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TSB for erratic speedo, and chuddering seat track

Can someone post a full copy of the TSB for the electrical gremlin causing the speedo to go to 200mph, and the seat track chuddering?

I am going to bring mine into the dealer we bought our Aurora from after we get the front end shimmy on the Aurora looked at for the fourth or fifth time. They don't seem to read the TSB database, and if I hand them the TSB, maybe they will fix the GTO within the first three attempts.

Thanks

edit/add: Just got this from another forum.
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Speedometer Erratic Movement, Fuel Gauge Does Not Go to Full After Filling, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Reads Hot and Coolant Temperature Light Illuminates (Reprogram IPC) #05-08-49-003 - (Jan 20, 2005)
Speedometer Erratic Movement, Fuel Gauge Does Not Go to Full After Filling, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Reads Hot and Coolant Temperature Light Illuminates (Reprogram IPC)
2004 Pontiac GTO

Built Prior to VIN Breakpoint 4L29601

Condition
Some customers may comment on one or more of the following conditions:

Speedometer jumps erratically. Gauge may go up to 200 MPH or not return to zero.

Fuel gauge does not move off empty when tank is full.

Engine coolant temperature gauge reads hot and coolant temperature light illuminates.

These conditions may be intermittent.

Correction
Technicians are to reprogram the IPC with an updated software calibration. This new service calibration was released with TIS satellite data update version 1.0 available January 10, 2005. As always, make sure your Tech 2 is updated with the latest software version.

Important: Vehicles built after the VIN breakpoint must have the IPC replaced to correct these conditions.

Last edited by Tom; 03-10-2005 at 11:33 AM.
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