Some 2013-2018 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor utility vehicles equipped with a 3.7L twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) engine may exhibit an illuminated MIL with DTC P0420 and/or P0430.
This bulletin applies to 2014-current Chevy Camaro vehicles equipped with a 6.2L supercharged engine. Customers may experience a rattling or knocking noise at mid-to-high mph, and at idle. A screeching noise may also be heard at mid-to-high engine speed, usually when cold.
This bulletin applies to 2015-2018 Jeep Renegade vehicles equipped with a 2.4L engine. Customers may experience a MIL on, accompanied by a rough running engine. The technician may find one or more of the following DTCs set:
This bulletin applies to 2007-2017 GMC Acadia vehicles. In some cases, the ABS Service Traction Control System, and/or Service StabiliTrak telltale lights may be on. During initial scan for EBCM module diagnostic codes, you may find one or more of the following DTCs: C0035-C0050 with specific symptom bytes 18, 5A or 0F.
This bulletin applies to 2012-2016 Dodge Darts equipped with a 2.4L engine and electric power steering. During EPS module electrical diagnosis and verification, DO NOT disconnect the gray EPS torque sensor connector on the EPS module.
This bulletin applies to 2015 Subaru Impreza, Legacy, Outback and XV Crosstrek and 2016 WRX models, made from February 2014 to April 2015. Subaru has recalled certain models equipped with the Eyesight Driver Assist System.
This bulletin was released by Kia and applies to all models. On some vehicles, customers or dealers may choose to install non-Kia aftermarket accessories which, under certain circumstances, may cause improper operation or even damage to components.
This bulletin applies to 2016 Hyundai Elantra vehicles, regarding replacement of the MDPS (motor driven power steering module) ECU and MDPS motor as separate components.
Volkswagen is recalling certain 2015-2016 Audi A6 sedans and 2015 Audi A7 vehicles.
This bulletin applies to Kia Optima 2.0L hybrid models built between August 2016 and September 2017. Certain 2017-2018 Kia Optima hybrid vehicles have been recalled due to a potential issue with the voltage protection device (VPD) that is designed to protect the high voltage battery module.
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