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What is the protective film on the rear sill exactly? Any particular build dates it pertains to?

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What is the protective film on the rear sill exactly? Any particular build dates it pertains to?
Hmmmm...it's probably those two clear plastic films that I just removed from the metal inserts on the sill to the rear cargo area, assuming they were inadvertantly left there during the PDI...oh, well...

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Hmmmm...it's probably those two clear plastic films that I just removed from the metal inserts on the sill to the rear cargo area, assuming they were inadvertantly left there during the PDI...oh, well...
Ohh. LOL. Yeah I took them of too and was actually mad at myself for not noticing them earlier to take them off. Looks way nicer and shinier without plastic covering them.

No regrets here. I don't plan on loading at least many of the kinds of things that could disturb it. And anyways, we have AS to do its "dump squat" if we need to get something in there (a feature I totally forgot about, btw, until I recently saw someone here mention it).

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Hmmmm...it's probably those two clear plastic films that I just removed from the metal inserts on the sill to the rear cargo area, assuming they were inadvertantly left there during the PDI...oh, well...
Ohh. LOL. Yeah I took them of too and was actually mad at myself for not noticing them earlier to take them off. Looks way nicer and shinier without plastic covering them.

No regrets here. I don't plan on loading at least many of the kinds of things that could disturb it. And anyways, we have AS to do its "dump squat" if we need to get something in there (a feature I totally forgot about, btw, until I recently saw someone here mention it).
Ok , that's funny guys !
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I am in for my 15K service next week and I asked the dealer for a list of TSB's or "campaigns" as Porsche calls them.

  • Program Update to the PDK/ DME control unit
  • Checking the sensor for the interior surveillance in the roof console
  • Affixing protective film on rear door sill
  • Checking the vent line for cooling system
  • Checking the gap dimension of the front door and reworking if necessary

For reference I am in Western Canada, as there seems to be some variance from country to country/ dealer to dealer on what they tell customers.

Excellent information, thank you! (In my opinion Porsche should call them TSB's.)
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Good info guys! Thanks.

I pick up my car tomorrow...do I need to mention all of these things to them or will they already be managed? Cheers!
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I was in at service and they listed 4 WEs to do:

WE49
WE60
WE88 ? what is this ?
WE14 ? ditto !

For sure, I do not see the so-called protective film at rear sill doors at all, where exactly do you placed it ... their ugly butts and probably ends up charging back to warranty for work really NOT done at all. That's very dishonest of the dealer.
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I was in at service and they listed 4 WEs to do:

WE49
WE60
WE88 ? what is this ?
WE14 ? ditto !

For sure, I do not see the so-called protective film at rear sill doors at all, where exactly do you placed it ... their ugly butts and probably ends up charging back to warranty for work really NOT done at all. That's very dishonest of the dealer.
So is the plastic coating supposed to be at the rear DOORS or hatch area? The hatch area I had but peeled off. Don't think I have any on the rear door sills or any door sills, unless they're that hard to notice which I'd find unlikely since I go through the car thoroughly, often.

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I have posted information about the WE49 campaign in the post below. Worth a look...!

http://www.macanforum.com/forum/maca...tml#post899954
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I'm sure most of you are already aware, however I am taking mine in this week for the squeaky steering (solved by simple lubrication) and was asked to leave it for the day due to two additional items identified by the system:

1) WE88 replace rear spray nozzle
2) WF14 Re-program DME control unit

Thought I'd post this in case its helpful to someone...
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