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.
Some 2013 Ford F-150 trucks built on or before 9/18/2012 and equipped with a 3.5L gasoline turbocharged direct injection (GTDI) Ecoboost engine may exhibit an intermittent stumble and/or misfire on hard acceleration after an extended drive at highway speeds during high humid or damp conditions.
This bulletin applies to 2013-2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager/Town and Country vehicles, built on or after Dec. 6, 2012, and on or before April 30, 2014. A rattle noise may be heard that sounds like metal against metal, coming from the right rear sliding door area while driving over bumps.
Owners of 2005-2012 GMC Canyon vehicles may comment on excessive or annoying blower motor noise on the low fan speed. Sounds may include ticking, chirping, clicking or whirring.
This bulletin applies to 2005-2013 Chevy Corvettes (including Z08). The check engine light may be on, with DTC P0171 and/or P0174 set in history or current. If air flow to the air intake/air cleaner assembly is disturbed, these DTCs may be induced.
This bulletin applies to 2015 Jaguar XK models. A customer may report that a low battery warning message is displayed on the instrument cluster and Eco stop/start is unavailable. The cause may be that the battery monitoring system (BMS) clamp is not correctly positioned on the main battery terminal post.
Toyota issued a recall for certain 2016-2018 Prius models built from June 2015 through May 2018 for a possible electrical system wiring issue.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2017 Porsche Cayenne S V6 and GTS V6 vehicles. The engine may not start at times and the fault code P0607 (control unit faulty) is stored in the fault memory.
Kia Motors announced a recall of certain model year 2016 Optima vehicles manufactured Nov. 13, 2015, through April 23, 2016, and equipped with a 2.4L engine.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2018 Mazda3 and Mazda6 vehicles equipped with GDI (gasoline direct injection). If the vehicle is driven on extremely short trips most of the time (where the engine never reaches normal operating temperature), the engine oil may become diluted with fuel, and engine oil level will increase.
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