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TSB List for the 2013 Porsche 911

The TSB information displayed below are summaries. Unfortunately 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.

ENGINE (PWS)

  • 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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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-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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  • TSB #TI-59-14

    NHTSA ID #10056345

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 07 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: PORSCHE: ACCORDING TO NEW SOFTWARE, (VERSION 2900), FRONT END ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (FRONT BCM) MUST BE FLASHED, IF REAR END ELECTRONICS CONTROL UNIT (REAR BCM) NEEDS REPLACING. MODEL 2013-2014 911 991), BOXSTER (981), CAYMAN (981).

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY

  • 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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  • 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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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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DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL

  • TSB #122-G7H3U-06

    NHTSA ID #10117473

    • Date Announced: JULY 10 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Instrument cluster Information: This is to inform you of a voluntary Workshop Campaign on the above-mentioned vehicles. The following fault symptoms can occur on the affected vehicles due to a software error in the instrument cl

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE

  • TSB #TI-59-14

    NHTSA ID #10056345

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 07 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: PORSCHE: ACCORDING TO NEW SOFTWARE, (VERSION 2900), FRONT END ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT (FRONT BCM) MUST BE FLASHED, IF REAR END ELECTRONICS CONTROL UNIT (REAR BCM) NEEDS REPLACING. MODEL 2013-2014 911 991), BOXSTER (981), CAYMAN (981).

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  • TSB #122-G7H3U-06

    NHTSA ID #10117473

    • Date Announced: JULY 10 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Instrument cluster Information: This is to inform you of a voluntary Workshop Campaign on the above-mentioned vehicles. The following fault symptoms can occur on the affected vehicles due to a software error in the instrument cl

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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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STRUCTURE

  • TSB #122-Z8F7K-05

    NHTSA ID #10138294

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

    Summary: Symptom: Creaking noises coming from between the headliner covering frame and sliding roof frame on vehicles with sliding roof (I-no. 651 and 653) while driving. Cause: Noises can be caused by excessive relative movements between the indi

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STRUCTURE:BODY:DOOR

  • TSB #122-N7A9G-06

    NHTSA ID #10117456

    • Date Announced: JUNE 26 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Cover for door arrester Information: This is to inform you of a voluntary Workshop Campaign on the above-mentioned vehicles. There is a possibility that covers for the door arresters that do not conform to the high quality standa

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COMMUNICATIONS:HORN ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #122-M6M5Z-06

    NHTSA ID #10117455

    • Date Announced: JUNE 20 2014
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Horn (also referred to as fanfare) Information: Modified assignment of connector contacts due to installation of new type of horn. As a result, if the horn needs to be replaced, an adapter cable must also be installed.

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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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