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File in Section:Bulletin No.:Service BulletinDate:07 - Transmission/Transaxle02-07-30-029ZMay, 2016INFORMATIONSubject:PQC Assembly Replacement Process – For Dealers Required to Contact PQC Prior toReplacing an Assembly (U.S. and Canada Only)Models:2010-2017 GM Passenger Cars and Light Duty Trucks (U.S. and Canada Only)Equipped with CNG, LPG or Gasoline Engine, Duramax Diesel Engine, Automatic orManual Transmission and/or Transfer Case, Including Front Wheel Drive and RearWheel Drive VehiclesAttention: The new PQC Required Dealer Cost Comparison Worksheets are found inGlobalConnect Departments Service Service Forms. The new forms are a webbased form to allow you to email the completed Cost Comparison Worksheets tothe PQC.This Bulletin has been revised to add 2017 Models, update the Attention statement, add afourth bullet to Service Agent Notification - Service Department Personnel Responsibility,add Step #8 to the PQC Inbound-Outbound Email Handling section, add a subsection with agraphic for Submit to PQC Instructions (Emailing Instructions for web-based .html files), adda subsection regarding Engine Replacement Concerns and emailing .jpg and Sound files tothe PQC in the PQC Process section and update the graphic showing the forms onGlobalConnect. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 02-07-30-029Y.Transaction, consistent with applicable law, toensure compliance with the applicable Policyand Procedure Manual.Service Agent Notification - ServiceDepartment Personnel ResponsibilityNotice: Most Service Agents are not required tocontact the PQC when REPAIRS are beingmade to the engine, transmission or transfercase assembly. All Service Agents are required to contact thePQC for any current restrictions or exchanges. Service Agents that are currently required tocontact the PQC for engine, transmission and/or transfer case assembly replacementauthorization, will be notified by aGlobalConnect message and by their RegionalRepresentative. Agreement from TAC or PQC with the Dealer’sassessment to replace an assembly does notconstitute final determination that thetransaction meets all of the requirements of theGM Policy and Procedure Manual relating toclaim submission and payment. GeneralMotors reserves the right to audit theCopyright 2016 General Motors LLC. All Rights Reserved.Table of Contents Determining Whether to Contact PQC– Part Restriction and Exchange Program– Customer Satisfaction– Service Agents Working With PCC (U.S. Only)PQC Process– PQC Inbound-Outbound Email Handling– Cost Comparison Worksheet for AssemblyRepair vs Replacement — Access/DownloadForms on GlobalConnect– Contacting/Calling PQC– Emailing PQC the Gas Engine AuthorizationEmail Form, Diesel Engine Authorization EmailForm and Automatic Transmission AuthorizationEmail Form with an Integral Cost ComparisonWorksheet for Assembly Repair vs Replacement

Page 2 May, 2016– Submit to PQC Instructions (EmailingInstructions for web-based .html files)– Engine Replacement Concerns —Emailing .jpgand Sound Files to the PQCGlobal Warranty Management TransactionSubmission — Record Retention — AssemblyReturn– Submitting Engine, Transmission or TransferCase Transactions into Global WarrantyManagement (GWM)– Known Product Issues and DMA, DM-CCSP orBrand Quality Manager Authorizations– Record Retention– Returning an Assembly to the Warranty PartsCenterDetermining Whether to Contact PQCService Agents can refer to GWM and select the: “ItemsNot Allowed” tab under: “Service Agent Profile” thenscroll right to view the date in order to determine if theService Agent is required to contact the PQC prior tounit replacement involving the following LaborOperations: 4067470 - Partial Engine Replacement 4067490 - Engine Replacement 4067510 - Engine Assembly Replacement 8464670 - Transmission Replacement 8441780 - Transmission Replacement 8421160 - Transfer Case Assembly Replacement If Service Agents have any questions concerningwhy they are required to call the PQC for assemblyreplacement authorization they should contact theirDistrict Manager Aftersales (DMA), in Canada theDistrict Manager-Customer Care and ServiceProcess (DM-CCSP). Service Agents that are required to contact thePQC, must do so PRIOR to any assemblyreplacement and BEFORE submitting the abovelabor operations in GWM.For more information on the PQC Process, see thePQC Process section in this Bulletin. For moreinformation on submitting Transactions, see theTransaction Submission and Assembly Returns sectionin this Bulletin.Part Restriction and Exchange ProgramAll Service Agents are required to contact the PQC forthe following components: Current parts restriction on the Allisontransmission. Current parts restriction on the Duramax dieselengine. Any component listed in a current parts restriction. A current assembly exchange program.The Service Department Personnel should review theapplicable documents related to the Part Restriction orExchange Program and be prepared to providediagnostic information.Bulletin No.: 02-07-30-029ZCustomer SatisfactionThere may be situations where an assembly can berepaired, but due to customer satisfaction reasons anassembly replacement should be considered. In thesecases the service department personnel should reviewthe concern with their DMA, in Canada the DM-CCSP.Service Agents required to contact the PQC must beprepared to provide diagnostic information as well as acompleted repair/replacement estimate portion of theCost Comparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vsReplacement. Service Agents required to contact thePQC, must advise the PQC when the DMA, in Canadathe DM-CCSP or the Brand Quality Manager (BQM)authorizes the replacement of an engine, transmissionor transfer case assembly for Customer Enthusiasmpurposes vs repair.Service Agents Working With PCC (UnitedStates Only)All Service Agents that are working with the PCC toreimburse Independent Service Centers (ISC) mustcontinue to follow the existing PCC processes.PQC ProcessPQC Inbound-Outbound Email HandlingDealers that are currently required to contact the PQCby calling them by phone prior to replacing anassembly, now have the ability to use the PQC emailaddress to email them the completed NEW web formswhich are: the Gas Engine, Diesel Engine andAutomatic Transmission Authorization Assembly andCost Comparison worksheet and are found inGlobalConnect under Service Forms.The following still applies prior to contacting the PQC:If diagnosis performed by the Service DepartmentPersonnel indicates a need for an engine, transmissionor transfer case assembly replacement, then ServiceAgents currently required to contact/call the PQC mustperform the following actions prior to replacement andbefore contacting the PQC:1. Complete the Calibration Verification Numberprocess as outlined in the latest version of:– Corporate Bulletin #14-06-04-003: IdentifyingNon-GM ECM Calibration Use and Power-upHardware Detection in Duramax Diesel EnginesUsing GDS 2– Corporate Bulletin #08-06-04-006 for Duramax Diesel Engines– Corporate Bulletin #09-06-04-026 for GasolineEngines/Transmissions2. For automatic transmissions only, perform atransmission fluid pressure test and a transmissioncooler flush and record the code.

Bulletin No.: 02-07-30-029ZMay, 20163. Document the Condition and Cause including anydiagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), symptoms, ScanTool Snapshots and any other useful informationobserved and recorded by the technician. Thetechnician must have detailed information requiredfor proper root cause analysis and productconcerns correction. This information is veryvaluable in ensuring that the replacementassemblies and current production parts help tocontinually improve GM products.4. Record the serial number of the failed assembly.5. Complete the: Cost Comparison Worksheet forAssembly Repair vs Replacement form for theappropriate assembly category.6. Complete the: Repair Estimate: ReplacementComponent Assembly Estimate: section of theform. Accurate repair vs replacement costestimates (include the markups) are ESSENTIALin order to eliminate a second call to the PQC.7. Have the Job Card number, VIN and the ServiceAgent BAC code ready when calling the PQCalong with a detailed Customer Concern.8. When the engine cannot be repaired, the PQCrequires that .jpg files (pictures) be emailed to thePQC showing why the engine cannot be repaireddue to extensive cylinder block damage. Also,when requesting an assembly replacement tocorrect a noise condition, Service Personnelshould be prepared to provide a 30 second Soundfile documenting the engine noise.Page 3We are requesting that all Service Technicians use thisopportunity to help GM Engineering understand howand why a given component has failed. For EngineeringPersonnel this is an opportunity to have direct andthorough feedback from the technician and thusimprove the reliability and durability of both OEM andGenuine GM Parts assemblies.Dealers can visit GlobalConnect and access theNEW web-based email form versions for thefollowing assembly categories: NEW – (email form version) [GAS ENGINEAUTHORIZATION] Cost Comparison Worksheetfor Assembly Repair vs Replacement NEW – (email form version) [DIESEL ENGINEAUTHORIZATION] Cost Comparison Worksheetfor Assembly Repair vs ReplacementNotice: Use this form for Automatic and ManualTransmissions and for Transfer cases. NEW – (email form version) [AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION AUTHORIZATION] CostComparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vsReplacement

Page 4May, 2016Bulletin No.: 02-07-30-029ZCost Comparison Worksheet for Assembly Repairvs Replacement — Access/Download Form onGlobalConnect4499399The graphic shown is a typical view in GlobalConnectof the Engine/Propulsion section with the BulletinNumbers and their associated forms.To access/download the forms perform the following:In the United States, Go to GlobalConnect Departments Service Service Forms Engine/Propulsion System Bulletin 02-07-30-029 CostComparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vsReplacement or Transmission/Transaxle Bulletin02-07-30-029 Cost Comparison Worksheet forAssembly Repair vs ReplacementIn Canada, Go to GlobalConnect ServiceDepartment Quick Links Service FormsThe Cost Comparison Worksheet (Microsoft Excelfiles) for Assembly Repair vs Replacement includesthe following five assembly categories in English orFrench: Gas Engine Form Diesel Engine Form Automatic Transmission Form Manual Transmission Form Transfer Case PTU FormEach assembly category form has an integrated RepairEstimate: Replacement Component AssemblyEstimate: worksheet that must be completed.Contacting/Calling PQCNotice: Call the PQC at 1-866-654-7654 PRIOR toreplacing the assembly. If the assembly replacement is not agreed to, thenproceed with repair of the assembly. If agreementon repairs cannot be reached, contact the DMA, inCanada the DM-CCSP for a final review ofthe case. If the engine, transmission or transfer caseassembly replacement is agreed to based oninformation provided by the Dealer ServicePersonnel, then proceed with the replacement. Besure to include the PQC case number and torecord the serial numbers of both the failedcomponent being removed and the replacementcomponent being installed. Further calls to thePQC are not necessary and the Transactioncan be submitted when ready.Once a determination to repair or replace has beenmade, further calls to the PQC are not necessary.The Transaction can be submitted when ready. ServiceAgents should not contact PQC to create aPre-Authorization, as this is no longer part of the PQCProcess. For details on how to submit Transactions,see the section titled: Global Warranty ManagementTransaction Submission — Record Retention —Assembly Return, in this Bulletin.

Bulletin No.: 02-07-30-029ZMay, 2016Page 5Emailing PQC the Gas Engine Authorization EmailForm, Diesel Engine Authorization Email Form andAutomatic Transmission Authorization Email Formwith an Integral Cost Comparison Worksheet forAssembly Repair vs ReplacementDealers that are currently required to contact the PQCby calling them by phone prior to replacing anassembly, now have the ability to email the completedGas Engine Authorization Email Form, Diesel EngineAuthorization Email Form and Automatic TransmissionAuthorization Email Form with an integral CostComparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vsReplacement (Microsoft Excel files or the web-based.html files) to the PQC at the following email address:PQC@gm.comSubmit to PQC Instructions (Emailing Instructionsfor web-based .html files)4502667Typical view of the emailing instructions containedwithin the web-based .html files.Engine Replacement Concerns —Emailing .jpg andSound Files to the PQCWhen the engine cannot be repaired, the PQCrequires that .jpg files (pictures) be emailed to thePQC showing why the engine cannot be repaireddue to extensive cylinder block damage. Also,when requesting an assembly replacement tocorrect a noise condition, Service Personnel shouldbe prepared to provide a 30 second Sound filedocumenting the engine noise.The following are some examples of extensive cylinderblock damage: Cylinder block and cylinder wall damage such as,holes, cracks, large areas of cross hatch missingand deep grooves or scoring that can be felt withthe fingernail. Crankshaft damage which led to the cylinder blockdamage.

Page 6May, 2016Global Warranty ManagementTransaction Submission — RecordRetention — Assembly ReturnSubmitting Engine, Transmission or Transfer CaseTransactions into Global Warranty ManagementService Agents must complete all of the followingSteps 1-6, in order to submit engine, transmission and/or transfer case Transactions into GWM:1. Scan the completed Job Card and attach it tothe Transaction in GWM.Notice: The Warranty Support Center requires thatthis action is performed on every Transaction2. Scan the completed Repair Estimate:Replacement Component Assembly Estimate:worksheet of the Cost Comparison Worksheetfor Assembly Repair vs Replacement andattach it to the Transaction in GWM.3. When applicable insert the transmission flush codein the labor operation dependency field.4. Enter the serial number of the new assembly intothe: “Serial Number” field which will appear inthe: “Parts Section” of the Transaction.5. Enter the serial number of the failed assembly intothe: “Comment” field.6. Route for GM authorization (H route) all engine,transmission or transfer case replacementTransactions.Known Product Issues and DMA, DM-CCSP orBrand Quality Manager AuthorizationsA situation may arise when a Service Agent contactsthe PQC and is subsequently transferred to theTechnical Assistance Center (TAC) and then advisedthat the condition being reported by the Service Agentis a known product issue.Also, there are instances when the DMA, in Canada theDM-CCSP or the BQM may have authorized thereplacement of the major assembly. In these situations,the Service Agent may be advised that a replacementassembly is the only way to resolve the issue. If this occurs, the dealer should document theReplacement Component Assembly Estimatesection of the Cost Comparison Worksheet forAssembly Repair vs Replacement in thefollowing manner:1. Complete all of the basic information at the top ofthe worksheet, including the Customer Concern:field.2. Then, proceed to the: TAC case number:field and enter the TAC Case Number.Notice: In the case of DMA/DM-CCSP or BQMauthorization, complete this step.Bulletin No.: 02-07-30-029Z3. In the case of DMA/DM-CCSP or BQMauthorization, enter the name of the GMRepresentative and accompanying text stating thenature of the authorization in the white section textbox of the: Repair Estimate:4. Provide a detailed description of therecommendation that the Service Agent receivedfrom TAC in the: TAC Recommendation: field.5. Proceed to page 2 and only complete the:Replacement Component Assembly Estimatesection. Enter the entire cost to replace theassembly in this section.6. Attach a scanned version of the Cost ComparisonWorksheet for Assembly Repair vs Replacementform to the Transaction.Record RetentionAll Service Agents are required to retain the completedCost Comparison Worksheet for Assembly Repair vsReplacement. Attach the worksheet to the Job Card.On the Job Card, document the serial number of boththe failed assembly being removed and thereplacement assembly being installed and transmissionflush code as applicable.If applicable, attach the completed CalibrationVerification Number (CVN) as applicable to the JobCard and place it in the Service Agent vehicle servicehistory file.Returning an Assembly to the Warranty PartsCenterService Agents may be requested to return theassembly to the Warranty Parts Center for inspection.Failure to perform the following procedures may resultin a debit for the repair.When returning an assembly the following must beattached to the return shipping container as indicatedby the instructions supplied with the new assembly:1. A legible copy of the Job Card containing the serialnumber of BOTH the failed assembly beingreturned and the replacement assembly beinginstalled.2. Document the transmission flush code (asapplicable).3. A completed Calibration Verification Number (asapplicable).4. A completed Cost Comparison Worksheet forAssembly Repair vs Replacement. All fluids must be drained and proper packagingprocedures observed and followed. If an engine assembly is being returned, the oilfilter must be drained of oil, properly packagedand secured in a plastic bag and attached to theengine assembly.Duramax is a Registered Trademark of GeneralMotors LLC (United States)Duramax is a Trademark of General Motors LLCGM bulletins are intended for use by professional technicians, NOT a "do-it-yourselfer". They are written to inform thesetechnicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or to provide information that could assist in the properservice of a vehicle. Properly trained technicians have the equipment, tools, safety instructions, and know-how to do ajob properly and safely. If a condition is described, DO NOT assume that the bulletin applies to your vehicle, or that yourvehicle will have that condition. See your GM dealer for information on whether your vehicle may benefit from theinformation.WE SUPPORT VOLUNTARYTECHNICIANCERTIFICATION

Not Allowed" tab under: "Service Agent Profile" then scroll right to view the date in order to determine if the Service Agent is required to contact the PQC prior to unit replacement involving the following Labor Operations: 4067470 - Partial Engine Replacement 4067490 - Engine Replacement 4067510 - Engine Assembly Replacement

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