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CHEVROLET LUMINA APV:POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY
CHEVROLET LUMINA APV 1998 Safety Report #990730030A
CHEVROLET LUMINA APV 1998 technical service bulletin was issued Apr 01, 2001.CHEVROLET LUMINA APV 1998 had a failed POWER TRAIN:AXLE ASSEMBLY . OWNERS OF SOME VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH HYDRA-MATIC 3T40, 4T60, 4T60-E OR 4T65-E TRANSAXLES MAY COMMENT ON A GRINDING AND / OR GROWLING NOISE THAT IS NOTICEABLE WHEN STANDING IN PARK ON A HILL OR SLOPE WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING AND THE PARKING .
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Technical Service Bulletins (TSB) are recommended procedures for repairing vehicles. Technical Service Bulletin is issued when there are several occurrences of an unanticipated CHEVROLET LUMINA APV problem; it is issed by a CHEVROLET manufacturer.
TSBs can be vehicle-specific or cover an entire product lines. Usually TSB address the specified repair into a step-by-step process.
The majority of TSBs are created by the first automotive technician to come up with a CHEVROLET repair procedure.
There are sometimes more than one way to fix a problem, resulting in multiple TSBs for the same problem.
Recall usually evolves out of safety issues and the ensuing recall maintenance/repair work is usually done at no charge to the LUMINA APV owner.
Dealers are usually under no mandate to call in cars for which there are TSBs to do the related repairs.
Nor is there an obligation to do the LUMINA APV TSB repairs for free or at reduced charges to the owner.
TSB are beneficial because they are widely circulating among dealership service departments and mechanics an engineering-level description and solution for a problem common to type, year, make or model of car.
TSB process provides organized, itemized LUMINA APV repair procedures, and standardize the repair process.