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Creaking noise at the rear

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TSB 3/05 4078 Rattling Noises From The Area Of The Front And Rear Axle - dated 7-6-2005. Your dealer should be able to take care of this.

MY2005 - 911 Carrera (997)/911 Carrera S (997)/911 Cabriolet (997)/911 Cabriolet S (997)

Rattling noise caused by the stabilizer.

On above-mentioned vehicles, the hexagon nut on the threaded connection for the stabilizer/connecting link can become loose on the front or rear axle due to loss of preload. This leads to rattling noises from the area of the front and/or rear stabilizer.

Therefore, connecting links with a fastening bolt thread extended by 10 mm and an appropriately extended hexagon nut need to be installed on the front and rear axle as of the introduction date listed below.

In the event of a customer complaint, the previously installed connecting links must to be replaced on all four wheel suspensions by connecting links with the fastening bolt thread extended by 10 mm and be secured with the new extended hexagon nut.

Date of Introduction: April 25, 2005 as of the following VIN’s (there are some  isolated vehicles before the 4-25-05 date)

995S 717623 911 Carrera (997)

995S 742406 911 Carrera S (997)

995S 755776 911 Cabriolet (997)

995S 765718 911 Cabriolet S (997)

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Loren, Thanks for the info. Does it requires immediate attention? Since the noise only appear occasionally (not often at all), is it ok to have it fix later? Thanks.

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