This bulletin applies to 2016 Jeep Patriot vehicles built between September 14 and 18, 2016. Some fuel filler tubes may have an issue with the fuel fill cap thread specification.
This bulletin applies to 2011 Dodge Ram trucks equipped with an electronic vehicle information center (EVIC) /or Parksense rear park assist. Customers may not understand the EVIC message display “Blinded.” This indicates that the Parksense rear park assist sensors require cleaning. The EVIC flash will change the display to indicate “Clean Sensors.”
Some 2011-2013 Ford E-Series vans equipped with a 5.4L 2V or 6.8L 2V engine and built on or before 11/12/2012 may exhibit excessive oil consumption, where 1 quart of oil is consumed at less than 3,000 miles.
Several GM vehicle models may feature two distinctively different-looking per-cylinder valve-cover-mounted ignition coils. This is due to a supplier difference and, according to GM, does not affect performance or serviceability.
Chevy and GMC vehicles equipped with LGH, LML, LUZ, LWN, L5P and LH7 diesel engines may exhibit excessive smoke at the tailpipe, with DTC P2002 set. This may be the result of a cracked or broken diesel particulate filter (DPF).
This bulletin applies to 2016-2019 Chevy Corvette models equipped with a 6.2L LT1/LT4/LT5 engine. The SES lamp may be on and rich running condition DTCs P0172 and P0175 may be stored. The possible cause involves the high pressure fuel pump.
This bulletin applies to 2015-2019 GMC Canyon trucks equipped with a MYD automatic transmission. The customer may comment that they hear a high-pitched tone or whine noise with the key on and engine off, or for up to one minute after the engine is shut off.
Some 2013 Ford Fusion/Energi and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid vehicles built on or before 11/01/2012 may exhibit an overly sensitive brake pedal feel often described as “grabby” brakes, or a perceived 2-3 second delayed transmission engagement in reverse due to the hill start assist activating briefly after starting the engine.
This bulletin applies to 2013 - 2019 Cadillac ATS vehicles. Some customers may comment that the headlamp horizontal aim is out of alignment.
Some Mopar Gooseneck Ball Kits installed to Dodge trucks may have retention balls that do not fully seat into the receiver plate and lock into position. When this occurs, the operator can move the shuttle to the locked position, removing tension on the pin, indicating the gooseneck ball is locked in place when it is not.
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