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06-08-47-001J Warranty SPS Control Module Diagnostics and Configuration Information Programming Set-Up - (Sep 20 2013) Driveline Control 4WD Driveline Control - part 3

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Other Electrical Labor Only Procedures

There are other electrical procedures that are not associated with a module part replacementand are also not considered reprogramming. The following table provides examples ofthese procedures and the appropriate handling from a warranty perspective.

Procedure

Description

Warranty Policy

Set-Up

A procedure that configures a Control Module to vehicle-specific content, operatinglocation, etc. This is also known as “bit flipping” or “option configuration”. Thisis done one time as part of a Control Module replacement procedure.

Labor times are included in the Control Module replacement procedure. Additional timefor setup or reprogramming is not applicable.

XM Activation

A procedure that communicates the new radio ID after replacement of Digital RadioReceiver (DRR) to XM to ensure continuation of XM radio service.

Labor times for XM activation are included in the replacement procedures. Additionaltime is not applicable.

Learn

A procedure that stores operating ranges, component identifiers, etc. of componentsor systems. This is also known as “initializing”. This is done one time as part ofa component or control module replacement or in some instances after a battery disconnect.

Labor times for component or control module replacement and battery disconnect areincluded in the procedures. Additional time is not applicable.

Programming

A procedure for loading the operational software or calibration files of a newly installedcontrol module performed using the Service Programming System (SPS) application.

Labor times for module programming are included in replacement procedures. Additionalprogramming time is not applicable.

Reprogramming

A procedure to update a module with new software or calibration files. This is a labor-onlyprocedure performed using the Service Programming System (SPS) application.

SPS reprogramming labor codes are specifically released as required for the modulesand vehicles that have service software/calibration files released in TIS2000. Diagnostictime is applicable if listed in the Labor Time Guide.

USB Programming

A procedure to update a module with new software or calibration files using vehicleUSB port. This is a labor-only procedure performed using the Service Programming System(SPS) application.

SPS reprogramming labor codes are specifically released as required for the modulesand vehicles that have service software/calibration files released in TIS2000. Diagnostictime is applicable if listed in the Labor Time Guide.

Sequential Programming

A procedure to update more than one module with new software or calibration filesin a predefined order or sequence. The sequence is critical to the outcome of theevent and is done automatically by the SPS application.

A unique Warranty Claim Code generated by SPS must be submitted.

Non-SPS Programming/Setup Operations

Some procedures may not produce a warranty claim code when software is downloadedusing the Tech 2®.

Labor times for module programming are included in replacement procedures. For a specificrepair appropriate labor codes and labor times will be included in the Technical Bulletinor may be allowed using an 4069929.

Tech 2® Recalibration

A procedure for loading updated calibration files to a control module using the Tech2®.

Labor times for module programming are included in replacement procedures. Additionalprogramming time is not applicable.

CD Software Update

Some entertainment systems may require a software update that is performed througha special data CD release. This type of software update is infrequent and is communicatedvia a Technical Bulletin.

Appropriate labor codes and labor times will be included in the Technical Bulletin.

Personalization

Setting a system configuration that is a customer preference and described in thevehicle owner manual. Examples include door locking preferences, memory seat, radiopresets, compass calibration, etc.

Customer vehicle Personalization is not considered a warranty repair.

Vehicle Maintenance

Procedures that are performed as part of vehicle maintenance procedures such as OilLife Reset and Tire Pressure Monitor relearn after tire rotation.

Vehicle maintenance procedures are not considered warranty repairs.

Accessory Configuration

Some GM Accessory installations require SPS reprogramming or set-up procedures.

Procedures associated with the installation of an Accessory are not covered as warrantyrepairs.

Diagnostics

As part of service diagnostic procedures, technicians may re-set Diagnostic TroubleCodes (DTCs) or pull fuses or disconnect connectors to reset software in control modules.

Diagnostics are covered as an add condition in the labor code that is used to repairthe vehicle.

Customer Concern Not Duplicated (CCND)

When a customer complaint cannot be verified by the service technician after duplicatingthe conditions described by the customer. This may include checking for DTCs and performingsystem or circuit verification procedures.

The appropriate CCND labor code should be used. See list below. Comments describingthe customer concern should be included with all instances of a CCND labor code submission.These labor codes may not be used in conjunction with another labor code for the samecustomer concern.

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