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Not sure of that designation but I suspect they are asking for 15NM average, plus or minus 2NM, therefore any range between 13-17NM.

Heck, it's only a battery terminal, I would not get loose any sleep over it....tighten it till its tight enough ;-)
It is not a mechanical moving joint after all...
 

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That bulletin adds this change:
Version 4
Modified Oct. 17, 2016 – Changed torque specifications to 15 Nm or 133 in/lb from D15+/ 2 NM S13-17 NM.

Yes, that's in/ibs (inch-pounds)

Its a battery terminal, just get it nice and snug.
 

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What socket's are needed-?
The only you-tube video I found has him saying he needed another socket that he did not have.
Plus he was INSIDE the car doing it.
 

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The bulletin you have listed is not for the battery terminals. Its for the under hood fuse box, the nuts are 8mm and 10mm in size. Its unlikely causing a issue with the shifter not going in to park. There has been issues with the shifter itself causing this problem. There is a small switch in the shifter that starts to make a poor contact. The repair is to replace the shifter, this would be covered under the bumper to bumper warranty.

#16-NA-060: Difficulty Shifting Out of Park or into Park - (Mar 6, 2018)
 
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