If it's under warranty, yes.
Otherwise, they use the TSB as a document to instruct on how to do the repair and charge you for the labor/parts.
Your MO's shouldn't be making this noise. If you're under warranty and it's happening, get it fixed! With the amount of $$$ you're shelling out to drive this vehicle, it shouldn't be behaving this way and you shouldn't have to "live with it"!
After 142K miles, my MO is history. Now sporting a loaded silver 2012 Ford Edge Limited with 20" wheels.