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TOPIC : ABS

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Hill Assist Fix

This bulletin applies to 2019 Ford Explorer vehicles. In some affected vehicles, Hill Start Assist (HAS) is not enabled due to a software issue in the ABS module.

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Subaru Updates ABS Harness

Subaru has announced a design change for the rear ABS wheel speed sensor assemblies for 2015-2018 Outback models.

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Jeep Cluster Conundrum

Chrysler is recalling certain 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles built Jan. 8, 2013, through Aug. 20, 2013.

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Hey, It’s Normal

This bulletin applies to a number of Mazda vehicles, including 2013-2019 CX-5, 2011-2014 Mazda2, 2007-2019 Mazda3, 2016-2019 CX-3, 2006-2015 Mazda5, 2007-2012 CX-7, 2006-2019 MX-5, 2004-2011 RX-8, 2007-2019 CX-9 and 2014-2019 Mazda6.

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Nissan ABS Recall

Nissan has recalled certain 2015-2017 Murano, 2016-2017 Maxima, 2017-2018 Pathfinder and 2017 Infiniti QX60 vehicles.

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Electronic Brake Control Module

This bulletin applies to 2018-2019 Buick Enclave vehicles. The Service Parking Brake message may be seen, the red Park indicator may be flashing and/or the amber parking brake wrench indicator may be illuminated. Codes C056D or C056E may be stored, and other ABS codes may be found.

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It’s Just a Noise

This bulletin applies to 2010-2016 GMC Acadia and 2017 GMC Acadia Limited vehicles. Some customers may comment that there is a clunk/thump noise on acceleration once after each key cycle that may be mistaken as coming from the engine compartment or suspension.

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ABS Internal Leak

Nissan has recalled certain 2015-2017 Murano, 2016-2017 Maxima, 2017-2018 Pathfinder and 2017 Infiniti QX60 vehicles.

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Audi Noises Normal

This bulletin applies to 2018 Audi Q5 and 2017-2018 A4, S4, A5, S5 and Q7 models. After pulling away, a slight rattling or clicking noise may be heard from the front of the vehicle at about 25 mph.  It might be also felt slightly through the accelerator and brake pedal.

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Subaru Upgrades ABS Sensor

Subaru announced a design change made to the rear ABS wheel speed sensor on 2015-2018 Legacy and Outback models. The change involves the addition of an additional shielding cover to protect the harness from damage caused by road debris.

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