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I am interested in learning what TSB's were issued that effect my car. I have a 2000 C2 Cab. I was told that my vin number can be searched and I could learn which TSB were in fact issued that may impact my car. Under DIY tools I do have access now to the links since becoming a contributing member. But I cant search the 996 TSB for the ones that pertain to my 2000 996.

Do I have to go to a dealer to research this?

Thanks

Tim

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Sorry, only a dealer/OPC can search Porsche's by VIN. The same search would reveal personal information (names, addresses, etc.) - so only dealers are allowed.

There is also a phone version that the dealer can call and it will tell you if there are any outstanding recalls or TSBs for your VIN. Once again Porsche dealer/OPC only.

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