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* Circuit Testing (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Circuit



Testing/Circuit Testing)



* Connector Repairs (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic



Procedures/Connector Repairs/Connector Repairs)



* Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General



Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Circuit Testing/Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections)



* Wiring Repairs (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Wiring



Repairs/Wiring Repairs)



Description and Operation



Transmission Component and System Description (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic Transmission/Transaxle/Description and



Operation/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission/Transmission Component and System Description)



DTC Type Reference



Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Type Definitions (See: Diagnostic Trouble Code Descriptions/Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code



(DTC) Type Definitions)



Scan Tool Reference



Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning)



Circuit/System Verification



1. Ensure the transmission fluid temperature is between 50-80掳C (122-176掳F).



2. Operate the vehicle in 2nd gear long enough to ensure at least a 3掳C (5掳F) rise in transmission fluid temperature, then operate the vehicle in



Park for 5 s.



3. Observe the scan tool Brake Band Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Current parameter. The reading should be between 0.1-1.1 A.



Circuit/System Testing



Command the Shift Brake Pressure Control Solenoid Valve with a scan tool. The value should change from 0.0-1.0 A.



If the value does not change, turn ignition OFF, remove the K71 Transmission Control Module. Connect a test lamp between the low reference



circuit terminal 16 X2 at the K71 Transmission Control Module and the voltage supply component circuit terminal 21 X2 at the K71 Transmission



Control Module. Command the Shift Brake Pressure Control Solenoid Valve with a scan tool. The test lamp has to illuminate brighter with



increasing current.



If the test lamp always illuminates or always does not illuminate, replace the K71 Transmission Control Module.



Component Testing



Static Test



1. Ignition OFF, remove the K71 Transmission Control Module.



2. Test for 5-5.6 ohm at 20掳C (68掳F) between the low reference circuit terminal 16 X2 and the voltage supply circuit terminal 21 X2.



瀚慖f less than the specified range, test the wiring harness for internal short. If the circuit test normal, replace the Q27E Pressure Control



Solenoid Valve 5.



3. Test for infinite resistance between each terminal and the low reference circuit terminal 16 X2 and also to the voltage supply circuit terminal



21 X2.



瀚慖f less than the specified range, replace the wiring harness.



4. If all circuit test normal, perform the Control Solenoid Valve Inspection (M36 and MXE) (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission).



瀚慖f the inspection tests normal, replace the control valve body.



Repair Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification (See: Verification Tests) after completing the diagnostic procedure.



* Control valve body replacement-Refer to Control Valve Body Replacement (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Valve Body/Service and Repair/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission/Control Valve Body Replacement).



* TCM-Refer to Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning).



* Wiring harness-Refer to Automatic Transmission Wiring Harness Replacement (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Wiring Harness/Service and Repair).



6T70/6T75 - Automatic Transmission

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Component Connector End Views (See: Diagrams/Connector Views/Connector End Views By Name)



Electrical Information Reference



* Circuit Testing (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Circuit



Testing/Circuit Testing)



* Connector Repairs (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic



Procedures/Connector Repairs/Connector Repairs)



* Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General



Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Circuit Testing/Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections)



* Wiring Repairs (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Wiring



Repairs/Wiring Repairs)



Description and Operation



Transmission Component and System Description (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic Transmission/Transaxle/Description and



Operation/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission/Transmission Component and System Description)



DTC Type Reference



Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Type Definitions (See: Diagnostic Trouble Code Descriptions/Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code



(DTC) Type Definitions)



Scan Tool Reference



Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning) for scan tool information



Circuit/System Verification



1. Ensure the transmission fluid temperature is between 50-80掳C (122-176掳F).



2. Operate the vehicle in 2nd gear long enough to ensure at least a 3掳C (5掳F) rise in transmission fluid temperature, then operate the vehicle in



Park for 5 s.



3. Observe the scan tool Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Valve 3 Current parameter. The reading should be between 0.1-1.1 A.



Circuit/System Testing



Command the Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Valve 3 with a scan tool. The value should change from 0.0-1.0 A.



If the value does not change, turn ignition OFF, remove the K71 Transmission Control Module. Connect a test lamp between the low reference



circuit terminal 22 X2 at the K71 Transmission Control Module and the voltage supply component circuit terminal 14 X2 at the K71 Transmission



Control Module. Command the Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Valve 3 with a scan tool. The test lamp has to illuminate brighter with increasing



current.



If the test lamp always illuminate or always does not illuminate, replace the K71 Transmission Control Module.



Component Testing



Static Test



1. Ignition OFF, remove the K71 Transmission Control Module.



2. Test for 5-5.6 ohm at 20掳C (68掳F) between the low reference circuit terminal 22 X2 and the voltage supply circuit terminal 14 X2.



瀚慖f less than the specified range, test the wiring harness for internal short. If the circuit test normal, replace the Q27C Pressure Control



Solenoid Valve 3.



3. Test for infinite resistance between each terminal and the low reference circuit terminal 22 X2 and also to the voltage supply circuit terminal



14 X2.



瀚慖f less than the specified range, replace the wiring harness.



4. If all circuit test normal, perform the control solenoid valve inspection. Refer to Control Solenoid Valve Inspection (M36 and MXE) (See:



Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic Transmission/Transaxle/Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/AF40-6 -



Automatic Transmission).



瀚慖f the inspection test normal, replace the control valve body.



Repair Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification (See: Verification Tests) after completing the diagnostic procedure.



* Control valve body replacement-Refer to Control Valve Body Replacement (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Valve Body/Service and Repair/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission/Control Valve Body Replacement).



* TCM-Refer to Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning).



* Perform the Transmission Adaptive Functions (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic Transmission/Transaxle/Description and

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4. With the S87 fuel economy mode switch button depressed, test for 486-538 ohm between 5 V reference voltage circuit terminal 9 and ground



circuit terminal 2 of the S87 fuel economy mode switch.



瀚慖f not within the specified range, replace the S87 fuel economy mode switch.



Repair Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification (See: Verification Tests) after completing the diagnostic procedure.



Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning)for ECM replacement, setup and programming



P160D



DTC P0602-P0606, P0610, P0614, P0630, P06D1, P160D, P160E, P161C, or P2610 (ECM, LAU/LBW)



Diagnostic Instructions



* Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Diagnostic System



Check - Vehicle) prior to using this diagnostic procedure.



* Review Strategy Based Diagnosis (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Strategy Based Diagnosis) for an



overview of the diagnostic approach.



* Diagnostic Procedure Instructions (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Diagnostic Procedure



Instructions) provides an overview of each diagnostic category.



DTC Descriptors



DTC P0602



- Control Module Not Programmed



DTC P0603



- Control Module Long Term Memory Reset



DTC P0604



- Control Module Random Access Memory Performance



DTC P0605



- Control Module Programming Read Only Memory Performance



DTC P0606



- Control Module Processor Performance



DTC P0610



- Control Module Vehicle Options Incorrect



DTC P0614



- Engine Control Module/Transmission Control Module Programming Not Plausible



DTC P0630



- VIN Not Programmed or Mismatched - Engine Control Module (ECM)



DTC P06D1



- Control Module Ignition Coil System Circuitry Performance



DTC P160D



- Incorrect Engine Calibration Detected



DTC P160E



- Engine Calibration Monitoring Not Programmed



DTC P161C



- Tire Size Not Programmed



DTC P2610



- Control Module Ignition Off Timer Performance



Circuit/System Description



This diagnostic applies to internal microprocessor integrity conditions within the engine control module (ECM). This diagnostic also addresses if



the ECM is not programmed, or is programmed incorrectly.

2010 Cadillac Truck SRX AWD V6-2.8L Turbo Technical Service Bulletin # 07-03-16-004C Date: 100426

2010 Cadillac Truck SRX AWD V6-2.8L Turbo Technical Service Bulletin # 07-03-16-004C Date: 100426



Tire Pressure Monitor - TPM System Overview



INFORMATION



Bulletin No.: 07-03-16-004C



Date: April 26, 2010



Subject: TPM System Overview, Diagnosing Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPM) Concerns and TPM Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)



Models:



2007 Buick Lucerne, Rainier



2006-2007 Cadillac DTS, Escalade Models



2007 Cadillac SRX



2006-2007 Chevrolet Avalanche, Impala, Monte Carlo, Suburban, Tahoe



2007 Chevrolet Equinox, Silverado, TrailBlazer



2006-2007 GMC Yukon Models



2007 GMC Acadia, Envoy, Sierra



2007 Pontiac Torrent



2007 Saturn AURA, OUTLOOK



2007-2009 Saab 9-7X



2008-2010 Saturn Models (except ASTRA)



2008-2010 HUMMER H2, H3



2008-2011 GM Passenger Cars and Trucks



Attention:



The information found in this bulletin is designed to be a single source for the majority of questions you may have about the Tire Pressure



Monitoring (TPM) Systems found on General Motors Vehicles. While comprehensive, the bulletin is divided into sections, so after reviewing the



whole document, you can reference just the section you need when further questions arise. A copy of this information may also be given to your



customer as the "FAQs" section is written to assist you in explaining the most common misconceptions about the system in an easy to understand



way. This bulletin does not apply to the Saturn Astra and does not apply to vehicles in Canada that are not equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring.



Supercede:



This bulletin is being revised to add the 2011 model year. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 07-03-16-004B (Section 03 - Suspension).



Customer Concerns and Confusion



When a customer comments on a condition related to tire pressure monitoring, it is very important to distinguish between Check Tire Pressure /



Low Tire Pressure conditions and Service Tire Monitor system issues. Understanding the difference between the two distinct conditions will help



you distinguish between normal system operation (tire needs air) and a system malfunction.



There are two important differences between a Check Tire Pressure / Low Tire Pressure message/light and a Service Tire Monitor message



light:



- A Check Tire Pressure / Low Tire Pressure message/light will stay on solid and no system codes are set. The TPM system is operating as



designed. Correcting the tire pressure will resolve the issue.



- A Service Tire Monitor message/light will blink and system codes WILL set. There is a condition that should be diagnosed and corrected.



Tire Pressure Light



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Service Tire Monitor System (light blinks, then stays on)



The Tire Pressure Light will blink for about one minute and a Service Tire Monitor message will be displayed when a system malfunction occurs.



For example: If one or more tire pressure sensors does not transmit information for 18 minutes of driving, the TPM system WILL set a code,



display a message, and BLINK the light for about a minute, after which the light will stay on solid for the remainder of the ignition cycle. If the



system fault is intermittent, the message/light may also be intermittent - on during some ignition cycles, off during others.



Low Tire Pressure Warning (light stays on solid)



If the TPM system detects a tire pressure below the threshold, the Check Tire Pressure message and the Tire Pressure Light will come on and stay



on. The message and light may be intermittent in nature, especially during cold weather.



Conditions That Will Cause the Low Tire Pressure Warning Message/Light to Display:



- The tire may have picked up a road hazard and/or have a slow leak.



- The tire pressure may not have been checked in the past six months.



- The air pressure in a cold tire may be at the pressure where the system is required to warn the driver. However, that same tire will rise in



temperature and pressure as the customer drives, causing the message and light to go out.



- The tires may have been rotated, pressures adjusted, and the new tire positions were NOT re-learned into the vehicle. This can occur on



vehicles that have two different placard pressures for front and rear tires.



- There may be a slow leak in one of the wheel and tire assemblies (Valve Stem, Wheel Rim, or Aluminum Wheel Porosity Leak). If this



condition is found, please refer to bulletin:



- #05-03-10-003F - Low Tire Pressure, Leaking Cast Aluminum Wheels (Repair with Adhesive Sealant)



- #04-03-10-001F - Info - Tire Puncture Repair Procedures for all Cars and Light Duty Trucks



The Effect of Outside Temperatures on Tire Pressures



Important



As a rule of thumb, tire pressure will change about 7 kPa (1 psi) for every 6掳C (10掳F) decrease in temperature - dropping when it gets



colder outside, rising when it gets warmer.



Tire pressure should be set to the specified placard pressure at the lowest seasonal temperature the vehicle will encounter during



operation.



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The correct action to avoid a Check Tire Pressure message due to extreme temperature changes is to do the following:



- Use an accurate, high quality tire pressure gauge.



- Re-learn the TPM sensors and adjust the tire pressure to the placard values after every tire rotation.



- Let the vehicle sit and adjust the tire pressure to the specified value when the tire temperature is at the lowest expected temperature.



- Never set the tire pressure below the placard value regardless of tire temperature or ambient temperature.



Important



On extremely cold days, if setting the tire pressure when the vehicle has been indoors, it may be necessary to compensate for the low



outside temperature by adding 21-27 kPa (3-4 psi) more than the placard pressure. At some later time, when convenient and when the tires



are cold (outdoors), the pressure should be re-checked and adjusted to the placard pressures if necessary.



Using the TPM Tool



TPM Tool J 46079 Software Updates and Hardware Update Kit



The J 46079 TPM tool is a valuable aid in diagnosing system faults with TPM systems. It is a software-driven tool that REQUIRES periodic



updates in order to work on new model cars and trucks. Failure to update the tool with the latest software version may result in possible



misdiagnosis.



TPM Software Version 3.5 has recently been shipped to each GM dealership in the J 46079-30 TPM update kit. All future TPM software updates



will be posted in GM DealerWorld (U.S) or the GMinfoNET (Canada) as needed. Under the Support tab, access "TPM Downloads."



This update consists of two parts:



- A hardware update kit that consists of a custom rechargeable battery pack, battery cover with charging terminals, and a charging cradle with



a smart charger where the whole tool will fit into the cradle for charging (same concept as a cordless phone). This hardware update



substantially increases the life of the batteries and will assure that the TPM Tester always has full battery capacity.



- The software update will add new vehicles and also improve the speed of the tool's read-back ability and accuracy.



Sensor transmission signal strength is displayed in the upper left corner of the main display next to the tool's battery level display. When the tool is



used in both activate or scan mode, it will receive the sensor's transmission and indicate its signal strength. It is important to note the sensor's



transmission signal strength since it is a good indication of an accurate diagnostic.



TPM Tool J 46079 User Tips



Diagnostic Tip



The placement of the TPM Tester's antenna when activating a sensor is critical, especially with the latest software update. When activating a sensor,



the antenna tip of the TPM Test J 46079 must be placed on the sidewall, perpendicular to the tire, and close to the valve stem (see photo above).



This will assure proper activation of the sensor. If the antenna of the TPM Tester is placed either on the valve stem or on the wheel itself, the tool



may not properly activate the sensor, causing improper diagnosis.



Diagnostic Tip



If you encounter a sensor that does not respond when activated by the tool, try activating another sensor that responded previously. This will help



you determine if the tool is able to activate the sensor or if you have a problem with one particular sensor.



Diagnostic Tip



When using the tool during a sensor learn procedure, use the "Activate" soft key on the tool. Press the key for one second then release and the tool



will perform an LF (low frequency - 125 kHz) activation cycle. You do not have to hold the key until the vehicle acknowledges. Holding the key



will just reduce battery life. The LF activation of the sensors wakes them up and forces them to transmit their IDs immediately. This allows a much



shorter sensor learn procedure than using the Delta P method.



Warranty Information



GM is very concerned about customer safety and tire performance. Anytime a customer brings a GM vehicle in for a tire or tire pressure monitoring



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concern, we encourage our dealers to perform a complete check of tire conditions, pressures, and the TPM system if necessary. Under normal



circumstances, the condition of tires, TPM reprogramming during tire rotation, road hazard repairs, and checking/maintaining tire pressure are the



responsibility of the vehicle owner. GM Dealers should encourage customers to inspect/check and maintain their tires and tire pressure on a regular



monthly basis.



The tires and the tire pressure monitoring system are covered by the vehicle bumper to bumper warranty for manufacturing defects. It is GM's



responsibility to perform repairs when a defect exists. If no defect exists, the customer should be responsible for the tire/system check.



GM does not cover the normal inspection and maintenance of tires and tire pressure. The use of this labor operation E0716 is intended to identify



system defects and verify proper operation.



Warranty Information (excluding Saab U.S. Models)



E0716 - Diagnostic System Check - Tire Pressure Monitoring This labor operation should be used to check proper TPM system operation when



a customer brings their vehicle into the dealership with a Service Tire Monitor System message/light (blinks on startup, codes in system).



If a customer comments on a Check Tire Pressure / Low Tire Pressure message/light (light was on steady - no flashing), the tires should simply be



inflated to the proper pressure - this is not a warrantable repair.



E0719 - Washer, Lower Tire Pressure Warning Sensor Replacement This labor operation should be used whenever the rubber grommet is



replaced.



E0722 - Tire Pressure Indicator Sensor Replacement This labor operation should only be used when a System Malfunction has been confirmed



(by labor operation E0716) and the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) corresponds to a Sensor Fault (DTCs C0750, C0755, C0760 and C0765).



For vehicles repaired under warranty, use:



Warranty Information (Saab U.S. Models)



For vehicles repaired under warranty, use the table above.



Disclaimer



TMP Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



TPM Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



The following are some of the most asked questions:



Q: What is a Tire Pressure Monitoring System?



A: The TPM system consists of four sensors (one in each wheel), which transmit wireless (RF) signals to a vehicle receiver (typically, the same



receiver that performs the keyless entry function), the Low Tire telltale, and the Driver Information Center (if equipped).



Q: Do all Vehicles Have Tire Pressure Monitoring?



A: Starting with the 2008 MY, all GM vehicles sold in the United States are equipped with tire pressure monitoring, to meet the mandates of



FMVSS 138. Some vehicles built prior to the 2008 model year or sold in Canada have tire pressure monitoring; check vehicle build and RPO



information to be sure.



Q: What does the Low Tire Telltale Look Like?



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A: The Low Tire telltale is a yellow telltale that looks like an exclamation point inside of a horseshoe:



Q: When does the Low Tire Telltale Come On?



A: The Low Tire telltale MUST come on when a tire's pressure drops to 75% of the Recommended Cold Inflation pressure (the pressure value



printed on the vehicle placard - the yellow and white sticker in the driver door opening.)



There are several events that may cause a Low Tire warning:



- The tire may have picked up a road hazard and/or have a slow leak.



- The tire pressure may not have been checked in the past six months.



- The air pressure in a cold tire may be at the pressure where the system is required to warn the driver. However, that same tire will rise in



temperature and pressure as the customer drives, causing the message and light to go out.



- On vehicles where a different placard pressure is required between the front and the rear axles, the tires may have been rotated, pressures



adjusted, and the new tire positions were NOT re-learned into the vehicle.



- There may be a slow leak in one of the wheel and tire assemblies (Valve Stem, Wheel Rim, or Aluminum Wheel Porosity Leak). If this



condition is found, please refer to bulletin:



- #05-03-10-003E - Low Tire Pressure, Leaking Cast Aluminum Wheels (Repair with Adhesive Sealant)



- #04-03-10-001E - Info - Tire Puncture Repair Procedures for all Cars and Light Duty Trucks



Q: What does the TPMS Malfunction Warning Look Like?



A: The TPMS Malfunction indicator uses the same telltale as the Low Tire warning. The telltale will flash for the first 60 seconds of a KEY ON



event, and then go on solid.



Q: How can I tell the difference between a Low Tire and a system malfunction?



A:



- A Low Tire telltale will be on solid immediately after KEY ON, and will be accompanied by a CHECK TIRE PRESSURE message in the



Driver Information Center (if equipped).



- A system malfunction causes the telltale to flash for the first 60 seconds of a KEY ON event, and then go solid.



Tip



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These behaviors repeat at each KEY ON cycle. The best way to diagnose the vehicle (if you're not sure which warning is being displayed) is



to KEY OFF and KEY ON again while watching the telltale and DIC messages.



Q: When are Diagnostic Trouble Codes Reported?



A: DTC's are reported ONLY when there is a system malfunction (flashing telltale). When a Low Tire (solid telltale) is displayed, that means that



the system is working exactly as it's designed to do - since there's no malfunction, there is no need for a DTC.



Q: What service is needed if the Low Tire telltale is on?



A: When a vehicle comes in with a Low Tire warning, the tires should be checked for any leaks or damage (from road hazards). After those have



been repaired (or if none are found), the tires should be inflated to the pressure shown on the Vehicle Placard - the yellow and white sticker in the



driver door opening. It is not necessary to relearn the sensors after correcting the pressure.



Q: Can Tire Pressure Monitoring be turned off?



A: Tire Pressure Monitoring is now a mandated safety system in the United States and cannot knowingly be disabled by an OEM nor an



aftermarket service provider (49 USC 30101).



Q: Can the Tire Type and/or Placard Value be changed, if aftermarket tires or wheels are installed?



A: The Tire Type (P Metric, LT Load Range C/D/E) and the Placard Value (Front Placard and Rear Placard, individually) are stored in the receiver



as calibrations and CAN be revised at a GM Dealership with a Tech 2. (The RCDLR Setup screens allow this.) Since the under-inflation threshold



is calculated as a percentage of the placard; correcting the placard values when different tires are installed will bring the vehicle back into



compliance.



Q: What is Sensor Learning (Sensor Re-Learning, Sensor Training, Sensor Matching)?



A: Each sensor has its own unique identification code (ID) that is transmitted as part of its wireless signal. The receiver stores and uses these IDs



to determine which sensors are installed on the vehicle, and in which corner of the vehicle the sensor resides in (so that both the pressure



information provided in the Driver Information Center and the diagnostics are correct). Sensor Learning is the process that puts sensor ID



information into the receiver.



Q: When is Sensor Learning required?



A: Sensor Learning should be done when the vehicle's tires are rotated (since sensor position on the vehicle has changed) or when a sensor is



replaced/a new sensor is installed (since a new ID has been introduced to the vehicle). Sensor Learning is not required when simply correcting the



tire pressure resolves the vehicle problem.



Q: Why are dashes (" - - "), or a pressure value of 148 PSI (1020 kPa), sometimes displayed after a battery disconnect?



A: These displays come up after a battery disconnect/reconnect because the system is waiting for updated pressure information to be sent from the



tire pressure sensors. As each sensor transmits its information, the display is updated appropriately. Note that when dashes or 148 PSI (1020 kPa)



are displayed after a battery disconnect/reconnect, the System Malfunction warning is NOT displayed - because the system is still working



properly, and simply waiting for updated information from the sensors. Driving the vehicle above 20 mph (32 km/h) for 2 minutes gets the sensors



talking, and restores the correct pressure values to the display. It is also possible to restore the values by using the J-46079 TPM tool, using the



"Activate" function at each tire to activate the sensor (it is NOT necessary to put the system into Learn mode, in this special case).



Q: Is there a sensor installed in the spare tire?



A: No - a sensor is not installed in the spare tire.



Q: Are all of the sensors the same?



A: All of the sensors are not the same. They are supplied by different manufacturers, and send different RF signals to the vehicle. SOME of the



sensors are interchangeable, though - while they may look different, they DO send the same RF signal to the vehicle and MAY be used in place of



one another on a vehicle. See the Sensor Information Guide for more details about which parts are interchangeable.



Q: What size is the sensor nut?



A: The sensor uses an 11 mm hex nut for attachment.



Q: Will a tire pressure sensor fit in every wheel?



A: GM wheels (including Accessory Wheels available from GM SPO) are designed to accommodate tire pressure sensors. Many aftermarket



wheels also accommodate tire pressure sensors, but not all do. In some, the valve stem hole is placed in such a way (pointing straight into the



middle of the wheel, for example) that the motion detection components inside the sensor will not work correctly.



Q: Can the valve core be replaced?



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A: The valve core can and should be replaced if it is removed from the sensor, but the replacement part depends on the material of the valve stem



(Refer to Service Bulletin # 08-03-10-005). Sensors with a rubber valve stem may use a standard brass valve core for replacement. Sensors with an



aluminum valve stem CANNOT use a brass core; instead, they require a nickel-plated valve core to protect against the corrosion that forms when



dissimilar metals come in contact. See the service parts guide for the correct GM part numbers to order and use.



Q: Can the grommet (and washer) be replaced?



A: The grommet (and washer) can and should be replaced if the sensor is removed from the wheel. The rubber grommet provides the air seal in the



valve stem opening, and a new one should be used to ensure a fresh seal after each service. See the service parts guide for the correct GM part



numbers to order and use.



Q: Can the rubber valve stem be replaced by itself?



A: The rubber valve stem is attached to the sensor electronics by a TORX screw. The valve can and should be replaced whenever the sensor is



removed from the wheel. See the service parts guide for the correct GM part numbers to use.



Q: Can the sensor be cleaned with a sharp pin?



A: NEVER use a sharp object to clean the pressure port of the sensor; it can be damaged and lead to part failure. If the dirt/grime/obstruction



cannot be removed with a cloth, replace the sensor.



Q: How long will the sensor's battery work?



A: The sensor is designed to last for 10 years or 150,000 miles (240,000 kilometers).



Q: Are tire pressure sensors compatible with aftermarket tire sealants?



A: Tire pressure sensors are not compatible with commercially-available tire sealants. Tire sealant materials can clog the pressure port of the



sensor, and lead to inaccurate pressure readings and improper Low Tire warnings. Additionally, some sealant products use materials that can



degrade the protective potting material that covers the sensor's electronics.



Q: Are tire pressure sensors compatible with GM Inflator Kits?



A: While tire pressure sensors are NOT compatible with commercially-available sealants, they HAVE been tested and ARE compatible with GM



Inflator Kits and the sealant that they use. After inflator kit use, the sensor should be inspected for any damage, and replaced/cleaned as needed.



Q: Are tire pressure sensors compatible with nitrogen inflation?



A: Tire pressure sensors are compatible with nitrogen inflation (normal air is already 78% nitrogen).



Q: How do changing outside temperatures affect tire pressure?



A: All gases change pressure as their temperature changes, and air or nitrogen are no exceptions. A good rule of thumb is that tire pressure will



change by about 1 psi (7 kPa) when temperature changes by 10掳 F (6掳C). Customers may experience this as temperatures change from summer to



fall and into winter - tire pressures will drop as the outside temperature gets colder. Customers may also experience this as temperatures change



between mid-day and overnight.



Q: How should tire pressures be set at PDI?



A: Tire pressure should be set to the specified placard pressure at the lowest seasonal temperature the vehicle will see during operation. The correct



action to avoid a CHECK TIRE PRESSURE message due to extreme temperature changes is to: Use an accurate high quality tire pressure gauge.



Let the vehicle sit and adjust tire pressure to the specified value when tire temperature is at the lowest expected temperature. Never set tire pressure



below the placard value regardless of tire temperature or ambient temperature On extremely cold days, if setting tire pressure when the vehicle has



been indoors, it may be necessary to compensate for the low external temperature by adding 3-4 psi (21-27 kPa) more than the placard pressure.



When convenient, at some later time, when the tires are cold (outdoors), the pressure should be re-checked and adjusted to placard if necessary.



Q: When will the J-46079 tool be updated?



A: TPM Software Version 3.5 has recently been shipped to each GM dealership in the J 46079-30 TPM update kit. This update consists of two



parts:



- A hardware update kit which consists of a custom rechargeable battery pack, battery cover with charging terminals, and a charging cradle



with a smart charger where the whole tool will fit into the cradle for charging (same concept as a cordless phone). This hardware update



substantially increases the life of the batteries and will assure that the TPM Tester always has full battery capacity.



- The software update will add new vehicles and also improve the speed of the tool's read-back ability and accuracy. Sensor transmission



signal strength is displayed in the upper left corner of the main display next to the tool's battery level display. When the tool is used in both



activate or scan mode, it will receive the sensor's transmission and indicate its signal strength. It is important to note the sensor's transmission



signal strength since it is a good indication of an accurate diagnostic.



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Q: Where should the J-46079 tool be positioned when it is being used?



A: Tool User Tip: The placement of the TPM Tester's antenna when activating a sensor is critical, especially with the latest software update. When



activating a sensor, the antenna tip of the TPM Test J 46079 must be placed on the sidewall, perpendicular to the tire, and close to the valve stem.



This will assure proper activation of the sensor. If the antenna of the TPM Tester is placed either on the valve stem or on the wheel itself, the tool



may not properly activate the sensor, causing improper diagnosis.

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4. Install the fuse that supplies B+ to terminal 56-X2 of the ECM.



5. Ignition ON, test for greater than 4.8 V between the 5-volt reference circuit terminal 3 and the low reference circuit terminal 1.



瀚慖f less than the specified value, test for an open/high resistance in the 5-volt reference circuit. If the circuits/connections test normal,



replace the ECM.



6. Test for 4.8-5.2 V between the signal circuit terminal 2 and ground.



瀚慖f the voltage is greater than specified range, test for a short to voltage in the signal circuit. If circuit/connections test normal, replace the



ECM.



瀚慖f the voltage is less than the specified range, test for a short to ground or an open/high resistance in the signal circuit. If



circuit/connections test normal, replace the ECM.



7. If all circuits/connections test normal, test or replace the crankshaft position sensor.



Repair Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification (See: Verification Tests) after completing the diagnostic procedure.



* Crankshaft Position Sensor Replacement (See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control Systems/Crankshaft Position



Sensor/Service and Repair)



* Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning) for engine control module replacement, setup, and



programming



P0336



DTC P0335, P0336, or P0338 (LAU)



Diagnostic Instructions



* Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Diagnostic System



Check - Vehicle) prior to using this diagnostic procedure.



* Review Strategy Based Diagnosis (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Strategy Based Diagnosis) for an



overview of the diagnostic approach.



* Diagnostic Procedure Instructions (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Diagnostic Procedure



Instructions) provides an overview of each diagnostic category.



DTC Descriptors



DTC P0335



- Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit



DTC P0336



- Crankshaft Position Sensor Performance



DTC P0338



- Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit High Duty Cycle



Diagnostic Fault Information



Circuit/System Description



The crankshaft position sensor is located on the rear of bank 1 of the engine block. The crankshaft position sensor is a hall effect switch that works



in conjunction with a 58X reluctor wheel that is attached to the crankshaft. Each tooth on the reluctor wheel is spaced 6 degrees apart with one span



having a 12 degree space. The engine control module (ECM) uses the 12 degree space to determine top dead center (TDC) for cylinders 1 and 4.



The ECM determines when cylinder 1 is on the compression stroke by monitoring the crankshaft position sensor and the camshaft position sensors.



The ECM can synchronize the ignition timing, fuel injector timing, and spark knock control based on the crankshaft position sensor and the



camshaft position sensor inputs.



Conditions for Running the DTC

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Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Type Definitions (See: Diagnostic Trouble Code Descriptions/Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code



(DTC) Type Definitions)



Scan Tool Reference



Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning) for scan tool information



Circuit/System Verification



1. Ensure the transmission fluid temperature is between 50-80掳C (122-176掳F).



2. Operate the vehicle in 2nd gear long enough to ensure at least a 3掳C (5掳F) rise in transmission fluid temperature, then operate the vehicle in



Park for 5 s.



3. Observe the scan tool Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Valve 1 Current parameter, the reading should be between 0.1-1.1 A.



Circuit/System Testing



Command the Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Valve 1 with a scan tool. The value should change from 0.0-1.0 A.



If the value does not change, turn ignition OFF, remove the K71 Transmission Control Module. Connect a test lamp between the low reference



circuit terminal 10 X2 at the K71 Transmission Control Module and the voltage supply component circuit terminal 11 X2 at the K71 Transmission



Control Module. Command the Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Valve 1 with a scan tool. The test lamp has to illuminate brighter with increasing



current.



If the test lamp always illuminate or always does not illuminate, replace the K71 Transmission Control Module.



Component Testing



Static Test



1. Ignition OFF, remove the K71 Transmission Control Module.



2. Test for 5-5.6 ohm at 20掳C (68掳F) between the low reference circuit terminal 10 X2 and the voltage supply circuit terminal 11 X2.



瀚慖f less than the specified range, test the wiring harness for internal short. If the circuit test normal, replace the Q27A Pressure Control



Solenoid Valve 1.



3. Test for infinite resistance between each terminal and the low reference circuit terminal 10 X2 and also to the voltage supply circuit terminal



11 X2.



瀚慖f less than the specified range, replace the wiring harness.



4. If all circuit test normal, perform the Control Solenoid Valve Inspection (M36 and MXE) (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission).



瀚慖f the inspection test normal, replace the control valve body.



Repair Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification (See: Verification Tests) after completing the diagnostic procedure.



* Control valve body replacement-Refer to Control Valve Body Replacement (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Valve Body/Service and Repair/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission/Control Valve Body Replacement) for



replacement, setup and programming.



* TCM-Refer to Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning) for replacement, setup and



programming.



* Perform the Transmission Adaptive Functions (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic Transmission/Transaxle/Description and



Operation/AF40-6 - Automatic Transmission/Transmission Adaptive Functions).



* Wiring harness-Refer to Automatic Transmission Wiring Harness Replacement (See: Transmission and Drivetrain/Automatic



Transmission/Transaxle/Wiring Harness/Service and Repair) for replacement.



P0780



DTC P0780



Diagnostic Instructions



* Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Diagnostic System



Check - Vehicle) prior to using this diagnostic procedure.



* Review Strategy Based Diagnosis (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Strategy Based Diagnosis) for an



overview of the diagnostic approach.



* Diagnostic Procedure Instructions (See: Testing and Inspection/Initial Inspection and Diagnostic Overview/Diagnostic Procedure



Instructions) provides an overview of each diagnostic category.

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Engine Controls Schematics (LAU) (See: Diagrams/Electrical Diagrams/Powertrain Management/System Diagram)Engine Controls Schematics



(LF1) (See: Diagrams/Electrical Diagrams/Powertrain Management/System Diagram)



Connector End View Reference



Component Connector End Views (See: Diagrams/Connector Views/Connector End Views By Name)



Electrical Information Reference



* Circuit Testing (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Circuit



Testing/Circuit Testing)



* Connector Repairs (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic



Procedures/Connector Repairs/Connector Repairs)



* Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General



Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Circuit Testing/Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections)



* Wiring Repairs (See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/General Electrical Diagnostic Procedures/Wiring



Repairs/Wiring Repairs)



DTC Type Reference



Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Type Definitions (See: Diagnostic Trouble Code Descriptions/Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Code



(DTC) Type Definitions)



Scan Tool Reference



Control Module References (See: Testing and Inspection/Programming and Relearning) for scan tool information



Circuit/System Verification



1. Ignition ON, observe the DTC information with a scan tool. DTC P0641, P0642, P0643, P0651, P0652, P0653, P0697, P0698, or P0699



should not set.



2. Observe the appropriate scan tool 5 V Reference 1, 2, or 3 Circuit Status parameter. The parameter should display OK.



3. Operate the vehicle within the Conditions for Running the DTC to verify the DTC does not reset. You may also operate the vehicle within the



conditions that you observed from the Freeze Frame/Failure Records data.



Circuit/System Testing



Note: Additional DTCs will set when disconnecting the components.



1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector of all appropriate sensors for the applicable DTC. Refer to Diagnostic Aids.



2. Ignition ON, test for 4.8-5.2 V between one of the affected 5 V reference circuits and ground.



瀚慖f the voltage is less than the specified range, test for a short to ground on the 5 V reference circuit for each of the affected components. If



all circuits test normal, replace the K20 ECM.



瀚慖f the voltage is greater than the specified range, test for a short to voltage on the 5 V reference circuit for each of the affected



components. If all circuits test normal, replace the K20 ECM.



Note: A short to voltage on the signal circuit of certain components may cause this DTC to set.



3. Connect each component associated with the affected 5 V reference circuit one at a time while monitoring the appropriate scan tool 5 V



Reference Circuit Voltage parameter. Verify the voltage remains between 4.8-5.2 V.



瀚慖f not within the specified range when a component is connected, test the signal circuit of that component for a short to voltage. If the



circuit tests normal, replace the component.



Repair Instructions



Perform the Diagnostic Repair Verification (See: Verification Tests) after completing the diagnostic procedure.



* Accelerator Pedal with Position Sensor Assembly Replacement (See: Powertrain Management/Fuel Delivery and Air Induction/Accelerator



Pedal/Service and Repair/Accelerator Pedal with Position Sensor Assembly Replacement)



* Air Conditioning (A/C) Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Replacement (LF1) (See: Heating and Air Conditioning/Refrigerant Pressure Sensor /



Switch/Service and Repair)Air Conditioning (A/C) Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Replacement (LAU) (See: Heating and Air



Conditioning/Refrigerant Pressure Sensor / Switch/Service and Repair)



* Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 1 (Right Side) Intake (See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control



Systems/Camshaft Position Sensor/Service and Repair/Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 1 (Right Side) Intake)



* Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 1 (Right Side) Exhaust (See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control



Systems/Camshaft Position Sensor/Service and Repair/Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 1 (Right Side) Exhaust)



* Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 2 (Left Side) Intake (See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control



Systems/Camshaft Position Sensor/Service and Repair/Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 2 (Left Side) Intake)



* Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 2 (Left Side) Exhaust (See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control



Systems/Camshaft Position Sensor/Service and Repair/Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement - Bank 2 (Left Side) Exhaust)