05-00-89-078C GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS Fuel Sending Unit Corrosion and Fuel System Deposits - (Apr 19 2012) Fuel System Fuel Level Sender Sensor
|Subject:||GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS, Fuel Sending Unit Corrosion and Fuel System Deposits|
|Models:||2013 and Prior GM Passenger Cars and Trucks|
This bulletin is being revised to add model years Parts Information. Please discardCorporate Bulletin Number 05-00-89-078B (Section 00 – General Information).
Important:The GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS is not recommended for use with diesel fuel. TheGM Fuel System Treatment PLUS is specially formulated for use in gasoline and/or E85fuels.GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS
GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS is now available for use in gasoline engines.Added Benefits and Uses
The PLUS portion of GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS is the addition of a filmer additivethat, when used regularly, can protect fuel system sending units from the corrosiveeffects of certain sulfur contaminants found in some of today's gasoline.
Sulfur contamination can disrupt electrical continuity of certain fuel sending unitsand lead to erratic or false fuel gauge readings. With scheduled usage, GM Fuel SystemTreatment PLUS protects against the effects of harmful sulfurs in gasoline.The Four Benefits
Just pour in one bottle of the GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS into the fuel tank whenrefueling around each oil change interval:Cleans — Sulfur corrosion from fuel gauge sending units.Prevents — Harmful sulfur components from attacking sensitive fuel system electronics.Protects — By coating metallic surfaces of the fuel system.Removes — Engine deposits left from use of poor quality fuels.Parts Information
U.S. 88861013 (for U.S. ACDelco, use 10-3003)
GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS 20 oz Bottle (Treats up to 20 gallons of fuel)
U.S. 88861262 (for U.S. ACDelco, use 10-3004)
GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS 12 oz Bottle (Treats up to 12 gallons of fuel)
GM Fuel System Treatment PLUS 591-ml Bottle (Treats up to 75L of fuel)
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