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- ENGINE - 4.2L - VIBRATION AND/OR RATTLE IN GEAR AT IDLE OR WHEN ACCELERATING FROM A SLOW SPEED 32 KM/H (20 MPH) - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 2/25/02 EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ONLY
- VIBRATION - VIBRATION AND/OR RATTLE IN GEAR AT IDLE OR WHEN ACCELERATING FROM A SLOW SPEED 32 KM/H (20 MPH) - VEHICLES BUILT BEFORE 2/25/02 EQUIPPED WITH 4.2L AND AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ONLY
| Publication Date: October 1, 2003 |
This article supersedes TSB 03-9-10 to update the Service Procedure.
Some vehicles built before 2/25/02 equipped with the 4.2L engine and Automatic Transmission, may exhibit a Vibration and/or Rattle condition when the engine is at idle in gear or when accelerating from a slow speed 32 km/h (20 MPH). This may be caused by an exhaust vibration condition and may falsely appear to come from the catalytic converter.
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