Porsche – UK Recalls Summary

Recent Porsche UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest Porsche UK authorized dealer.


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Recent Porsche UK Recalls

PORSCHE CAYENNE (2011 – 2015) – THE ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM

on 14 January 2022

PORSCHE CAYENNE (03/05/2011 – 03/09/2015) RECALL: Problem description: Improve the engine control system in terms of nitrogen oxide emissions.

PORSCHE PANAMERA (2011 – 2015) – THE ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM

on 14 January 2022

PORSCHE PANAMERA (03/05/2011 – 03/09/2015) RECALL: Problem description: Improve the engine control system in terms of nitrogen oxide emissions.

PORSCHE TAYCAN (2020) – THE UPPER CONTROL ARMS

on 6 December 2021

PORSCHE TAYCAN (17/06/2020 – 16/11/2020) RECALL: Problem description: There is a possibility that the screw connection on the upper control arms … .


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Latest EU Rapex Porsche Recalls

  • Porsche Taycan (2020)
    on 10 April 2022

    Alteration of the rear axle’s toe and/or camber values lead to increased and uneven wear on the rear tyres, and if ... . The post Porsche Taycan (2020) […]

  • Porsche Cayenne (2020)
    on 10 April 2022

    Alteration of the rear axle’s toe and/or camber values lead to increased and uneven wear on the rear tyres, and if ... . The post Porsche Cayenne (2020) […]

  • Porsche Taycan (2020)
    on 26 December 2021

    The rear axle track arms may become detached. This can lead to a loss of driving stability, increasing the risk of ... . The post Porsche Taycan (2020) […]

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