German sports vehicle manufacturer Porsche is recalling some 911 GT3 vehicles from the 2010 model year owing to troubles with their back wheels, which could result in an augmented chance of crashes.
In a paper filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Porsche stated that the faulty cars’ back wheel portions might be prone to malfunction in some driving conditions.
The company also stated that its original suggested maintenance intervals for the defected portions may not be sufficient for forestalling the back wheel-hub trouble.
If the back hub bursts, the device driver could lose control of the car. The recall comprises 455 vehicles fabricated from May 15, 2009 to Feb. 11, 2010.
Porsche stated that the dealers will reinstate the wheel hubs without charge.
Porsche is also refreshing its service interval specs and will provide possessors the new timetable. The recall is likely to start this month. Owners may make contact with the company at 800-767-7243.