This bulletin applies to 2012 Nissan Juke vehicles. When diagnosing for DTC C1130 (engine signal), ECM related DTCs must be diagnosed, repaired and DTCs erased first.
This bulletin applies to 2010 Volkswagen Passat vehicles equipped with the ESP braking system. In some cases, the ESP function test may not end on its own, creating a 01486 fault code in the ABS.
This bulletin applies to 2007 and later Mitsubishi Outlander vehicles where the ABS light flashes after ASC ECU replacement.
Some owners of 2004-2011 Mazda RX-8 vehicles may complain about a clunk, bang or jolt felt from the front of the vehicle when the vehicle first moves forward after starting the engine.
Some 2010 Lincoln MKX vehicles may exhibit an intermittent C1963 DTC with no other DTCs present in the anti-lock brakes (ABS), powertrain control module (PCM) or steering angle sensor module (SASM). The customer may observe an intermittent stability control system/traction control light illumination.
This bulletin applies to all Volkswagen vehicles equipped with ESP braking system, where fault code 014 (system function test activated) is found. In some cases, the ESP function test may not end on its own, creating a 01486 fault code in the ABS module.
A number of potential problems can easily result in operational issues and/or customer complaints following brake system service. Here we’ll discuss a few points that will help to avoid these concerns and help give your customers a “sweet” ride.
Some 2013 Ford F-Super Duty 250/350 trucks equipped with the 6.2L diesel engine and built on or before 2-21-2013 may exhibit an illuminated red brake warning indicator with DTC C101A:62 (vacuum pressure sensor signal error in the ABS module).
Some 2011-2013 Ford Explorer vehicles equipped with a 3.5L engine, AWD and built on or before 7-30-2012 may exhibit an inoperative Terrain Management.
This bulletin applies to 2013 Cadillac Escalade models. A “Service Stability Message” may appear on the DIC (drivers information center) as a result of a DTC C0561 set in the EBCM (electronic brake control module). The EBCM receives messages from other modules over GMLAN which are needed to perform ABS, VSES and/or TCS functions.