Attorneys open investigation on potentially defective drive shaft center bearing in 2002-2010 Porsche Cayenne vehicles

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Attorneys have opened an investigation of the 2002-2010 Porsche Cayenne (First Generation Porsche Cayenne) vehicles which have an allegedly defective drive shaft center bearing that is prone to premature failure.  When the drive shaft bearing or its support fails, it may lead to extreme vibration and noise, and may damage the drive shaft itself, which would affect the drivability of the vehicle.

This is a common issue in the 2002-2010 Porsche Cayennes that reportedly was corrected in later model years. Porsche dealers typically require replacement of the entire drive shaft if the drive shaft bearing fails. This repair will can cost several thousand dollars.

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Adam S. said
426 days ago
Just got this issue on wife's 2009 Cayenne. No recalls on this issue still. Need to get it checked out and definitely don't want to pay dealer price to fix it all.


Susan D. said
375 days ago
2008 Cayenne: drive shaft getting fixed as I type. Husband recalls it already having been replaced once at same dealer.


Marie S. said
368 days ago
Yes. I had to replace my drive shaft in a 2009 Porsche Cayenne. My mechanic told me about the defect. I am an Idaho resident and I purchased it in Idaho. Can I get reimbursed by Porsche?


brian j. said
353 days ago
i have this issue. have not driven car in months cause i thought it was my fault for some reason and it was going to cost a lot to fix.. this is def porsche issue.. no dought a safety recall should be in effect!!! I ALMOST DIED WHEN IT BROKE!! i was shifting gears and i was stuck in middle of road near Boston with rush hour traffic flying at me! thank God i got it to the side of road where it got towed. my extended warranty is over..


George S. said
80 days ago
I had to replace my drive shaft in my 2006 Porsche Cayenne S . My mechanic said this is a notorious problem. Can I get reimbursed for the repairs costs by Porsche?

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