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Replacement of the TC and PASM Control Console - Porsche 911 GT3


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Replacement of the TC and PASM Control Console

Porsche 911 GT3

Stuttgart. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, is having the control console for the TC-Off (Traction Control) and PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) buttons replaced on 128 units of the 911 GT3 and 911 GT3 RS delivered to customers worldwide. This involves cars built between 28 September and 9 November 2007.

As a result of a defective control console, the Traction Control function regulating drive forces on the rear axle or the PASM system providing the sports control of damper forces may malfunction and fail to operate. No cases leading to complaints have become known so far.

The vehicles involved are required to undergo an inspection in the workshop lasting approximately 30 minutes. The campaign is naturally free-of-charge for the customers involved, who will be informed shortly.



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