Porsche Recall Of 918 Spyder
Porsche has issued a recall on the 918 Spyder due to safety issues with the seatbelt. Here is the full Porsche recall press release:
Statement July 11, 2016 No. 51/16
Porsche Cars North America Statement Regarding 918 Spyder Recall
The original parts catalog for the 918 Spyder inadvertently transposed the locations for the screws which respectively secure the seat belt mount and the belt reel mount. These screws are one-time-use only and are not the same. We cannot rule out the possibility that, due to the mistake in the catalog, technicians who had to work on those components might have been led to install the wrong screw in the wrong location. In that event, the function of the seat belt system could possibly be impaired in the event of an accident. To prevent this risk, the fastening screws on the seat belt mount and on the belt reel on all 918 Spyder vehicles will be checked. Depending upon the result of the check, Porsche might replace the screws on some vehicles. In an abundance of caution, Porsche is treating this as a safety-related recall and will make contact with all owners. The mistake in the parts catalog already has been corrected.
Other Porsche Recalls
This is not the first recall issued for the Spyder. There have been at least three other recalls within the last two years; one recall involving the front axle, one involving the wiring harness and another involving the rear control arms.