This bulletin applies to 2017-2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S vehicles. The customer may comment about an “Engine Too HOT” warning.
Kia Motors has recalled certain 2017-2018 Niro hybrid electric vehicles built from November 2016 to September 2017.
This bulletin applies to 2015 BMW 320i xDrive vehicles. The customer may complain about a grinding or cracking noise when placing the transmission in gear, and a “Drive Disturbed” message may be displayed.
This bulletin provides information related to an ECM software update to improve starting performance. Perform this update if a vehicle in in for service for an intermittent no-start concern. This applies to 2017-2018 Genesis G90 vehicles equipped with a 5.0 GDI engine.
Some 2016-2017 Toyota Tundra truck owners have expressed dissatisfaction with the braking feel of the integrated trailer brake controller. Revised software for the trailer brake ECU has been developed to provide an alternative trailer braking feel for these customers.
This bulletin applies to 2018 Jeep Compass, Renegade and Cherokee vehicles built on or after Nov. 14, 2017, and on or before Jan. 2, 2018, equipped with a 2.4L Multiair engine, involving replacing the PCM due to a P2226 DTC (barometric pressure sensor code).
Chrysler has recalled certain 2017-2018 Pacifica Plug-In Hybrid Electric vehicles (PHEV) built from August 2016 to August 2018.
Some owners of 2017-2019 GMC Canyon vehicles equipped with a 3.6L engine may comment that the SES lamp is on or that the engine may have a slight squeak noise coming from the front of the engine belt area.
This bulletin applies to a limited number of 2018 Ford E-350, E-450 and E-550 ambulance and emergency vehicles built from June 2018 to August 2018 and equipped with Whelen brake lights.
Some owners of a 2014-2019 Chevy Corvette equipped with an automatic transmission may comment about a rattle noise at the front of the vehicle when the engine is running at slower engine speeds. This condition may be caused by a deformed propshaft coupler, which may move the driveline support assembly’s front input shaft bearing out of position.
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