Originally Posted by Pugga
That's what I mean. My 2007 is long out of even the powertrain warranty. I don't know why they even bothered to put the 2005 and 2006 on the list. That's just a slap in the face.
It's not a recall... it could be a prelude to a recall depending on whether or not the Feds want it (and they will if it's a safety issue).
The TSB applies to all vehicles that it applies to, whether in warranty or not.
The purpose of the TSB is to guide the tech in troubleshooting....
"If the customer complains of this condition, we have found this to be a likely remedy"
It just happens that TSBs are free under warranty like any other work performed. A TSB is not a recall, and is not typically something done preemptively.
Now, this one?
What's next... TSB for excessive rain entering vehicle with window open during hurricane?