(Adds details on VW Touareg, background) By Alexander Huebner STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche said it had recalled 22,158 Cayenne sports utility vehicles due to wiring problems on Friday, while Volkswagen said 6,500 of its Touaregs had also needed fixing. Both vehicles, built on the same platform, had a fault that could lead to a cable fire beneath the instrument panel, but there had so far been no known accidents as a result of the problem, Porsche said. A ...
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