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    I would hope they would not install the old version. That would be crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    I would hope they would not install the old version. That would be crazy.
    The bulletin lists kits for the different cover vehicles, not the individual parts. New harness, sensors, and added covers is what's included. Still waiting on my kit to show up at my dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt19 View Post
    I had mine replaced today under this new coverage. It required multiple days as they didn't have the part in stock the first day.
    Externally it looks much different from before. I didn't attempt to remove it or anything, however. Here is a photo I took, showing the new design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma v e n View Post
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    It's not a scan tool setup procedure. It's an actual programming event requiring access to the GM SPS
    Does the tech need to know which serial# is on which side? I received my kit an will install it tomorrow. Going to take it in and want to make sure they are not going to have to tear it apart. I can just photo the numbers if I need to.

    Got my kit the other day. Cost a hair over $300. I've already had the main harness replaced so just going to sell that to recoup some cost.

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    Also, I see part # 84626011 is listed on the bag that has the sensor splash guards. Seems to be only a $20-30 part. Fort the guys that want to just buy the covers you could probably pick them up.
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    I installed my repair kit yesterday. I'm still getting the popup on start saying to service the system, but once I clear it, it no longer comes back while driving, which I suppose is good. I plan on taking into the dealer sometime next week to program the sensors but I hope things are not still messed up. I kind of hoped the error at least went away.

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    The error always goes away once you clear it and doesn't come back when driving - at least ours has always done that.
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    Been following this thread for a bit. Wasn't really sure about the loss of the display screen. Then came Saturdays rain, while I was driving Service Side Detection and Parking Assist, and my screen went out. Guess I'll have to talk to the dealer today. I know I'm over the 80k mark but under the 6yrs. You lose all function of the screen, luckily the steering wheel controls still work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MP81 View Post
    The error always goes away once you clear it and doesn't come back when driving - at least ours has always done that.
    This most recent time, before disabling the system in the radio, it kept popping up "Service side detection system" while driving.
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    Oh really? Most interesting!

    I don't think ours ever did that, except for when it was shorting out the harness and "restarting" everything.
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    Interestingly, the class-action case may be re-opened? www pacermonitor com/public/case/24563741/Hudson_et_al_v_General_Motors,_LLC

    I am not really too concerned, as mine was already fixed (for free) and has been working fine for the last couple weeks.

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