Forever, TSB's apply to specific makes and models that were usually built between a specific time frame (ex. cars built between 1/1/2010-3/31/2010). You can check to see when your car was built and also the VIN number would give that information.
No reason for a TSB to expire as if your car has a defect, the auto manufacturer can't just stop bothering to repair it after a certain period of time.
If you ever have a TSB related repair you wish to have done, it's always good to print a copy of the TSB and take it with you in case the tech isn't sure wth you're talking about.
OP, keep in mind, a TSB is not a recall. it is simply a bulletin that is supplied "warning" the techs that "if a person comes in with XX problem-> this might be the cause".
it does not mean the dealer is obligated to fix the problem with no charge to you.
if you are out of warrenty, you are responbile for the repair cost.
thanks guys.. i just wasnt sure. when i bought my car, the sockets didnt work... and then i found this online:
Make : HONDA Model : CIVIC Year : 2006
Manufacturer : HONDA (AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO.)
Service Bulletin Num : 1105
Date of Bulletin: NOV 16, 2005
NHTSA Item Number: 10018257
Component: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Summary: ACCESSORY POWER SOCKET INOPERATIVE.