My truck hasn't acted up since January and not at all with the GM live data logger so I returned to the dealer at the end of March and they removed it. The service manager said all the others that were having issues stopped at the same time as mine. He thinks it was a fuel issue, they switch between summer and winter gas up here. Will have to wait and see what happens in the fall.
It's been a week with the monitor connected to the OBDII and connected live with GM TAC and my truck has not revved to 3500RPM but has coughed and fluttered upon starting but it recovers immediately. I was told to not mark the event until it revs. The Polar Vortex brought the temperature here to -30 to -38 without the wind chill and i think the colder weather doesn't amplify the issue. Temps are back to normal but after reading Transients post from San Diego, I guess temperature is not the issue. I know a co-worker with a 6.2L AT4 always starts his truck with his remote and didn't realize his
Update: I got a call on Tuesday afternoon from the dealer, apparently the box wasn't communicating with GM TAC. Dropped the truck off Wednesday morning and they gave me a new loaner to drive, then I received a call at the end of the day that they were still working on the issues and needed to keep it. Got another call Thursday at noon, GM TAC is shipping a new data box so I picked up my truck and will have to bring it back next week. I did find out that this issue is specific to the 6.2L engine only and they now have 6 other 6.2L owners experiencing the same issues. Stand by. So by
Update today: My truck keeps asking me to install an update every time I shut it off today. Called the service manager and asked him if I should do the update, he said to ignore it. He called me a few hours later and told me the box is not communicating with GM TAC and now a have to drop it off at the dealer again tomorrow morning. When I got home tonight, I shut the truck off and opened the door and got out, but the radio stayed on. I went back out 8 minutes later and it was still on. The FOB was in the house so I got it and went back out, reached in and pressed the start button (without the
So I took the truck to the dealer on Friday and had the box installed. It is connected to the OBDII port and sitting under the drivers seat and a black cord with a red button is sitting in my cup holders. I was told to press the button if it acts up when i start it. I parked the truck outside at home with overnight temperature at 5F ( -15C) I started it Saturday morning and it went to redline for 4 seconds and settled to idle. I did press the button as told. Sunday and Monday mornings, the truck started and fluttered but quickly recovered. I called the tech and provided the times so he could l
Received a call from the service manager last week who told me GM Technical Assistance Centre was sending a Field Representative here to look into the issue with my truck. He then called me back a few hours later and said that they want to install a live link black box that will stream ECM diagnostic information over the cellular network. They have shipped the box here and in the meantime, i took my truck to the dealer to have the wiring connection installed so they can connect the box quickly once it arrives at the dealers service center this week.
My truck went to the dealership on Tuesday and GM gave me a rental to drive for the week while the tech took my truck home. It started normal the first few days but acted up Friday morning when he started it. Instead of revving to 3500RPM, the engine started then fluttered and stalled. He managed to record the event through the OBD Live Capture diagnostic reader and they now have something to work with. They called me to pick up my truck and the service manager told me that GM TAC is now looking into the cause and they have made it a priority. He also told me that another customer reported the
No it did not. It seemed to start normal for a few days after but it is still randomly starting and revving to 3500RPM. Service manager is talking to GM and they are going to give me a rental and take my truck until they figure out the issue.
So it went to the dealer a second time and they flashed a new BSCM calibration and it started fine until yesterday and it did its random start and redline. Tonight it fired and stalled then the starter cranked for 7 more seconds and it fired and redlined and held until i kicked the throttle pedal. It's going back to the dealer for a third time and they will keep it until they figure out the problem. 2019 AT4 Cold Start High RPM after long crank.mov
The Start/Stop button will shut the engine down. One time when the RPM took off to park redline (3500RPM), I just hit the start/stop button and it shut down immediately. I waited a few seconds and hit the start button and the engine started normally.
It did a slight flare on the post from Sunday but on Monday, it went to 3500RPM for almost 8 seconds. Tuesday it started normal and Wednesday (tonight) it sputtered on start up and only slightly flared up. Every time this happens, it has been sitting outside for 8-10 hours after finishing work in temperatures just below freezing. It never does it in the morning at home parked in my heated garage. Here is Monday's start up. I have my foot on the brake the entire time and lift it at the end. It going back to the dealership tomorrow.
I went to work today and after 10 hours of sitting outside in 20F cold, it started and fluttered and flared up to about 2000 RPM for 2 seconds then ack to idle and bounced up and down a bit. I never took my foot off the brake and did not touch the throttle. Video is noisy at the end as an aircraft was flying over on approach to the airport and I shut the drivers door. Guess the BSCM update didn't do much.
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