamp or fog/driving lamp damage that are not considered warrantable.

  • TSB #09-00-89-016D

    NHTSA ID #10113741

    This warranty administration bulletin provides retail and wholesale service personnel with the policies and the warranty claims submission procedures that support Labor Operation 0600014 - Suspected Tampering or Vehicle Modifications.

  • TSB #04-00-89-015J

    NHTSA ID #10113745

    This warranty administration bulletin communicates GM required operating procedures (U.S. only) for service operations.

  • TSB #12-06-01-008B

    NHTSA ID #10113740

    This informational bulletin provides dealership personnel information on unscheduled supplemental services (including flushing services and additives) and proper use of GM simplified maintenance schedules (Canada only).

UNKNOWN OR OTHER

  • TSB #100089009D

    NHTSA ID #10169357

    This informational bulletin provides information on key code security rules and information on GM keycode look-up applications.

  • TSB #080089014F

    NHTSA ID #10169355

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Use of Dealer Case Management (DCM) and Being Prepared for Contacting U.S. Technical Assistance (TAC).

  • TSB #010842001M

    NHTSA ID #10169354

    This informational bulletin provides information for dealers/technicians on Exterior Lamp Condensation and Replacement Guidelines.

  • TSB #16-NA-014

    NHTSA ID #10137951

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FUEL/PROPULSION SYSTEM (PWS)

  • TSB #PIP5395

    NHTSA ID #10083899

    THIS PRELIMINARY INFORMATION COMMUNICATION ADVISES THE TECHNICIAN ON THE STEPS TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR THE CONCERN OF A RATTLE OR TICKING NOISE THAT IS LOUDER INSIDE THE VEHICLE THAN OUTSIDE. INSTRUCTIONS ARE PROVIDED TO INSPECT THE FUEL FE

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