TSB List for the 2018 Porsche Panamera

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SUSPENSION

  • TSB #122-A4N2Y-07

    NHTSA ID #10143284

    • Date Announced: JUNE 20 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for Porsche Active SuspensionManagement (PASM) Information: Due to a software error, there is a possibility that communication between the PASM control unit and other control units will sometimes be aborted when the

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  • TSB #122-E7X5D-12

    NHTSA ID #10125203

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 20 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for Porsche Active SuspensionManagement (PASM) Information: On vehicles with air suspension, the vehicle level can be lowered after the vehicle has been idle for a long time. At temperatures below 5 F (-15 C), this

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SUSPENSION:FRONT:STABILIZER BAR

  • TSB #122-Q8U7C-10

    NHTSA ID #10145569

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Connecting links on rear PDCC anti-roll bar Information: The durability of the installed connecting links on the rear PDCC anti-roll bar cannot be guaranteed over the service life of the vehicle due to amanufacturing defect. Thi

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BRAKES (PWS)

  • TSB #122-T9V3D-07

    NHTSA ID #10143518

    • Date Announced: JUNE 20 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Customer Concern The customer hears rattling noise from the front brakes.

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  • TSB #122-T9V3D-07

    NHTSA ID #10143294

    • Date Announced: JUNE 20 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Customer Concern The customer hears rattling noise from the front brakes.

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SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC

  • TSB #122-X8H9Y-08

    NHTSA ID #10143838

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

    Summary: Subject: Connecting-rod bearing Situation: At high engine speeds and with the high lateral acceleration forces that occur when driving on race tracks, the oil pressure can drop if the engine-oil level is low. In this case, the connecting

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SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION COMPONENTS:DISC

  • TSB #122-K8S4D-10

    NHTSA ID #10145568

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

    Summary: Information: If the brake shoes or disc brakes need to be replaced, calibration of the electric parking brake cannot be carried out due to a software error. In the event of a complaint, the electric parking brake control unit must be re-p

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PARKING BRAKE

  • TSB #122-K8S4D-10

    NHTSA ID #10145568

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

    Summary: Information: If the brake shoes or disc brakes need to be replaced, calibration of the electric parking brake cannot be carried out due to a software error. In the event of a complaint, the electric parking brake control unit must be re-p

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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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  • TSB #122-R9H5B-07

    NHTSA ID #10143299

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Belt tensioner Information: Checking belt tensioner in the event of a complaint about "leaks" before carrying out any other work.

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  • TSB #122-R9H5B-07

    NHTSA ID #10143523

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Belt tensioner Information: Checking belt tensioner in the event of a complaint about "leaks" before carrying out any other work.

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  • TSB #122-B4P8W-01

    NHTSA ID #10127486

    • Date Announced: DECEMBER 22 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Fastening screw for engine ground cable on front right longitudinalmember Concern: There is a possibility that the fastening screw for the engine ground cable on the front right longitudinalmember may not have been tightened suff

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  • TSB #122-W6Z8L-08

    NHTSA ID #10120617

    • Date Announced: JULY 20 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concern: Abrupt, ?Harsh? Gear Shift Changes, particularly in first and second gears Information: Rough gear changes with unmatched engine and transmission revs can be attributed to an unadapted PDK.

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

  • TSB #122-W9V2E-11

    NHTSA ID #10147456

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 02 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Background The rear O2 sensor(s) is found to be bad. The sleeve on the O2 sensor was being heated enough that the fumes from it were contaminating the sensor.

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  • TSB #122-Z2P4B-06

    NHTSA ID #10142253

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

    Summary: Technical Background The coolant pump for the high voltage battery actively monitors its own speed and current consumption. For a given commanded speed, if the actual pump speed exceeds a defined value and the current consumption drops bel

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:COOLING SYSTEM:FAN

  • TSB #122-A2R4B-06

    NHTSA ID #10142248

    • Date Announced: MAY 22 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: There is a possibility that the pressure hose between the charge-air cooler and throttle valve for cylinders 4?6 is rubbing against the cooling fan housing on the affected vehicles. This can cause a leak in the pressure hose at the chafin

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ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEM:EMISSION CONTROL:GAS RECIRCULATION VALVE (EGR VALVE)

  • TSB #122-A6Z3V-03

    NHTSA ID #10130121

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 13 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Intake valves and intake ports Information: Carboned-up valves in the engine can be reworked and cleaned using cleaning equipment. If there is a complaint about knocking combustion, e.g. during acceleration at high load, the con

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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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  • TSB #122-H8L6P-07

    NHTSA ID #10143285

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Side sections can crack when replacing the tankmodule or chargingmodule

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  • TSB #122-G6M3G-06

    NHTSA ID #10142250

    • Date Announced: MAY 15 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Symptom: The filler flap/charge port door is difficult to open or close. Cause: The filler flap/charge port door may be difficult to actuate due to unfavorable component tolerances on the affected vehicles. Remedial Action: Replace the

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FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE:DELIVERY

  • TSB #122-E7C5Z-05

    NHTSA ID #10138298

    • Date Announced: APRIL 30 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Condition The fuel filler door flap, or the charging door flap is difficult to open or close. Technical Background The tolerance for the flap against the body is too tight.

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FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER

  • TSB #122-H8L6P-07

    NHTSA ID #10143285

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Side sections can crack when replacing the tankmodule or chargingmodule

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FUEL SYSTEM, OTHER:STORAGE:TANK ASSEMBLY

  • TSB #122-H8L6P-07

    NHTSA ID #10143509

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Side sections can crack when replacing the tank module or charging module

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POWER TRAIN

  • TSB #122-J2B6T-09

    NHTSA ID #10148781

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

    Summary: Information: With the current transmission software, a clicking noise can be heard in the drive train on the affected vehicles under certain driving conditions. The customer may hear this noise during a load change while driving slowly, fo

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  • TSB #122-H3T9C-02

    NHTSA ID #10128653

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 04 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concern: Abrupt, ?Harsh? Gear Shift Changes, particularly in first and second gears Information: Rough gear changes with unmatched engine and transmission revs can be attributed to an unadapted PDK. Transmission performance issues charact

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POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

  • TSB #122-B6P3D-03

    NHTSA ID #10130123

    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 06 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Symptom: Hard or jerky gear changes. Cause: This is caused by the transition phase when changing from the engaged gear to the target gear. Various components of the powertrain affect the shifting quality. Remedial Action: In the event

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POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)

  • TSB #122-R6Y8J-05

    NHTSA ID #10138299

    • Date Announced: APRIL 11 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Condition The customer experiences an interruption in Apple CarPlay service after selecting the reverse gear. In other words, after the PCM screen displays the reverse camera, the PCM screen will not display Apple CarPlay until the user re

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • TSB #122-F9S5J-09

    NHTSA ID #10148792

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 23 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Cause The control unit for the auxiliary alarm system has limited bus communication. Date of Introduction Control units for the auxiliary alarm system with updated software have been used in production since the beginning of December 20

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  • TSB #122-A4N2Y-07

    NHTSA ID #10143508

    • Date Announced: JUNE 20 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) Information: Due to a software error, there is a possibility that communication between the PASM control unit and other control units will sometimes be aborted when the

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  • TSB #122-A4N2Y-07

    NHTSA ID #10143284

    • Date Announced: JUNE 20 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for Porsche Active SuspensionManagement (PASM) Information: Due to a software error, there is a possibility that communication between the PASM control unit and other control units will sometimes be aborted when the

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  • TSB #122-B9L7S-07

    NHTSA ID #10143524

    • Date Announced: JUNE 06 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for rear-end electronics Symptom: The alarm system is triggered spontaneously (for no apparent reason). Cause: The mobile phone antenna (GSM) signals can be picked up by the interior surveillance system and result in

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  • TSB #122-B9L7S-07

    NHTSA ID #10143300

    • Date Announced: JUNE 06 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for rear-end electronics Symptom: The alarm system is triggered spontaneously (for no apparent reason). Cause: The mobile phone antenna (GSM) signals can be picked up by the interior surveillance system and result in

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  • TSB #122-M7G3R-05

    NHTSA ID #10138288

    • Date Announced: APRIL 25 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: The 48-volt system on the affected vehicles can fail when the ignition is switched on due to incorrect initialization. As a result, the electronic anti-roll stabilization system (eAWS) of Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDC

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  • TSB #122-G6X5S-04

    NHTSA ID #10134863

    • Date Announced: MARCH 19 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for high-voltage charger Information: Due to a software error, there is a possibility that the control unit for the high-voltage charger will not switch to energy-savingmode after the vehicle is stopped in the event

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  • TSB #122-L6U2W-04

    NHTSA ID #10134864

    • Date Announced: MARCH 13 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Plug socket (230 V/100 V/110 V) Symptom: AC plug socket (230 V/100 V/110 V) does not work. Cause: The bit for "Plug socket switch-off" may be set unnecessarily in the gateway control unit.

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  • TSB #122-D5Y9E-02

    NHTSA ID #10128656

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 05 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Customer Concern: There are reports of failed Porsche Car Connect (PCC) initializations. Technical Concern: Due to input handling in the VTS software, the Porsche Car Connect initialization fails. The ninth character in the VIN may be an

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  • TSB #122-R3R8W-12

    NHTSA ID #10125209

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 08 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Concern: The technician confirms the customer's observation and also notes fault code P305400 stored in the DME.

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  • TSB #122-L4R6B-12

    NHTSA ID #10125208

    • Date Announced: NOVEMBER 08 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Concern: Due to input handling in the VTS software, the Porsche Car Connect initialization fails. The ninth character in the VIN may be an "X" (e.g. WP0AF2A7XHL123456). However, the system sees this "X" character as invalid and do

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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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  • TSB #122-Y8S5J-08

    NHTSA ID #10120611

    • Date Announced: JULY 19 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Wire harness for PASMvalve unit Information: The wire harness for the PASM valve unit is not routed correctly in the area around the heat protection panels for the valve unit on the affected vehicles. Due to relative movements w

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION:ANTI-THEFT CONTROLLER

  • TSB #122-S2T2Y-10

    NHTSA ID #10145565

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 25 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Background A manufacturing defect damages the key and causes the key battery to discharge prematurely. This damage cannot be repaired.

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DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL

  • TSB #122-E5M8Q-11

    NHTSA ID #10125197

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 20 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Concern: This failure is often accompanied by a long list of instrument cluster faults, including "C11011 - Control unit faulty, watchdog". All reported cases have been at PDI or with very low mileage. Service Information: The re

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  • TSB #122-D2C2G-11

    NHTSA ID #10125198

    • Date Announced: OCTOBER 20 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Concern: This failure is the result of faulty message monitoring within the instrument cluster. Because the instrument cluster cannot properly detect and display the current cruise control status, the cruise control does not engag

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: SOFTWARE

  • TSB #122-G2H3D-02

    NHTSA ID #10128657

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

    Summary: Concern: Incorrect Model Year (MY) coding in Gateway prevents programming Information: During software updates, it is possible for the Gateway to store an incorrect MY. If this happens, the vehicle will function as normal until the next a

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  • TSB #122-V9W9U-09

    NHTSA ID #10117503

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 16 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Due to a software error, there is a possibility that the enhanced seat belt diagnostic function may not detect the driver's correctly fastened seat belt on the affected vehicles. If this happens, the warning message "Driver s

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VISIBILITY

  • TSB #122-N9P9V-09

    NHTSA ID #10148782

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

    Summary: Symptom: Exterior mirror can make squeaking noises when folding in and out. Cause: The exterior mirror can squeak when folding in and out due to the sealing geometry of the joint gap seal between the mirror base and mirror housing. This c

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  • TSB #122-W3K7N-04

    NHTSA ID #10134865

    • Date Announced: MARCH 21 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Wiper arm on rear wiper Situation: There is a possibility that the affected vehicles were fitted with a rear wiper on which there is a crack on the cone of the wiper arm due to amanufacturing error. This can cause the cone to br

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VISIBILITY:POWER WINDOW DEVICES AND CONTROLS

  • TSB #122-N5Q5H-09

    NHTSA ID #10117502

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 28 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: An unfavorably positioned drain bore in the front right power windows mechanism can prevent moisture that penetrates via the window channel frombeing drained completely. If this moisture freezes at low outside temperatures, t

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VISIBILITY:WINDSHIELD WIPER/WASHER

  • TSB #122-N9H2B-06

    NHTSA ID #10142257

    • Date Announced: MAY 04 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Window cleaning fluid Information: The affected vehicles were not filled with window cleaning fluid at the factory because the window cleaning fluid is not currently available. For this reason, the washer fluid reservoir on the

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SEAT BELTS

  • TSB #122-V9W9U-09

    NHTSA ID #10117503

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 16 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Due to a software error, there is a possibility that the enhanced seat belt diagnostic function may not detect the driver's correctly fastened seat belt on the affected vehicles. If this happens, the warning message "Driver s

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STRUCTURE

  • TSB #122-Y3W6C-02

    NHTSA ID #10128652

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 08 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Gap between rear spoiler and roof Information: There is a possibility that the gap dimension fromthe rear spoiler to the roof does not comply with specifications on the affected vehicles. Customers may regard this as a visual de

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TIRES:PRESSURE MONITORING AND REGULATING SYSTEMS

  • TSB #122-P4L5H-09

    NHTSA ID #10148791

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

    Summary: Equipment: Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) 433 MHz (I-no. 7K3) Subject: Control unit for Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM)

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WHEELS

  • TSB #122-L5E6Q-11

    NHTSA ID #10147455

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

    Summary: Information: This bulletin contains information regarding: ? technically permissible wheel/tire combinations, ? measures that may be required when changing the wheel/tire combination installed at the factory, ? approved original Porsche

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SEATS:FRONT ASSEMBLY:POWER ADJUST

  • TSB #122-E2U2E-10

    NHTSA ID #10145558

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

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for seat adjustment (driver seat) Symptom: The seat does not automatically move to the seat position that was previously stored in the seat memory when the "Comfort Entry" function is active. However, the stored sea

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EQUIPMENT

  • TSB #122-C4A5S-10

    NHTSA ID #10145561

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

    Summary: Technical Background The garage do or opener does not recognize the vehicle?s Homelink system and will not respond. This symptom only occurs on MyQ branded garage door openers. Many garage door opener manufacturers have a MyQ product line

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  • TSB #122-H8L6P-07

    NHTSA ID #10143509

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Side sections can crack when replacing the tank module or charging module

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  • TSB #122-B9L7S-07

    NHTSA ID #10143524

    • Date Announced: JUNE 06 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for rear-end electronics Symptom: The alarm system is triggered spontaneously (for no apparent reason). Cause: The mobile phone antenna (GSM) signals can be picked up by the interior surveillance system and result in

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  • TSB #122-D9R9E-04

    NHTSA ID #10134866

    • Date Announced: MARCH 02 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: This Technical Information is intended as a supplement to the existing information in the event of complaints about data processing or data transfer between the Porsche Diagnostic Key and reader. The list provided here is sorted according

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  • TSB #122-A7E7V-03

    NHTSA ID #10130117

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

    Summary: Customer Concern: The remote key battery is dead before its expected end of life. Technical Concern: The technician confirms this behavior. Service Information: For vehicles built before 8/19/2017, the key itself is defective and the batt

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  • TSB #122-Y3W6C-02

    NHTSA ID #10128652

    • Date Announced: JANUARY 08 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Gap between rear spoiler and roof Information: There is a possibility that the gap dimension fromthe rear spoiler to the roof does not comply with specifications on the affected vehicles. Customers may regard this as a visual de

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EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL

  • TSB #122-C4A5S-10

    NHTSA ID #10145561

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

    Summary: Technical Background The garage do or opener does not recognize the vehicle?s Homelink system and will not respond. This symptom only occurs on MyQ branded garage door openers. Many garage door opener manufacturers have a MyQ product line

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EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL:ANTI-THEFT DEVICES

  • TSB #122-S2T2Y-10

    NHTSA ID #10145565

    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 25 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Technical Background A manufacturing defect damages the key and causes the key battery to discharge prematurely. This damage cannot be repaired.

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  • TSB #122-T5A2Z-05

    NHTSA ID #10138300

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

    Summary: Condition The remote key battery is discharged before it?s expected. Technical Background A manufacturing defect damages the key and causes the key battery to discharge prematurely. This damage cannot be repaired.

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EQUIPMENT:AIR CONDITIONER

  • TSB #122-H7B7W-09

    NHTSA ID #10117508

    • Date Announced: AUGUST 11 2017
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Information: Very small leaks may not be found on a normal inspection. Extra effort to locate these leaks is required.

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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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EQUIPMENT ADAPTIVE

  • TSB #122-R9H5B-07

    NHTSA ID #10143523

    • Date Announced: JUNE 27 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Concerns: Belt tensioner Information: Checking belt tensioner in the event of a complaint about "leaks" before carrying out any other work.

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  • TSB #122-B9L7S-07

    NHTSA ID #10143524

    • Date Announced: JUNE 06 2018
    • Additional Info: How to Fix

    Summary: Subject: Control unit for rear-end electronics Symptom: The alarm system is triggered spontaneously (for no apparent reason). Cause: The mobile phone antenna (GSM) signals can be picked up by the interior surveillance system and result in

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