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05-03-08-002E Information on Diagnosis and Replacement of Shock Absorber and Strut Due to Fluid Leak - (May 31 2012) Strut Assembly Dampers Shocks - part 2      Oil drip or trail down the strut tube and originating from the shaft seal (locatedat the top of the strut tube).Extreme wet film of oil covering the strut tube and pooling in the spring seat andoriginating from the shaft...
05-03-08-002E Information on Diagnosis and Replacement of Shock Absorber and Strut Due to Fluid Leak - (May 31 2012) Strut Assembly Dampers Shocks      Subject: Information on Diagnosis and Replacement of Shock Absorber and Strut Due to FluidLeak Models:  2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Trucks     This bulletin is being revised to add the 2013 model...
05-03-10-020D Use of Nitrogen Gas in Tires - (Sep 18 2012) Tires - part 2      General Motors works with tire suppliers to designand manufacture original equipment tires for GM vehicles. The GM TPC addresses requiredperformance with respect to both inflation pressure retention, and endurance propertiesfor...
05-03-10-020D Use of Nitrogen Gas in Tires - (Sep 18 2012) Tires      Subject: Use of Nitrogen Gas in Tires Models:  2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Trucks     This bulletin is being revised to add the 2012 and 2013 model years. Please discardCorporate Bulletin Number...
06-03-09-004E Squeak Noise from Rear of Vehicle (Lubricate Rear Leaf Springs) - (May 3 2013) Springs      Subject: Squeak Noise from Rear of Vehicle (Lubricate Rear Leaf Springs) Models:  1999-2007 Chevrolet Silverado (Classic) 2007-2012 Chevrolet Colorado 2007-2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1999-2007 GMC Sierra...
07-02-32-002N Hydraulic Power Steering System Leak - Required Diagnostic Actions - (Sep 18 2013) Hydraulic Steering - part 2      Prying against the housing bore could scratch the housing bore and require steeringgear replacement. These seals are replaceable and any leak at the line to gear connection on these vehiclesshould be first addressed with a...
07-02-32-002N Hydraulic Power Steering System Leak - Required Diagnostic Actions - (Sep 18 2013) Hydraulic Steering      Subject: Hydraulic Power Steering System Leak – Required Diagnostic Actions Models:  2005-2014 GM Cars and Trucks Equipped with Hydraulic Steering This bulletin has been revised to add the 2014 model year...
07-03-10-008C Information on Slight or Mild Tire Feathering and Recommended Practices (Normal Tire Wear Condition) - (May 17 2012) Tires      Subject: Information on Slight or Mild Tire Feathering and Recommended Practices (Normal TireWear Condition) Models:  2006-2013 GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks     This bulletin is being revised to...
07-03-10-015C General Motors New Vehicle Wheel Warranty Coverage - (May 17 2013) Wheels - part 4      Dismounted wheel rims can bescratched and bent easily if abused before packing. This type of damage can mimicroad/curb damage creating a possible Feedback Report. Removal of Stick-On Adhesive Backed Wheel Weights Many...
07-03-10-015C General Motors New Vehicle Wheel Warranty Coverage - (May 17 2013) Wheels - part 3      Notice:Do not use cleaning solutions that contain hydrofluoric, oxalic and most other acidson chrome wheels (or any wheels). If the customer is unsure of the chemical make-up of a particular wheel cleaner, itshould be...
07-03-10-015C General Motors New Vehicle Wheel Warranty Coverage - (May 17 2013) Wheels - part 2      This damage is not warrantable and a Warranty Parts Center (WPC) RegionalFeedback Report was issued on this wheel. (Most WPC Regional Feedback Reports resultin a chargeback of the warranty claim to the dealership.)...
07-03-10-015C General Motors New Vehicle Wheel Warranty Coverage - (May 17 2013) Wheels      Subject: General Motors New Vehicle Wheel Warranty Coverage Models:  2014 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks     This bulletin is being revised to add the 2013-2014 model years and remove the...
08-03-10-006D Tire Slowly Goes Flat Tire Air Loss Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated Aluminum Wheel Bead Seat Corrosion (Clean and Resurface Wheel Bead Seat) - (Nov 2 2011) Wheels - part 2      Bead seat corrosion is identified by what appears like blistering of the wheel finish,causing a rough or uneven surface that is difficult for the tire to maintain a properseal on. Below is a close-up photo of bead seat...
08-03-10-006D Tire Slowly Goes Flat Tire Air Loss Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated Aluminum Wheel Bead Seat Corrosion (Clean and Resurface Wheel Bead Seat) - (Nov 2 2011) Wheels      Subject: Tire Slowly Goes Flat, Tire Air Loss, Low Tire Pressure Warning Light Illuminated,Aluminum Wheel Bead Seat Corrosion (Clean and Resurface Wheel Bead Seat) Models:  2005-2013 GM Passenger Cars and Light...
08-08-44-028A Information on Inadvertent Steering Wheel Control (SWC) Button Press Causing Radio Anomalies - (Apr 11 2012) Steering Wheel and Column      Subject: Information On Inadvertent Steering Wheel Control (SWC) Button Press Causing RadioAnomalies Models:  2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Trucks All Vehicles with Steering Wheel Controls This...
09-03-10-013A Statement on Tire Sealant Included in GM Inflator Kits (Supplied with New Vehicles or as GM Accessory) - (Sep 14 2012) Tires      Subject: Statement on Tire Sealant Included in GM Inflator Kits (Supplied with New Vehiclesor as GM Accessory) Models:  2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks Equipped with Tire Inflator Kits...
09-03-10-016A Wheel Balancing Machine Finish Damage to Chrome Clad or ChromeTech® Wheels - (Jul 18 2012) Wheels      Subject: Wheel Balancing Machine Finish Damage to Chrome Clad or ChromeTech® Wheels Models:  2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Trucks Equipped with Plastic Clad Aluminum Wheels Attention:  The...
09-03-16-002B Dealership Service Consultant Procedure as Vehicle Comes into Service Drive for Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System Message Light and Customer Information - (May 10 2013) TPMS - part 5      - Q: What if my tire pressure light comes on and stays on solid with a Check Tire Pressure/LowTire Pressure/Add Air to Tire message- A: Simply add the proper amount of air to your tires. Refer to the Tire & Loading...
09-03-16-002B Dealership Service Consultant Procedure as Vehicle Comes into Service Drive for Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System Message Light and Customer Information - (May 10 2013) TPMS - part 4      If oneof these labor operations is used, the following Repair Order and Warranty Systemdocumentation are required: Document the customer complaint on the Repair Order.Document the TPMS DTC that has set on the Repair Order.Enter...
09-03-16-002B Dealership Service Consultant Procedure as Vehicle Comes into Service Drive for Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System Message Light and Customer Information - (May 10 2013) TPMS - part 3      Important:Recently, nitrogen gas (for use in inflating tires) has become available to the generalconsumer through some retailers. The use of nitrogen gas to inflate tires is a technologyused in automobile racing. Tires...
09-03-16-002B Dealership Service Consultant Procedure as Vehicle Comes into Service Drive for Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System Message Light and Customer Information - (May 10 2013) TPMS - part 2      Properlyadjusting all tire air pressures to the recommended levels will correct this (Referto the Tire and Loading Information Label on the driver side door).More detailed information can be found in the Owner Manual.Service is...
09-03-16-002B Dealership Service Consultant Procedure as Vehicle Comes into Service Drive for Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System Message Light and Customer Information - (May 10 2013) TPMS      Subject: Dealership Service Consultant Procedure as Vehicle Comes into Service Drive for TirePressure Monitor (TPM) System Message, Light and Customer Information Models:  2006-2014 GM Passenger Cars and Light...
10-03-10-001B Revised Wheel Balancer Mounting Instructions (Heavy Duty Models Only) - (Jun 14 2013) Wheels - part 4      Method 2: Alternate Method (Hunter TruckChuck®) Secure the Hunter TruckChuck®, 20-1602-1, to the center bore of the rim. Ensure thechuck is secure and uniformly attached.Hunter TruckChuck® Correctly Attached (Rear View)...
10-03-10-001B Revised Wheel Balancer Mounting Instructions (Heavy Duty Models Only) - (Jun 14 2013) Wheels - part 3      Record the needed correction weight and mark the correction weightlocation on the tire with a tire pencil. This will be recorded as “Spin 2.” dimensions Evaluate Results: When the two test spins have been completed, the...