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    Default ECM BCM module remanufacturing by GM 13.00.89.009

    Subject: Expanded Availability for Remanufacture and Return (R&R) Electronic Control Modules

    Models: 2005 and Prior GM Cars and Trucks


    DescriptionGM Parts offers a Remanufacture and Return (R&R) program service option for parts with core shortages. This expanded program provides customers with a service option for control module parts that are experiencing critical core shortages. For this situation, the Dealer can remove and return the core/part to a designated location for remanufacture and return (R&R).

    These are genuine GM parts and components that mean to your customer, both reliability as well authenticity in keeping their vehicle “all GM.”

    Availability Many previously unavailable control modules are now cataloged through this Remanufacture and Return Program such as:

    •Many C4 Corvette 1984-1996 BCM and ECM Applications
    •1980-1981 GM Computer Command Control Modules (CCC)
    •1994-1996 Cadillac Brougham

    The above are just a sampling of the modules available. Check the Electronic Parts Catalog for all specific applications. Additional modules will be added, so check any time there is a customer request.

    Qualifications
    •R&R parts should not be ordered as stocking parts. Program requires submission of core unit.
    •To maintain process and record keeping controls, only Dealers are authorized to ship and receive the remanufactured units.
    •Dealers should not cancel their SPAC case until reman unit is returned, installed and vehicle is operational.
    Order InputAll orders qualify for standard discounts and allowances.

    General Information•All units must be shipped with completed form included in box with unit.
    •All charges will be billed to six-digit account number on form.
    •GM Parts Remanufactured Control Modules have a 12-month warranty. The following guidelines apply.
    – Dealer should call toll-free number to review the part problems after installation.
    – If vehicle is still inoperable, call toll-free number for further instructions.
    – If unit deemed non-repairable, unit will be returned to Dealer and account credited.
    •This process historically has an 80% successful remanufacture rate. If the unit cannot be repaired, it will be returned to Dealer free of charge.

    THIS IS EXCELLENT NEWS FOR OTHER MODULES THAT CANNOT OR HAVE NOT BEEN PRODUCED.

    AND FOR THOSE WONDERING ON C5 ABS MODULES, STILL UNABLE TO REBUILD THE EPOXY IMPREGNATED MODULES !!!!!!

    ALLTHEBEST, PAUL
    GM World Class Certified Service Technician.
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    Heck yeah this is great news!

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    So the owner can remove the module and bring it to the dealer, or does the dealer shop have to do it?

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    Hi there,

    Yes, you can do it.

    Although, if your module needs programming, the dealership will still need the vehicle to do the programming.

    Allthebest, Paul
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    Hi; It has been almost a year since this post and the replies, has any progress been made for the C5's? Just bought a 1999 coupe and have the same problem. I have checked everywhere I can but to no avail, the rebuilders are not even doing 99's any more, only 2000 and up. Help

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    Paul; It has been almost a year since your posting on this topic. Just a quicky question, has any progress been made, or rumors to that effect, for the C5 ABS modules? My '99 is in desperate need of one. Thanks, Vince

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    HI there,

    No new information as of this time.

    I am still waiting to hear back from Bosch aftermarket on this but as of now, there is none.

    GM still cannot remanufacture these.

    Allthebest, paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by c4c5specialist View Post
    HI there,

    No new information as of this time.

    I am still waiting to hear back from Bosch aftermarket on this but as of now, there is none.

    GM still cannot remanufacture these.

    Allthebest, paul
    It's been almost a year since this last post, Paul any update on any C5 EBCM solutions? How about the possibility of swapping 01-04 components into the 97-00 to make the EBCM and SWPS work? Looking forward to your event at Carlisle this year!

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    These are genuine GM parts and components that mean to your customer, both reliability as well authenticity in keeping their vehicle “all GM.”

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