Ottawa, Ontario – Transport Canada has issued its latest recalls, which may affect some General Motors and Porsche vehicles.

2011 Chevrolet Cruze
Vehicles affected: 19,827
On certain vehicles, the automatic transmission shift linkage may not have been installed correctly during vehicle assembly. As a result, the shift lever indicator may not accurately reflect the actual transmission gear selection and could allow the driver to move the shifter to Park and remove the ignition key even if the transmission gear is not in the Park position. Dealers will inspect and, if necessary, adjust the transmission shift linkage.

2011 Chevrolet Cruze
Vehicles affected: 25,053
On certain vehicles, the bolt attaching the intermediate steering shaft to the steering gear input shaft may not have been properly installed during vehicle assembly. This could allow the joint to separate, resulting in the loss of steering function. Dealers will inspect and, if required, repair the intermediate shaft/steering gear assembly to ensure the bolt is fully seated and the shaft is properly assembled.

2011 Chevrolet Express
2011 GMC Savana
Vehicles affected: 631
On certain vehicles, the right rear brake hose may contact the tire or wheel rim. This could cause chafe damage, resulting in a brake fluid leak. This could increase stopping distances. Dealers will secure the right rear brake hose to ensure sufficient clearance to the wheel/tire assembly. The hose will also be inspected for damage and, if necessary, replaced.

2011 Chevrolet Colorado
2011 GMC Canyon
Vehicles affected: 909
On certain vehicles, the windshield wiper motor crank arm nut may not have been adequately tightened during vehicle assembly. If the nut loosens, it could result in a loss of windshield wiping capability. Dealers will torque the nut to specifications.

2010-2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS
2010-2011 Porsche 911 GT3
2010-2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
2010-2011 Porsche 911 Turbo
2010-2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S
Vehicles affected: 174
On certain vehicles, the wheel retention system may fail and allow a wheel to separate from the vehicle. Dealers will replace the central wheel lock bolts.

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