Porsche Recall: Window Detachment Issue Resolved

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Porsche Recall Window Detachment Issue Resolved

Porsche Cars North America has issued a recall for 8,101 Neunelfer models manufactured between July 8, 2019, and October 30, 2023, for the 2020 through 2024 model years.

The recall addresses potential detachment issues with the front and rear windows, supplied by UK-based Pilkington San Salvo, due to improper bonding caused by potassium salt bath residues in the primer area.

Although Porsche hasn’t received reports of crashes related to this issue, 15 warranty claims regarding cloudy surfaces and optical deficiencies prompted the investigation.

Porsche Recall Window Detachment Issue Resolved

To remedy the problem, Porsche dealers will inspect and replace any affected windows free of charge. Pilkington San Salvo has implemented measures to clean the glass properly, eliminating potassium salt bath residues to ensure proper adhesion.

Owner notification letters will be sent by April 26, and affected part numbers include 992845099CM, 992845099DB, 992845047R, and 992845047R992845047S.

In addition to the recall, Porsche enthusiasts can anticipate the final year of the pre-facelift 992 model, with the introduction of the highly exclusive 911 Sport Classic, featuring retro styling cues and a powerful manual transmission.


By Jayson O'Neil

Jayson is a car-o-holic, and you will often find him writing about cars & bikes here at DaxStreet. You can reach out to him at [email protected]

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