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Porsche 918 Spyder Recalled Once Again

 at Porsche 918 Spyder Recalled Once Again

It seems that each year Porsche discovers a new fault with the 918 Spyder hyper car. In 2014 they issued a recall to fix the car’s rear control arm. Then in 2015 they recalled the vehicle to address a problem with the wiring. And now in 2016 there’s another recall for Porsche 918 Spyder because something might be wrong with its seat belts.

It should be pointed out that all of Porsche 918 Spyder faults seem to be little and fairly insignificant and that the recalls are largely precautionary. But still, one expects a car maker of Porsche’s class and prestige, and a car of the 918’s category and price range to be faultless when it comes out of the factory. After all, Porsche has a reputation for absolute quality and craftsmanship. But they seem to have dropped the ball with their finest product.

As for the details of the 2016 Porsche 918 Spyder recall, the problem is with the locations for the screws that secure the seat belt mount and the belt reel mount. Apparently the original parts catalog “inadvertently transposed” the screws which obviously may have led to the installation of the screws in the wrong position and impair the function of the seat belts in the case of an accident. In this recall the 918’s seat belt mount and on the belt reel will be checked on all cars and replaced in needed.

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