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Loren , question re campaign 6A/01 , overheating


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Yes, I see that bulletin listed on AllData but I don't see it in the Porsche data bank. According to NHTSA there are no recalls for 2002 TT. So the AllData info maybe for other model years?

To be sure you may want to check with your dealer. They should be able to check with PCNA's computer database to see if your car's VIN is on any REcall or TSB list.

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Thanks for checking Loren. I'm wondering if this relates to the discovery that on '02 Turbos , when the optional aerokit became available, they later discovered excessive engine compartment temps due to the wing design and had to add a diffuser on the lid under the wing to divert air into the engine bay. That would explain why it's MY '02 only .

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Hmmm... could be... the spoiler supplementary TSB says:

Driving dynamic measurements have shown that vehicle handling can be improved still further by installing a spoiler lip on the rear lid.

Approval: The Aerokit Turbo is only approved for the rear lid when this additional spoiler lip is included.

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