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Old 03-06-2018, 05:23 PM
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I just got my car back from GM dealer from the mag ride update. Is there anyway to actually confirm it was done through software check or another way?
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I've got an idea of how you can check this, but I'm not 100% sure if it'll work. But it's free and easy, so....

Go here: https://tis2web.service.gm.com/tis2web/

Put your VIN in and click Get Cal ID.

Select K19 : Suspension Control Module from the list. Click Next. Select Programming. Click Next. Select With Semi Active Damping System and click Next.

There will be two modules listed. Operating System and Real Time damping. Click each one and post the part number that's shown. The part numbers are not unique to your car, so there's no harm in posting them.

I think, but I'm not 100% sure, that that page will show whether or not the update was applied to your VIN. You do not need to post your VIN. Just post the calibration part numbers and a brief description of your car. 2016 Z06 A8, 2014 Z51 M7, etc.
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Operating System: 23201895
Real Time Damping: 84353677

2014 Z51 M7
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Originally Posted by itch808 View Post
Operating System: 23201895
Real Time Damping: 84353677

2014 Z51 M7
Well that's pretty awesome. It looks like it does show up. This is from the GM service bulletin for the mag ride upgrade.


Joe, on the other hand, did not get a $350 free gift with the purchase of an oil change
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Hold my beer and watch this.......
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GMVIS report.
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Well that's pretty awesome. It looks like it does show up. This is from the GM service bulletin for the mag ride upgrade.
Great! Thanks! Guess my $350 didn't go to nothing and it wasn't in my head the car feels different.
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somebody make post 2 a sticky please,
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Great link! While my Z06 changes were significant, always good to check the DNA! Warranty claim to boot!
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Originally Posted by Ammo View Post
somebody make post 2 a sticky please,
Agreed, please add post 4 too
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Just keep in mind that GM changes part numbers as often as most people change their socks. What's true today might not be true tomorrow. Make sure you're using the latest copy of the bulletin if you try this for yourself to increase your odds of having accurate part numbers.

Maybe itch808 can confirm this for us, but I think the MSRC upgrade calibration description should say something similar to "New calibration to support performance parts and motor sport catalog customers".
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Originally Posted by Jeff V. View Post
Just keep in mind that GM changes part numbers as often as most people change their socks. What's true today might not be true tomorrow. Make sure you're using the latest copy of the bulletin if you try this for yourself to increase your odds of having accurate part numbers.

Maybe itch808 can confirm this for us, but I think the MSRC upgrade calibration description should say something similar to "New calibration to support performance parts and motor sport catalog customers".
Yes mine says that exact sentence
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1 23201895 Operating system
2 84353677 New calibration to support performance parts and motor sport catalog customers.

Kinda like that?
2014 Z51 MSRC





Elmer

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Had mine updated beginning of Febuary 2017 Z06 A8 FE6 Non Z07
and went to the site and this is what came up.

Calibration History for Operating system

Part Number Description
84213967 Updated Operating system
23247866 Operating system

Calibration History Real Time Damping

Part Number Description
84375894 New calibration to support performance parts and motor
sport catalog customers
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2016 Z06,M7,FE6(Non Z07)
Operating System:23201895
New Calibration:84375892

Vin# Confirms Install of Update
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Operating System 23204000

real time damping 23267486


my car 2015 z06 non z07 canadian car

New calibration for improved operation 23303435

I will be calling my dealership to get the advailable update

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Originally Posted by Jeff V. View Post
Just keep in mind that GM changes part numbers as often as most people change their socks. What's true today might not be true tomorrow. Make sure you're using the latest copy of the bulletin if you try this for yourself to increase your odds of having accurate part numbers.

Maybe itch808 can confirm this for us, but I think the MSRC upgrade calibration description should say something similar to "New calibration to support performance parts and motor sport catalog customers".
I can confirm that the reference numbers above for the 2016 Z06/07 are incorrect. However a quick google search revealed latest info and matched my VIS report.
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Originally Posted by TXshaggy View Post


I can confirm that the reference numbers above for the 2016 Z06/07 are incorrect. However a quick google search revealed latest info and matched my VIS report.
Thanks. I was hesitant to post this at all for this very reason. I didn't want someone blowing up at their service advisor because their numbers didn't match what some random person posted on an internet forum. But I'm hoping that everyone can be responsible, do their homework, and then be polite if they do find something that doesn't appear correct.
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Originally Posted by calgaryguy View Post
Operating System 23204000

real time damping 23267486


my car 2015 z06 non z07 canadian car

New calibration for improved operation 23303435

I will be calling my dealership to get the advailable update

Keep us posted, as far as I know it's not yet available in Canada.
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How long does it take to see a change applied to the TIS report? Just had the recalibration performed at the local dealership but I believe that it is showing the old calibration, but it has been less than one hour after the Service Department finished.

Operating system: 23201895
Real Time Damping: 23207807

2016 Z06, A8, FE6 (Non Z07)
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