This bulletin applies to 2011-2013 Chevy Cruze vehicles. If replacement of the oil pressure switch is necessary, it is important to torque the switch to the correct specification.
Some owners of 2016 Chevy Corvettes may comment that the red park brake light on the instrument panel intermittently illuminates. This may be due to the vehicle automatically applying the electronic parking brake (EPB) when the vehicle is not moving.
General Motors announced a recall of certain 2013 and 2014 Chevy Cruze vehicles equipped with a 1.4L turbo engine, and manufactured between Nov. 28, 2012, and March 7, 2014.
General Motors issues a recall on certain 2018 GMC Savana and Chevy Express vehicles with certain combinations of front tire and gross vehicle weight option codes. The tire pressure monitoring system may be incorrectly calibrated, causing the TPMS warning light to illuminate when tire pressure reaches 37 psi, not 41 psi.
This bulletin applies to 2001-2013 Chevy Corvettes that present with a P0300 random misfire on a random cylinder. The vehicle may have P0301 – P-308 or P0300 only.
Owners of a 2012-2014 Chevy Cruze equipped with a 1.4L engine and 6T40 automatic transmission and built before Aug. 1, 2013, may complain about a bump feeling or surge or an engine vibration while stopped at idle with the transmission in drive and their foot on the brake pedal.
This bulletin applies to 2012 Chevy Camaro models. The technician may find DTC P062F set in the ECM. This DTC may either be active or in history.
This bulletin applies to 2009-2012 Corvette ZR1 and 2011-2012 Corvette Z06 with Z07 models, all equipped with the ceramic brake package (RPO J57).
Owners of 2010-2018 Chevy Camaros may experience an SES light on, and engine misfire and/or a chirp, squeak or tick engine noise. If the SES light is on, the technician will find a P0300-P0308 DTC with misfires counting on a single cylinder that may or may not be felt. This may occur consistently or intermittently.
This bulletin applies to all 2011-2012 GM passenger cars and light-duty trucks. In the event that an OnStar module had previously acquired a GPS signal with calibrated dead reckoning and is transported or towed at least 59 miles with the ignition off, the module may not re-acquire a current GPS location.
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