This bulletin applies to 2015 Jeep Compass and Patriot models regarding a flash to improve cold starts and cruise control. A customer may experience a MIL on and may note that the engine is hard to start when cold, and/or the cruise control acceleration feels too fast at low speeds of around 35 mph.
This bulletin applies to 2010-2016 GMC Acadia and 2017 GMC Acadia Limited vehicles. Some customers may comment that there is a clunk/thump noise on acceleration once after each key cycle that may be mistaken as coming from the engine compartment or suspension.
This bulletin applies to all Chevrolet vehicles model years 2013-2018. When diagnosing multiple DTCs, one may be U****Byte 71. Any control module may set a DTC for one of its inputs and that data is shared across the communication bus for other modules to perform their respective functions.
This bulletin applies to 2015 and later Nissan vehicles (except Titan trucks equipped with a Cummins V8 diesel engine). The MIL may be on, with DTC P0603 (ECM back up/circuit) stored. This is often the result of low battery voltage or battery terminal disconnections.
Volvo has recalled certain 2017-2019 XC90, S90, V60, V60 Cross Country, V90, XC40, XC60 and V90 Cross Country vehicles. The software installed in the VCM (vehicle connectivity module) may have an error causing the Telematics and Driver Support Systems to function improperly.
When troubleshooting DTCs for a solenoid or motor power supply circuit failure, keep in mind that even though the control unit activates these components, the power supplied may come from a dedicated circuit and its own separate fuse.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2019 Mazda CX-5, 2016-2019 CX-3, MX-5 and CX-9 and 2014-2019 Mazda6 and Mazda3 vehicles. Some vehicles may experience the check engine light on with DTC P2610 and P2507 stored in memory after engine start with the room fuse 15A removed.
This bulletin applies to 2017-2018 Toyota Highlander and Sienna, 2018 Camry and 2016-1028 Tacoma models. Some vehicles equipped with a 2GR-FKS 3.5L engine may exhibit an engine oil leak from the cam sensor bolt holes. The flange bolts and the camshaft housings have been changed to address the issue.
This bulletin applies to 2015-2017 Ford Mustang vehicles. A recall was issued for certain cars built from Feb. 24, 2015, to Aug. 30, 2016, equipped with an engine oil cooler.
Some owners of 2007-2019 Chevy Silverado trucks may comment about unwanted Stability Activation and/or a Service Stability message.
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