Porsche Recalls Over 6,000 Taycan Electric Cars In China


In a recent report published by CnEVPost, Porsche imported 6,172 Taycan EVs from the 2020 and 2021 model years into China.

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Between January 7, 2020, and March 29, 2021, the cars with potential issues were produced.

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Porsche's recall process will begin on July 30, 2022, according to Shanghai's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR).

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There is a problem with the wiring harness for the front driver and passenger seats in the latest Porsche Taycan recall.

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It is possible for the wire harness to become damaged, as well as the seats' Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) to malfunction.

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In the event that the seat becomes inoperable or the SRS stops working, there is a safety risk. Accidents involving a failed restraint system could increase the risk of injury.

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Porsche will inspect all recalled vehicles' seat wire harnesses free of charge at its dealers.

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A damaged or disconnected harness will be repaired or replaced by Porsche, and it will be wrapped in such a way that it cannot be further damaged.

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