Porsche AG and Volkswagen AG issue recalls covering 22,158 Cayenne and 6,500 Touareg SUVs, respectively, due to a wiring problem. A spring in the handbrake could damage a cable underneath the instrument panel, possibly causing a fire, says Porsche. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. says the Cayenne’s main wiring harness was routed incorrectly and could lead to failure of electrical systems and fire. The two models are built on the same platform. Cayennes made between ...

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