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recall information

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Original published date

make and model information

Year range
Affected units

Identifying features

See attached VIN list
VIN (Vehicle identification number)

What are the defects?

Due to a production issue with the transmission oil pipe at the supplier's production line, the integrity of the welded joint may be compromised and cause a transmission fluid leak.

What are the hazards?

Should the transmission fluid leak occur while driving, the escaping oil could potentially pose an accident hazard for vehicle occupants and following vehicles.

What should consumers do?

A letter will be sent to affected owners advising them to contact Porsche to book their vehicle in for a free-of-charge repair in July 2020, when parts will be available.

Until your workshop appointment, if you notice a leak coming from your vehicle, park it safely and immediately contact your nearest Porsche Centre by phone. If you require assistance out of business hours, phone Porsche Roadside Assistance on 1800 659 911.

For further information, consumers can also contact their local Porsche Centre, or visit the website for contact details of their preferred Porsche Centre.
Supplier details
Porsche AG

Who should owners/operators contact for more information?

Responsible regulator

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications is the responsible regulator for this recall.

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