9-7X V8-6.0L (2008)
Instrument Panel Control Module: Technical Service Bulletins
Instruments - IPC Odometer Programming Method
Bulletin No.: 07-08-49-020D
Date: December 06, 2010
Subject: IPC Odometer Programming Method Quick Reference Guide
2003-2011 GM Passenger Cars and Trucks (Including Saturn)
2003-2010 HUMMER H2, H3
2005-2009 Saab 9-7X
This bulletin applies to vehicles sold in the U.S. and Canada Only.
This bulletin is being revised to add information for the 2011 model year and add new 2011 vehicles. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number
07-08-49-020C (Section 08 - Body and Accessories).
The purpose of this bulletin is to provide a reference guide to help identify which season odometer programming method to use after replacing the
instrument panel cluster (IPC). The three season odometer programming methods in use today are listed below. In addition, this reference guide lists the
component where the season odometer value is stored. The season odometer value may be stored in the IPC, the driver information center (DIC) or the
integrated body control module (IBCM), also commonly called a body control module (BCM).
Season Odometer Programming Methods in Use Today
1. IPC reprogramming and setup using the service programming system (SPS).
2. Odometer setup at the electronic service center (ESC) when using an exchange IPC/DIC.
3. Tech 2(R) - The Tech 2 is used to set up a replacement BCM, which includes loading the odometer value that is displayed and stored in the IPC. A
replacement IPC will display the previously stored vehicle odometer value, communicated from the BCM, after cycling the ignition or driving the
*The odometer programming is integrated as part of the BCM programming procedure. It is not a stand-alone event.