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Cadillac ATS

This bulletin applies to 2014-2019 Cadillac ATS, CTS and XTS, and 2016-2019 CT6 vehicles. Some customers may comment that the engine stops running after extended idle with the shifter in the Park position.

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Bad Box

This bulletin applies to 2018 GMC Canyon trucks equipped with a 2.5L engine and Terrain vehicles equipped with a 2.0L or 1.5L engine. On some vehicles, an electrical connection in the circuit board may fail in the engine control module.

Module Damage Caution

The bulletin discusses module damage from incorrect AFIT usage on GM vehicles equipped with direct fuel injection.

Chasing the Noise

Owners of 2017-2019 GM vehicles, such as GMC Canyon and Acadia vehicles equipped with a 3.6L engine, may complain about a rattle, tick or knock type noise.

Noisy Caddy

Some owners of 2016-2019 Cadillac ATS and 2014-2019 CTS Sedan vehicles equipped with a 3.6L engine may comment about a brief rattle or ticking noise that is heard when revving the engine in Park/Neutral.

GM Recall

General Motors announced a recall of certain 2018 GMC Terrain, Acadia and Canyon vehicles built during March 2018.

ECM Glitch

This bulletin applies to 2018 Cadillac ATS, CT6 and CTS models equipped with a 2.0L engine. On some vehicles, an electrical connection in the circuit board may fail in the engine control module (ECM). If this occurs, the MIL/Check Engine light may illuminate.

Too Much E85?

This bulletin applies to a number of GM products including 2013-2015 Cadillac ATS/2012-2015 SRX, 2012-2017 Buick LaCrosse/Regal/Verano, 2012-2017 Chevy Caprice, 2016-2018 Captiva/ 2011-2017 Equinox/2012-2018 Impala and 2011-2017 GMC Terrain.

Caddy Light Aim

This bulletin applies to 2013 - 2019 Cadillac ATS vehicles. Some customers may comment that the headlamp horizontal aim is out of alignment.

Bad Balancer? Seriously?

This bulletin involves 2015-2017 Cadillac ATS, SRX, CTS, CT6 and XTS vehicles. A snapping or ticking noise at the harmonic balancer may be heard, or sparks may be observed at the balancer.