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Our law firm is investigating a potential class action lawsuit involving alleged defects in certain Porsche vehicles manufactured between 2010 and 2012.  There are reports  that the aluminum camshaft adjuster bolts can fail which can set off a chain of additional failures including total engine failure.

This is an issue that Porsche has known about since at least 2013, when they issued a service campaign (WC-22) for owners of the 2011 Cayenne S or Cayenne Turbo models. Despite this knowledge, no formal recall or service action has been implemented for all the vehicles allegedly involved, including the Panamera which also may be affected.

Based on our investigation to date, it appears that Porsche will replace these defective bolts if the failure has not occurred, but is refusing to reimburse owners for the expenses incurred to repair damage caused by the defective bolts.

If you have owned or leased a 2010 to 2012 Porsche vehicle that has suffered from cam shaft bolt defect and you are interested in learning more about how we can help, please provide the following information:

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