At least no parts are required to fix a Technical Service Bulletin issued recently by General Motors for the 2020 Corvette.
The TSB points out that a label with the wrong radio frequency identification number was affixed to the back of the radio display in the cabin of some C8 Stingrays.
The fix is simple, though. The dealer will just print a new label in color and place it inside the owner’s manual of the affected car. Reports say that GM has corrected the applicable Certificate Identification Numbers for the Near-Field Communication device with an updated label that’s added to the back of the radio display. Owners are also asked to place the letter with the new CIN in the glove compartment with their owner’s manual.
2020 Corvettes in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico are affected by the TSB, but we would assume the remaining 2020 models still waiting to be produced would already have the updated label.
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