PORSCHE CAYENNE (2020) – THE REAR AXLE TRAILING ARMS

Published on 5 May 2021
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PORSCHE CAYENNE (16/09/2020 – 31/10/2020) RECALL:

Problem description:

A possibility that lock nuts were installed on the rear axle trailing arms that were not manufactured according to the required parameter field.


Remedy: The lock nuts on the axle trailing arms of the rear axle must be replaced with nuts manufactured in accordance with the specifications.



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Recall Launch Date 05/05/2021
Recall No R/2021/151
Make PORSCHE
Model CAYENNE
Recall Model Information CAYENNE
Manufacturer Ref AMA9
VIN start WP1ZZZ9YZMDA13276
VIN end WP1ZZZ9YZMDA61428
Build start 16/09/2020
Build end 31/10/2020
Vehicle numbers 50

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