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Recall: No. 1 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2008/029
Exact Model: Cayenne (V6)
Description: FUEL MAY LEAK
Build Date:
Numbers: 982
Defect: It has been identified that the possibility exists, that a fuel line within the scuttle panel area may be in contact with the engine compartment cover. This can result in a knocking noise, and the fuel line becoming damaged with the attendant possibility that a fuel leak may occur.
Action: Recalled vehicles will have the routing of the fuel line changed, and an additional spacer fitted. In the event of damage to the fuel line, it will be replaced.
Launch Date: 18 February 2008
Recall: No. 2 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2015/022
Exact Model: Cayenne Cayenne S Hybrid & Panamera S Hybrid
VIN: WP0ZZZ97ZCL040081 to WP1ZZZ92ZCLA92969
Build Date: March to May 2012
Numbers: 147
Defect: Fuel may leak from the injector fuel rails. Occupants may notice a smell and though small there is a risk of fire.
Action: Replace injector fuel rails
Launch Date: 23 January 2015
Recall: No. 3 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2012/020
Exact Model: Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne S Hybrid, Cayenne Turbo and Cayenne Diesel
VIN: WP1ZZZ92ZBLA0271 to WP1ZZZ92ZCLA92808
Build Date:
Numbers: 4316
Defect: If a headlight module is not locked correctly, relative movements with respect to the wing can occur. In rare cases this can cause the headlight to become detached from the wing. Based on results from internal quality control checks and individual complaints, Porsche has decided to incorporate measures to make the locking system more robust into standard production and they will retrofit these changes on existing models.
Action: Affected vehicles will be recalled to have the locking mechanism on both headlights replaced.
Launch Date: 23 February 2012

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


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