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My experience with several manufacturers has been that TSB's cover a variety of issues.

At the minor level, they are updates to maintenance procedures, even to the point of specifying small things like different tire pressures. They also clarify repair procedures like getting rid of rattles, or clarify steps left out of the original factory manuals.

They can also specify recall items, and as you say, the dealer pretty much has to handle those. But the main deal is that they can be minor or major, and many can be useful to you in just knowing what's available.

If you interested in the details of the TSB's, you might consider www.alldata.com. You can pay for a year's access to all their stuff about your specific vehicle for about $25, which includes TSB's, repair procedures, etc. Not a bad deal.


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