#PIC5610G: Power Folding Top Diagnostic Tips – (Sep 14, 2016)
|Subject:||Power Folding Top Diagnostic Tips|
|Models:||2011 – 2015 Chevrolet Camaro|
|Convertible Models Only|
This PI was superseded to update Models and Recommendation/Instructions. Please discard PIC5610F.
The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI.
In an effort to aid in creating a quick diagnostic approach to customer concerns regarding the convertible folding top, the following PIs have been compiled here. They are listed in numerical order by type.
Important: This PI in no way eliminates the need to perform regular SI searches for newly released or revised documents specific to the customer concern. It is written as a quick reference only. Reference the latest version of each of the following to aide in diagnostics / repair:
#12052: Customer Satisfaction – Convertible Top Enhancements
#13113: Service Update for Inventory and Customer Vehicles – Convertible Top Cosmetic Blemish – Expires with Base Warranty
#PI0424: Rattle, Creak or Popping Noise in Rear Floor Area
#PI0449: Rattle from Rear Compartment Area when Driving with Convertible Top in Closed (Up) Position
#PI0525: Folding Top Striker Assembly Plastic Insert Loose/Missing
#PI0756: Retrofit Procedure for New Corded Folding Top Cover Installation to Original Design Frame
#PIC5458: Water Leak In Rear Floor Area
#PIC5553: Creak Or Squeak Noise From Rear Of Folding Top
#PIC5605: Folding Top Pulls Loose From Rear Side Rail
#PIC5609: Side Tension Cable Visible When Top Is In Stowage Compartment
#PIC5724: Side Tension Cables Are Visible After Folding Top Replacement
#PIC5890: Folding Top Inoperative DTC B3680 Symptom 01
#PIC5907: Water Leak Into Rear Floor
#PIC6069: Normal Characteristic – Folding Top Side Rails May Not Stow Completely When Lowering Top
16-NA-293: Folding Top Leans To One Side During Top Cycle
Please follow this diagnostic or repair process thoroughly and complete each step. If the condition exhibited is resolved without completing every step, the remaining steps do not need to be performed.