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.
General Motors has recalled certain 2018 Chevrolet Equinox vehicles. The high pressure fuel pump may detach from its mounting flange, possibly resulting in the pump damaging the high pressure fuel line, with the possibility of a fire.
This bulletin applies to 2002-2018 Chevy Escalade, Avalanche, Express, Silverado, Tahoe and Suburban models, Cadillac Escalade, Hummer H and GMC Savana, Sierra and Yukon models.
This bulletin applies to a number of GM vehicles, including 2013-2017 Buick Verano models. A recall was announced due to the possibility of the electronic park lock lever potentially allowing the ignition key to be removed without the transmission being placed in Park.
This bulletin applies to 2017-2019 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks equipped with a 3.6L engine. Some customers may comment of engine noise or engine failure shortly after an engine oil change and a MIL on.
Some owners of 2007-2019 Chevy Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban or Tahoe vehicles, GMC Sierra and Yukon vehicles and Cadillac Escalades may comment on unwanted Stability Activation and/or a Service Stability message.
General Motors advises inspection for piston damage when the MIL is on and the engine misfires and displays a ticking/knocking noise. This may be caused by an aftermarket ECM calibration/component and detonation that leads to melted pistons.
This bulletin applies to 2017-2019 GMC Canyon trucks equipped with a 3.6L engine. Some customers may comment that the SES lamp is on or the engine may have a slight noise coming from the front of the engine belt area. Upon investigation, you may find DTC P0324 set in the ECM.
General Motors announced a recall of certain 2018 GMC Terrain, Acadia and Canyon vehicles built during March 2018.
This bulletin applies to 2015-2018 GMC Yukon vehicles equipped with a 5.3L or 6.2L engine, and 2019 Savana vehicles equipped with a 4.3L engine. Some customers may comment about an underhood fuel odor and/or starting the engine sometimes requires extended cranking time.
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