This bulletin applies to 2008-2014 Cadillac CTS vehicles as well as various additional GM vehicles. The purpose of the bulletin is to inform technicians of an issue that could cause internal module damage to the Body Control Module (BCM).
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.
Some owners of 2013-2014 Cadillac XTS vehicles may comment on the SES (service engine soon) light on. Upon inspection the technician may find DTCs P0097, P00F4, P0113, P2229 and/or P0102 set.
This bulletin applies to 2009-2011 Cadillac Escalade 2WD hybrid models where a no-crank concern is present, along with multiple codes set in different modules. After recording the codes, you may wonder which codes you should start with.
Owners of 2007-2011 Cadillac CTS, SRX or STS models may comment about a check engine light on during or after a crank-no-start event or a hard start/extended crank. A DTC P0336 may be stored.
This bulletin applies to 2003-2014 Chevy Corvette and 2009-2014 Cadillac CTS models equipped with Magnaride (magnetically controlled suspension). The issue involves the Magnaride electrical connector not seated, along with DTCs C0575, C0580, C0585 or C0590. The customer may see a Service Suspension System message displayed on the driver’s information center (DIC).
Owners of a 2008-2012 Cadillac CTS may complain about a hard brake pedal during a cold start.
Owners of a 2012 Cadillac SRX may comment about a clunk or fluid sloshing noise from the rear of the vehicle when coming to a stop, with the noise sometimes misdiagnosed as a rear suspension issue.
Some owners of 2010 Cadillac DTS vehicles may comment that the airbag light is illuminated. The technician may find DTC B0071 set in the PPS (passenger presence system) and DTC B0081 in the sensing and diagnostics module (SDM).
This bulletin applies to 2011-2013 Cadillac Escalade models. You may receive a vehicle with a concern of an audible engine whine noise at 1,500-1,800 rpm. The noise can be heard inside the vehicle at or near the right side of the dash/bulkhead area.
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