General Motors has issued a service update for certain units of the refreshed Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup equipped with the 3.0L I6 LZ0 turbodiesel Duramax engine and non-ETRS transmission due to a problem related to a faulty engine control module (ECM).
Affected Silverado examples may have a condition where the ECM doesn’t properly respond to certain service tool requests for the datafile CALID (part number) or CVN (checksum).
If the ECM were to fail to respond to service tools, then affected Silverado 1500 units have the potential to fail an emissions inspection/maintenance test. Certified GM technicians will be instructed to inspect the ECM and replace as necessary, free of charge. Notably, it should take techs roughly 30 min to perform the fix.
General Motors did not specify exactly how many units of the 2022 Silverado 1500 this service update covers. The service bulletin covers 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 units as well.
GM will notify owners of affected vehicles and instruct them to make an appointment with their dealer. Any owners that are unsure whether or not their vehicle is affected by this recall can visit my.gm.com/recalls and type in their VIN to see any open recalls or other actions that may be active on it. Owners can also reach out to Chevy or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) directly with any questions or concerns they may have using the recall number and contact information included below.
- GM recall number: N222383020
- Chevy Customer Service: 1-800-222-1020
As a reminder, the 3.0L I6 LZ0 was introduced for the refreshed 2022 Silverado 1500 model, and replaces the 3.0L I6 LM2 as the full-size pickup’s diesel offering. Featuring a handful of updates and enhancements over the outgoing LM2 engine, LZ0 is rated at 305 horsepower and 495 pound-feet of torque, a 10-percent increase in power and a 7.6-percent increase in torque in comparison to older powerplant.