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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.

    SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC

    • TSB #122-K3E2B-09

      NHTSA ID #10148779

      • Date Announced: AUGUST 17 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Subject: Retainer spring for front brake pad Symptom: A clicking noise can come from around the front axle when changing direction of travel or when braking suddenly while driving slowly. Cause: During load changes or changes in direction

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    DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL

    • TSB #122-K8T6V-10

      NHTSA ID #10145562

      • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 18 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Subject: Instrument cluster Information: Due to a faulty Timer function for the internal clock in the instrument cluster, there is a possibility that the control unit system will be activated cyclically by the instrument cluster after stop

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    STRUCTURE

    • TSB #122-H9B3X-11

      NHTSA ID #10147457

      • Date Announced: OCTOBER 26 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Technical Background Slight variations in the molding process are causing this phenomenon. Porsche is currently working closely with the supplier to improve the processes and eliminate the possibility of these issues occurring.

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    EQUIPMENT

    • TSB #122-Y3U4Z-11

      NHTSA ID #10147458

      • Date Announced: OCTOBER 26 2018
      • Additional Info: How to Fix

      Summary: Service Information The PIWIS tester message claims that the vehicle fails a check of radio communication reception. PAG is aware of this condition and is investigating the root cause. At this time, when this condition is not accompanied

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