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The TSB numbers are the NHTSA numbers, which are different from the manufacturer-assigned TSB numbers — the NHTSA doesn't keep track of those. It's a very screwed up situation that's almost completely unhelpful to you as the consumer. Use the issue date or the title when asking your dealer for more information about a TSB.

    STEERING

    • TSB #5NP-P5G8M-03

      NHTSA ID #10110921

      • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 27 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: The MDPS (motor driven power steering) assembly contains a flexible rubber coupling which may wear over time resulting in a slight "clicking" or "thud" type noise when turning the steering wheel. This bulletin describes the service proced

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    STEERING:ELECTRIC POWER ASSIST SYSTEM

    • TSB #5NP-P5G8M-03

      NHTSA ID #10110921

      • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 27 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: The MDPS (motor driven power steering) assembly contains a flexible rubber coupling which may wear over time resulting in a slight "clicking" or "thud" type noise when turning the steering wheel. This bulletin describes the service proced

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    POWER TRAIN

    • TSB #5NP-F6W6P-05

      NHTSA ID #10138235

      • Date Announced: APRIL 30 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: The shift lever on some 6-speed vehicles may intermittently not shift out of Park. This bulletin provides the diagnostic procedures to correct this condition.

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    POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION

    • TSB #5NP-Q7S7E-09

      NHTSA ID #10081533

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 02 2016
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: THE SHIFT LEVER ON SOME 6-SPEED VEHICLES MAY INTERMITTENTLY NOT SHIFT OUT OF PARK. THIS BULLETIN PROVIDES THE DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES TO CORRECT THIS CONDITION.

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    • TSB #5NP-E2D7G-09

      NHTSA ID #10081115

      • Date Announced: APRIL 18 2016
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES ARE EQUIPPED WITH A 6-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. THE ATF LEVEL MUST BE CHECKED BY THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE.

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    POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

    • TSB #5NP-P5L7D-05

      NHTSA ID #10138240

      • Date Announced: APRIL 06 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: If you are servicing a vehicle with a harsh and/or delayed shift, use the GDS as shown in the Service Procedure to measure shift engagement time.

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    POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)

    • TSB #5NP-B6E2P-10

      NHTSA ID #10082455

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 09 2016
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: "THE PCM OR TCM CONTAINS LOGIC TO ADJUST SOLENOID DUTY AND LINE PRESSURE AS NEEDED TO COMPENSATE FOR NORMAL CLUTCH WEAR OVER THE LIFE OF THE TRANSAXLE. THIS BULLETIN PROVIDES THE PROCEDURES NECESSARY TO RESET (ERASE) AND RELEARN THE PCM/TCM

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    POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:TORQUE CONVERTER

    • TSB #5NP-Z6F3A-11

      NHTSA ID #10123305

      • Date Announced: OCTOBER 04 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Before installing an automatic transmission, check the depth of the torque converter in the case to confirm the torque converter is fully installed in the transmission. If this is not done, the oil pump may be damaged.

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    POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY

    • TSB #5NP-B6E2P-10

      NHTSA ID #10082455

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 09 2016
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: "THE PCM OR TCM CONTAINS LOGIC TO ADJUST SOLENOID DUTY AND LINE PRESSURE AS NEEDED TO COMPENSATE FOR NORMAL CLUTCH WEAR OVER THE LIFE OF THE TRANSAXLE. THIS BULLETIN PROVIDES THE PROCEDURES NECESSARY TO RESET (ERASE) AND RELEARN THE PCM/TCM

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    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

    • TSB #14-BE-002

      NHTSA ID #10065912

      • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2014
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

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    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE

    • TSB #14-01-021

      NHTSA ID #10055863

      • Date Announced: MAY 01 2014
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: SQUEAK NOISE ON DRIVERS SIDE WHEN PASSING OOVER A SPEED BUMP. *LJ

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    • TSB #14-BE-005

      NHTSA ID #10061239

      • Date Announced: APRIL 01 2014
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

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    STRUCTURE: FRAME AND MEMBERS:UNDERBODY SHIELDS

    • TSB #5NP-H5K5E-03

      NHTSA ID #10110914

      • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 03 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: In some areas, a vehicle's underbody may exhibit corrosion due to road salt usage. As a precautionary measure, cavity wax coating is applied to the internal surfaces of underbody components, and an undercoating spray is applied to the botto

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    EQUIPMENT

    • TSB #14-01-021

      NHTSA ID #10059711

      • Date Announced: MAY 28 2014
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

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    EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL

    • TSB #5NP-V3F8T-09

      NHTSA ID #10117373

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 03 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: If you are servicing a vehicle with the DTC or symptoms listed below, refer to the Service Procedure to diagnose the condition. ? Diagnostic trouble codes: ? P0705 - Range switch sensor circuit ? P0706 - Range switch range/performance

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    EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE

    • TSB #5NP-P5G8M-03

      NHTSA ID #10110921

      • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 27 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: The MDPS (motor driven power steering) assembly contains a flexible rubber coupling which may wear over time resulting in a slight "clicking" or "thud" type noise when turning the steering wheel. This bulletin describes the service proced

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