Porsche Automobiles Australia has recalled the Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe to repair an issue with the rear trailing arm.
“The clamping nuts on the rear-axle trailing arm might break over the service lifetime of the car, as they might not have been manufactured inside specification,” Porsche says in its recall discover.
“A damaged clamping nut can lead to elevated motion between the trailing arm and wheel service.
“Because of this, car dealing with could also be diminished. This will increase the danger of significant damage or loss of life to car occupants and/or different street customers, and harm to property.”
- A complete of 92 vehicles are included within the recall
- Affected vehicles have been bought between September 16 and October 31, 2020
- A VIN record of affected autos is connected right here
- The unique recall discover is connected right here
Porsche will contact homeowners, and advise them to rearrange a free repair when elements turn out to be accessible in the midst of June.
The corporate has issued the next assertion for purchasers:
“Till your workshop appointment, when you particularly discover that your steering wheel is barely out of line, your car is pulling to at least one aspect, or when you hear distinctive noises coming from the rear axle space, please instantly park your car safely and make contact with the closest official Porsche Centre by cellphone.”
“Alternatively, do you have to require quick help exterior of enterprise hours, please contact Porsche Roadside Help on 1800 659 911.”
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