You had at one time a engine oil Capacity chart for cars & trucks, do you still have one? I was not able to find one.
TechLink no longer publishes an oil capacity chart for all GM models. Oil capacities can be found in the Service Information under model/engine/engine mechanical/specifications.
A few years ago Techlink had a chart with all of the TPM sensor pt#’s , physical identification and frequencies. Is that chart still available?
A TPM sensor chart is not available on TechLink. Refer to the appropriate Service Information for details on the TPM system and sensors.
Regarding TMPS information. In addition to utilizing the most current service information and TSBs, the TPMS information pdfs (5 documents) resources requested by Gary, can be located by following the file path >GlobalConnect > Library >Technician Resources
Regarding information on the global connect Library and Technician resources. I do not find in the Library any link titled Technician Resources. Am I missing something? Thanks
Sorry to see you no longer publish an oil capacity chart. I have a hard time believing this would not benefit every technician in the field. I still reference the 2008 version I printed out years ago from the technician reference section. With less brands than in 2008, this should not be a hard task to accomplish.
I agree with Will, there should be no reason for not having one.
Better yet there should be a printable chart for all oil types and capacities, not to drop names but even Ford has those available…
What is the build date/break point for transmitters needing a scan tool to be programmed/no DIC option? SI does not state one and as far as I can see there is no way to know except to physically check the DIC for 2011 MY. Also, is it the same or is there one for TPM relearn needing a tool?
Up until the end of the 2010 MY, the pressure drop procedure could be used to relearn the TPM sensors (this allowed customers to do it themselves). The Service Information was changed in 2011 to indicate the use of the tool as the new design, which eliminated the pressure drop procedure, was being phased in throughout the 2011 MY (different models and different break points). By the start of the 2012 MY, all vehicles had the change implemented and the tool is required to relearn the TPM sensors. The most convenient way to relearn the TPM sensors is to use the tool for all model years.
Keep the info coming. Techlink is a very valuable resource. Thank you for keeping it up to date. I really like the new product articles like the recent one on the 2014 Impala.
Looking for the Techlink article from several years back on the new and improved Duramax fuel filter. It is a great resource to share with customers to upsell the AC Delco filters.
Go to the Previous TechLink website link, then click the Archives drop-down menu and select the December 2009 issue.
Service Information connector end view provides the information about the terminal part number. Where can we find the information about the part number of the terminated lead for Global A vehicle that requires repair?
For all major harnesses (body, IP, engine, chassis, forward lamp, and headliner), if the cavity is greater than 9 ways, a terminated lead is created. For everything less (8-ways or less), a pigtail is created and the terminated leads are not provided. If it is on a smaller harness, the recommended strategy is to replace unless it otherwise outlined in a bulletin. The part numbers can be found in the Service Information in the end views.
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