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- May 25, 2021
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- Frisco, TX
- Taycan RWD
This site says I have zero recalls, though.
You actually have 2 recalls on a 2021 Porsche Taycan 4S (scroll down some to see this. Also check out mfg “Comunications”, which I take as Service Bulletins):
You are correct - it was poorly worded on my part. I started to say it didn't include the Panamera, Macan or Cayennes. The "all" wasn't meant to be inclusive...I do not believe that you are quite right saying ALL taycans have this issue, there is a set of cars that have been identified as having this fault. not ALL
the site that you are depending on for the info appears to be in error.
I saw that, but both recalls list a small number of affected Taycans, neither of which my VIN appears to be part of.There are 2 NHTSA recalls on the 2021 4S. I have a post with the citation on this thred. steve
That’s right. You can read the actual notices at the location I cited. One must check to see whether one’s VIN number is affected. The point is there is a need to check, and seek correction if affected. In some cases, though, NHTSA says in the notice that the VIN numbers are not sequential. I take this to mean that even if one’s VIN number is within the range, it may not be subject to recall. In such case, I guess you call the dealer to ascertain coverage for your particular vehicle.there may be two recalls but they are not general recalls, the recalls are for specific sets of vehicles.
Yes, the site gives you the opportunity to see whether your VIN is affected. The point is to be aware of a recall and check. For one recall affecting the Taycan a notice to owners isn’t even scheduled to go out yet. Perhaps the NHTSA app will put owners on notice before they receive mfg notice. How did you become aware of the general recall notice, if I may ask? Steve