Did you know that your Suburban, Tahoe, or Yukon might be hiding a feature you never knew existed? General Motors (GM) has uncovered a surprising issue: a commonly miswired part in the front floor console bin lamp of certain 2021-2024 models.

This simple fix, detailed in service bulletin 24-NA-062, could unlock functionality you’ve been missing out on and potentially didn’t even know you had. Did you know there’s an LED light meant to illuminate your console bin or wireless charging pad at night?  It’s time to shed some light on this hidden gem and why you may have never seen it.

Here’s a detailed overview of the affected vehicles, the identified problem, and the steps being taken to resolve the issue.

24-NA-062 – Affected Vehicles

The service bulletin 24-NA-062 affects the following models:

  • 2021-2024 Chevrolet Suburban
  • 2021-2024 Chevrolet Tahoe
  • 2021-2024 GMC Yukon
  • 2021-2024 GMC Yukon XL

24-NA-062 – The Issue & Cause

Some customers have reported that the LED light above the front floor console bin is not illuminating at night. This light is designed to illuminate the console bin or wireless charging pad. The issue is caused by the E88 LED connector being wired in reverse. This incorrect wiring prevents the LED from illuminating.

Response & Repair

GM has provided a service procedure to correct the wiring issue. Technicians are instructed to locate the E88 LED connector and swap pins one and two on the LED side of the connector. This adjustment will restore the proper operation of the lamp.

This service bulletin aims to resolve a floor console bin lamp that doesn’t work in some Suburban, Tahoe and Yukon models. For more information, owners should contact their dealers.