2008 Corvette: Customer Satisfaction Program: Keyless Access System Inoperative
Subject: Bulletin GMP07-181 - 07260 Keyless Access System Inoperative, Models: 2008 Chevrolet Corvette
Message #: VSU20071584
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PROGRAM #07260
DATED: OCTOBER 1, 2007
NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS IN EFFECT UNTIL OCTOBER 31, 2008.
On certain 2008 model year Chevrolet Corvette vehicles, the keyless access system may become inoperative at times. The doors may not automatically lock or unlock, and the vehicle may not start. The DIC will also display a "NO FOBS DETECTED" message.
If this condition occurs, the driver can lock or unlock the doors by pushing the buttons on the keyless access transmitter. The vehicle can be started by placing the transmitter in the glove box transmitter pocket with the buttons facing towards the passenger’s side. Then, with the vehicle in PARK (P) for an automatic transmission, press the brake pedal and the START button. If the vehicle has a manual transmission, press the clutch and the START button.
Dealers are to install a new module for the keyless access system.
Refer to Customer Satisfaction Program Bulletin #07260 for the service procedure and other detailed information.
Owner mailing is scheduled to begin OCTOBER 8, 2007.
PART IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT PRODUCT QUALITY CENTER AT 1-866-654-7654 TO ORDER.
The Parts list follows:
Part Number Description Quantity/Vehicle
25882862 RECEIVER, R/CON DR LK & THEFT DTRNT 1
VIN RANGE IS: From 85105302 thru 85106987
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