This bulletin applies to 2009-2017 Chevy Equinox, Impala, Malibu and Traverse vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. The MIL may be on and DTC P182E may be set as active or history in the transmission control module. The customer may also note that there is no PRNDL display.
This bulletin applies to a host of GM vehicles including 2018-2019 Buick LaCrosse and Regal, Cadillac XTS, Chevy Bolt EV, Cruze, Equinox, Impala, Malibu and Volt and GMC Terrain.
GM has announced a recall for certain 2018-2019 vehicles including Chevy Equinox, Bolt EV, Cruze, Impala, Malibu, and Volt, Buick Regal and LaCrosse, Cadillac XTS and GMC Terrain, built from March 2018 to July 2018.
This bulletin applies to 2009-2018 Chevy Impala models equipped with automatic transmissions. Some customers may comment that the MIL lamp is on. In “rare” cases, they may also note that there is no PRNDL display.
This bulletin applies to a number of GM products including 2013-2015 Cadillac ATS/2012-2015 SRX, 2012-2017 Buick LaCrosse/Regal/Verano, 2012-2017 Chevy Caprice, 2016-2018 Captiva/ 2011-2017 Equinox/2012-2018 Impala and 2011-2017 GMC Terrain.
This bulletin applies to 2013 – 2019 Chevy Malibu vehicles equipped with a 2.5L or 2.0L engine. The same engines are available in a number of GM vehicles including Buick Envision and Regal, Cadillac CTS, ATS and CT6, Chevy Camaro, Equinox, Impala and Traverse and GMC Acadia, Canyon and Terrain.
This bulletin applies to 2014 Chevy Impala vehicles equipped with the 6T70 automatic transmission. Some owners may complain about a coast-down “bump” felt with closed throttle during a 4-3 downshift.
Owners of 2013 Chevy Impala vehicles may comment that the cooling fans do not run or that the fans run with the key off. This may be caused by sticking fan relays or cooling fan motors drawing too much amperage, sticking and causing damage to the relays and accessory wiring block.
Some owners of select GM vehicles may comment on a low brake pedal during braking. See the application list at the end of this bulletin.
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