• Dec 5th 2007 at 9:36AM
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Porsche has found faults in a few switches controlling the traction control and electronic suspension adjustment systems in 128 of their 911 GT3 and 911 GT3 RS vehicles. The faulty switches can lead to the loss of traction control and the inability of the suspension to adjust with speed or mode selection. Models produced in 2007 between the dates of September 28th and November 9th are being recalled in order to implement the necessary repairs.

[Source: Guardian Unlimited UK]

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Smallest. Recall. Ever.

      And quite awesome too.
      • 7 Years Ago
      So much for the superior german assembly *sarcasim*
      • 4 Years Ago
      Reads fine print on bag containing Porsche 911 switches:

      "Warning; this part was assembled by a Chinese person who doesn't get paid enough to care and who was supplied parts by engineers who really need to finish rehab".
      • 7 Years Ago
      Here's where it pays to be a high margin/low volume automaker.
      • 7 Years Ago
      This just in: Porsche recalling every Porsche ever exported to the U.S. to rebadge the vehicles to the phonetic "Poursh-Uh" spelling.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I thought the GT3 was the hardest, most extreme of the 911 series. Why does it even have traction control in the first place? I thought none of them did.

      Inability to engage traction control? GOOD, I say.
      • 7 Years Ago
      crap...i gotta take mine in...at least i still got the stang to hold me off while it's in
      • 7 Years Ago
      Toyota sucks!!!!!!!!!!!! oh, wait...
      • 7 Years Ago
      i'd love to know who made the switches. did they buy some crud off a broker cause ITT was @ 12 weeks?
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