Distributor of Porsche brand in Russia, the company "Porsche Russland", recalls 73 Porsche Cayenne and Porsche Panamera because of possible problems with the fuel injection system. Authorized dealers will notify owners of vehicles affected by the recall, newsletter or on the phone.
Distributor of Porsche brand in Russia the company "Porsche Russland" recalls 73 car models Cayenne and Panamera, States in the message of Rosstandart.
Will be revoked for 60 cars and Cayenne 13 - Panamera produced from 17 March 2011 to may 7, 2012.
"In vehicles, subject to review, there is a possibility of the leakage of the fuel chambers of the fuel injection system. In rare cases this can lead to the appearance of any foreign smell due to leakage of a small amount of fuel", - stated in the message.
Authorized dealers "Porsche Russland" will notify owners of vehicles covered by the recall, newsletter or on the phone about the need to provide the car to the nearest dealership for work that will be carried out free of charge to motorists.
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