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.
Some 2015-2016 Toyota Sienna vehicles may exhibit a grease leak where grease is coming through the boot clamp area on the big end of the outboard front axle shaft joint.
This bulletin applies to 2011 and later Porsche Cayenne vehicles equipped with a 3.6L engine. The oil level warning “Above Max” may be displayed in the instrument cluster.
This bulletin applies to 2017 Accord L4, and 2017-2018 CR-V and Civic models. A vehicle with relatively low miles may have a hard-to-pinpoint engine knock.
Some 2013 Ford F-150 trucks built on or before Sept. 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 2014-2015 Chevy Cruze vehicles equipped with a diesel engine. Some customers may comment on the MIL being illuminated. The technician may find DTC P22FA set current or in history. This condition may be caused by the nitrogen oxide sensor (NOX) covered with diesel particulates (soot).
This bulletin applies to 2016-2017 Jeep Compass and Patriot vehicles, built on or after June 20, 2016, and on or before March 31, 2017, and equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Customers may experience a MIL on.
This bulletin applies to 2011-2013 Chrysler Town & Country/Caravan models, built prior to Oct. 13, 2012, and equipped with right and left power sliding doors. Customers may experience that the power sliding door will not power close.
This bulletin applies to 2015-2019 GMC Sierra 2500/3500 and Yukon models. Some customers may comment that the RKE (remote keyless entry) only works at short distances from the vehicle. The cause may be the GM accessory Echomaster Trailering Camera system.
This bulletin applies to 2004-2017 Toyota 4Runner vehicles Some vehicles equipped with part-time 4WD may exhibit a cyclical groaning or grinding noise coming from the front differential in 2WD that goes away when operated in 4WD. This noise can be addressed by replacing the needle bearing on the left side of the front differential.
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