Recall of Porsche Taycans due to potential cracking and leakage of brake hoses

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  • Porsche is recalling 31,689 units of Taycans manufactured between 2022 to 2025
  • The reason for the recall is a problem with the front brake tubes
  • Starting from July 3, Porsche will begin notifying owners

Porsche has decided to recall 31,689 Taycan variants due to the risk associated with defective front brake hoses that might crack and cause fluid leaks.

These impacted vehicles range from model years 2020 to 2025, encompassing the initial launch of Taycan up to the present model year, which includes an updated Taycan series.

The specific problem lies in the front brakes tubes that could potentially experience strain at the point of minimal bending radii, resulting in potential damage to the inner fabric lining of the tubes, as per a report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This tension can arise when the tubes are compressed during specific steering and driving conditions, as stated in the report.

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Ensuring the security of our customers is our prime concern,” shared a Porsche representative with Green Car Reports. “As a preventive measure, Porsche has recently opted for a recall to substitute the front brake tubes in the affected Porsche Taycan models due to the likelihood of leakage. In case of this issue, the driver will receive alerts through notification messages on the dashboard. Customers will be informed in due time, and the remedy will be provided free of charge.”

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Warning messages on the dashboard could indicate “low brake fluid” or “PSM failure.” The upgraded brake tubes being fitted by dealers come with a higher bending radius. These new tubes were also integrated into production starting May 13, 2024, hence vehicles manufactured after this date would already have them installed from the factory.

Letters notifying the owners are scheduled to be dispatched on July 3. Owners seeking more details can reach out to Porsche at 1-800-767-7243 or visit Porsche’s recall page. They can also contact the NHTSA at 1-888-327-4236. The reference number for this recall from the agency is 24V455000.

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