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Recall: No. 7 of 18
Recall Ref: R/2007/179
Exact Model: 911 FT & 911 GT
Build Date:
Numbers: 39
Defect: The switch console for the PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) and TC Off (Traction Control) may be defective and give incorrect signals or cause the above systems to fail.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to check and where necessary replace the switch console.
Launch Date: 12 December 2007
Recall: No. 8 of 18
Recall Ref: R/2014/059
Exact Model: 911 GT3
Description: FIRE MAY OCCUR
VIN: WP0ZZZ992ES180106 to WP0ZZZ992ES181345
Build Date:
Numbers: 168
Defect: One or more engine con rod bolts may fail and lead to the crankcase being damaged and in the worst case fire.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to replace the engine and vehicle specific identification stickers.
Launch Date: 01 May 2014
Recall: No. 9 of 18
Recall Ref: R/2012/156
Exact Model: 911 GT3 (997)
VIN: WP0ZZZ99ZAS780067 to WP0ZZZ99ZAS781223
Build Date:
Numbers: 79
Defect: Current market observations have shown that the track usage of many vehicles in the 911 model line now comes close to that of pure GT3 racing vehicles. The component stresses associated with race track use and competitive driving are much higher than for a sporty driving style on public roads. The revision intervals for race track use must be observed, particularly for highly stressed chassis components, in the same way as is required for GT3 racing vehicles. If these revision intervals are not observed the failure of highly stressed components and breakage of hubs on the rear axle, for example, cannot be ruled out, particularly in the case of components in advanced stages of wear.
Action: In order to standardise revision intervals, the wheel hubs on the rear axle will be replaced by standard wheel hubs on the affected vehicles with central wheel lock
Launch Date: 10 December 2012

Manufacturer contact details:
Porsche Cars (GB) Ltd
Bath Road, Calcot, Reading, Berkshire, RG3 7SE
0118 9303 6666


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