Porsche to recall 67 Porsche 911 Carrera cars in Korea for Possible Fuel Line Failure

Porsche AG has issued a recall of 67 vehicles in South Korea due to problems with fuel lines. Subject to the recall are four models of the Porsche 911 Carrera, which were produced in Germany between Sept. 8 last year and Jan. 24 this year. A design flaw in the fuel line could interfere with a coolant line, causing it to become disconnected and increasing the risk of a fuel leak that could cause the engine to stall, according to the statement.

Owners of the Porsche vehicles can receive free repairs starting Monday.

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