Originally Posted by LB2014JGC
It's fixed. There is a TSB to replace the crank position sensor. Hasn't had a hard start in weeks.
Yep, just had my 1st inspection & mentioned the intermittent long crank & sometimes the engine "stumbling" once it started..
Dealer replaced the cam position sensor TSB 18-054-14..
A small number of customers may experience an intermittent 1 to 5 second extended
crank condition when starting their vehicle. No DTCs will be present when this occurs.
Intermittent Extended Crank, Long Crank Time.
This bulletin involves inspecting the Bank 1 Camshaft Position Sensor serial number and if necessary, replacing the sensor.
Starts & runs fine again!
Point here is if something doesn't seem right with your car, SPEAK UP..
Most likely if you've experienced something funky, there's a TSB or Rapid Response that once brought in the dealer will address..
I also got a BCM flash update 18-19-02-P9 & Automatic Temperature Module flash 18-19-62-9G
Car only has 4900 mi but since April 2014 there's been plenty of updates etc, along with the front axle recall... So all is well!