Porsche Cars North America announces recall of over one thousand Porsche 911 Carreras with fuel line issues— Porsche owners beware- Potential lemon law claim

March 26, 2012- Porsche Cars North America announced the recall of 1,232 911- generation 911 Carrera S. These cars are being recalled for fuel line issues. It is possible that cold temperatures could cause the fuel line in these luxury vehicles to become loose, which could cause crashes and possibly cause these 911 Carrera to possibly spontaneously combust.

The vehicles affected by this recall are 911 Carrera S built between October 26, 2011 and January 24, 2012. If you purchased your vehicle prior to these dates, there is no need for alarm. However, if you have recently purchased a 911 Carrera S, it is strongly suggested you take this vehicle into a local authorized Porsche dealership immediately.

It should be noted that there have been no reported instances of accidents or vehicles spontaneously combusting to date. Let’s hope that it stays this way.

If you own or lease a 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S and are experiencing fuel line or engine problems, it is possible that your vehicle could be a lemon. In order for it qualify for relief under the lemon law your Porsche Carrera lemon would need to have multiple repair attempts for the same issue or problem.

If you have experienced problems with your lemon Porsche Carrera S, call the experienced lemon law lawyers at Consumer Law Experts for a confidential and FREE case evaluation today.

 

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