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Crash Test Data for 2019 PorscheNo crash test data exists.
Service Bulletins for 2019 Porsche
|2019 PORSCHE 911|
|Bulletin Number: 122-G6G3Q-11|
|Subject: Moulding for side window Concern: There is a possibility that the wrong lubricant was used for fitting the side windows. If this is the case, there may be a chemical reaction and this will damage the coating on the moulding.|
|Bulletin Number: 122-Q5H6W-10|
|Information: Due to amanufacturing error, there is a possibility that the front screws for securing the rear axle struts to the body do not meet the required specifications. As a result, the front fastening screws can break over the servi|
|2019 PORSCHE CAYENNE|
|Bulletin Number: 122-H9B3X-11|
|Technical Background Slight variations in the molding process are causing this phenomenon. Porsche is currently working closely with the supplier to improve the processes and eliminate the possibility of these issues occurring.|
|Bulletin Number: 122-K3E2B-09|
|Subject: Retainer spring for front brake pad Symptom: A clicking noise can come from around the front axle when changing direction of travel or when braking suddenly while driving slowly. Cause: During load changes or changes in direction|
|Bulletin Number: 122-K8T6V-10|
|Subject: Instrument cluster Information: Due to a faulty Timer function for the internal clock in the instrument cluster, there is a possibility that the control unit system will be activated cyclically by the instrument cluster after stop|
|Bulletin Number: 122-Y3U4Z-11|
|Service Information The PIWIS tester message claims that the vehicle fails a check of radio communication reception. PAG is aware of this condition and is investigating the root cause. At this time, when this condition is not accompanied|
|2019 PORSCHE PANAMERA|
|Bulletin Number: 122-J2B6T-09|
|Information: With the current transmission software, a clicking noise can be heard in the drive train on the affected vehicles under certain driving conditions. The customer may hear this noise during a load change while driving slowly, fo|
|Bulletin Number: 122-N9P9V-09|
|Symptom: Exterior mirror can make squeaking noises when folding in and out. Cause: The exterior mirror can squeak when folding in and out due to the sealing geometry of the joint gap seal between the mirror base and mirror housing. This c|
|Bulletin Number: 122-Q8U7C-10|
|Subject: Connecting links on rear PDCC anti-roll bar Information: The durability of the installed connecting links on the rear PDCC anti-roll bar cannot be guaranteed over the service life of the vehicle due to amanufacturing defect. Thi|
Recalls for 2019 Porsche
|2019 PORSCHE CAYENNE|
|NHTSA Campaign ID:||SEAT BELTS:REAR|
|Manufacturer:||Porsche Cars North America, Inc.|
|Manufacture Dates:||08/21/2018 - 09/21/2018|
|Potential Units Affected:||415|
Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (Porsche) is recalling certain 2019 Porsche Cayenne vehicles. The passenger side rear seat belt buckle may break under load, such as in the event of a crash. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 209, "Seat Belt Assemblies."
If the seat belt buckle breaks in the event of a crash, the occupant will not be properly restrained, increasing their risk of injury.
Porsche will notify owners, and dealers will replace the passenger rear seat belt buckle, free of charge. The recall began November 30, 2018. Owners may contact Porsche customer service at 1-800-767-7243. Porsche's number for this recall is AJ09.