Please note: The TSB information displayed below are summaries. We do not have access to the full versions. To get full information about a particular TSB, write down the TSB title & date, & either contact your local dealer or click on the links below.

The TSB numbers are the NHTSA numbers, which are different from the manufacturer-assigned TSB numbers — the NHTSA doesn't keep track of those. It's a very screwed up situation that's almost completely unhelpful to you as the consumer. Use the issue date or the title when asking your dealer for more information about a TSB.

    ENGINE (PWS)

    • TSB #122-D7K9V-09

      NHTSA ID #10148783

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 16 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Complaint - Incorrect Allocation of Fault Code (P0153/P0133) for Oxygen Sensor (upstream of Catalytic Converter): Replacing both oxygen sensors (upstreamof catalytic converter) (89/18)

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    • TSB #122-P5G7U-07

      NHTSA ID #10143521

      • Date Announced: JUNE 28 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Oil in the wiring harness. If oil is found in the engine wiring harness during a repair, the wiring harness and all the affected components (including the oil pump control valve) must be replaced.

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    ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

    • TSB #122-X4X7D-09

      NHTSA ID #10148789

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 14 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Cause The noises can occur if there is excessive spring force tolerance in the oil separator Date of introduction The optimized oil separators are used in production from November 25, 2015. Remedial action In the event of a customer co

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    FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE

    • TSB #122-P5G7U-07

      NHTSA ID #10143297

      • Date Announced: JUNE 28 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Oil in the wiring harness. If oil is found in the engine wiring harness during a repair, the wiring harness and all the affected components (including the oil pump control valve) must be replaced.

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    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

    • TSB #122-S6R3L-08

      NHTSA ID #10143831

      • Date Announced: JULY 24 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Cause If the Hall sensor is not positioned correctly or if it becomes slightly detached, there will be too much of a gap between the sensor and component and an error message will be displayed.

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    • TSB #122-T7Y5Q-12

      NHTSA ID #10125213

      • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 06 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Information: This document updates information previously published in EQ 1105, EQ 1105, and EQ 1401. To provide stable voltage and sufficient current throughout certain service operations, you should connect the vehicle to a battery charg

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    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY

    • TSB #122-N9Z4L-07

      NHTSA ID #10120794

      • Date Announced: JUNE 13 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Concerns: AGM starter battery (referred to below simply as 'battery') Situation: Support for the care andmaintenance of the AGMstarter battery (at the dealership): From the time the vehicle is delivered to the Porsche Centre until it is h

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    • TSB #122-R7W2C-07

      NHTSA ID #10120793

      • Date Announced: JUNE 13 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Concerns: AGM starter battery (referred to below simply as ?battery?) Situation: Customer complaints concerning battery-related topics Recurring customer complaints concerning topics relating to battery capacity and quality.

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    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING

    • TSB #122-P5G7U-07

      NHTSA ID #10143521

      • Date Announced: JUNE 28 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Oil in the wiring harness. If oil is found in the engine wiring harness during a repair, the wiring harness and all the affected components (including the oil pump control valve) must be replaced.

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    VISIBILITY:SUN ROOF ASSEMBLY

    • TSB #122-E3L8H-03

      NHTSA ID #10120600

      • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 17 2017
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Cause: Noises can be caused by excessive relative movements between the individual components. Remedial Action: Rework sliding roof seal.

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    VISIBILITY:REARVIEW MIRRORS/DEVICES

    • TSB #6689

      NHTSA ID #10074883

      • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 12 2016
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: SUMMARY TO BE PROVIDED ON A FUTURE DATE.

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    WHEELS

    • TSB #122-Y9K4F-09

      NHTSA ID #10148784

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 16 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Symptom: During and after race track use, loud noises can sometimes come from the wheel assembly on the rear axle - particularly on bends. Cause: Particles of dirt on the contact surfaces can cause micro-movements in the wheel assembly on

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    EQUIPMENT:OTHER:OWNERS/SERVICE/OTHER MANUAL

    • TSB #122-B9V4V-06

      NHTSA ID #10142252

      • Date Announced: MAY 10 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Information: The Approval and Support Management system was created to offer assistance to the dealer organization with new and complex technical issues by utilizing the Support Specialists within Porsche R&D. As a result, this process has

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