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I took the car in yesterday for a routine oil change and also had it detailed. (Looks amazing). The service advisor said there was a new campaign - just released - which was a software upgrade for the "traction control and transmission". I still have no idea what it did - any help please?
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Do you know the name of the campaign? The "T1B" campaign is the latest of which I know, after the "Recall #149."
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Topic running for the long going DCT not engage, with an interim program, then shut down and changed to 149 recall, and done away with again for the current recall that is a 2 part update,, 1 for engine control,, 2nd for transmission control ---> T1B

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T1J appears to come out today, though not on dealer site eyt (likely update tonight for us to find in morning)

This one been in works for a good while, even with a directed STOP SALE until initial inspect in between I think it was.

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This bulletin describes the service procedure to inspect the lot number of the electronic
stability control (ESC) module of certain Santa Fe (NC) and Tucson (TL) vehicles.

Parts from the affected LOT number may have damaged bolts which hold the ECU to the solenoid block.

Vehicles with affected LOT number ESC modules must be inspected for damaged bolts. If the bolts are intact,
they must be replaced. If the bolts are damaged, the HECU assembly must be replaced.

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Hmm sounds like a safety problem.
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Does anybody have an idea of the date-range of affected vehicles? Thx.
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I was hoping to avoid having to go back to the dealership for my next oil change. But if there is another recall I guess I will have to go in and have them do that with the oil change.

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​As previously announced on 02/06/17, Hyundai ​​launched safety Recall 157 related to the replacement of the brake booster on certain model year 2017 Elantra vehicles. Please review the attached updated information:



• 72% of the 2017 Elantras in dealer inventory are not affected by this recall and are available for sale today.

• Parts will be available for order through the Campaign Parts Management (CPM) ordering process in WebDCS beginning Monday, February 20, 2017.

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Topic running for the long going DCT not engage, with an interim program, then shut down and changed to 149 recall, and done away with again for the current recall that is a 2 part update,, 1 for engine control,, 2nd for transmission control ---> T1B

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T1J appears to come out today, though not on dealer site eyt (likely update tonight for us to find in morning)

This one been in works for a good while, even with a directed STOP SALE until initial inspect in between I think it was.

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This bulletin describes the service procedure to inspect the lot number of the electronic
stability control (ESC) module of certain Santa Fe (NC) and Tucson (TL) vehicles.

Parts from the affected LOT number may have damaged bolts which hold the ECU to the solenoid block.

Vehicles with affected LOT number ESC modules must be inspected for damaged bolts. If the bolts are intact,
they must be replaced. If the bolts are damaged, the HECU assembly must be replaced.

NO this is not what I had done as it was only a software install. I'll check the site and then call the dealership if I see this new one. I must have just missed it.
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I just checked and the recall was T1B - date completed 2/15/17. Nothing new is listed (as described above).
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