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Meyer Wilson Sues Porsche for Malfunctioning Infotainment System

On January 29, 2020, Meyer Wilson and its co-counsel filed a class action lawsuit against Porsche in the federal district court in Atlanta.

The lawsuit seeks financial compensation on behalf of Porsche owners whose on-board PCM “infotainment” systems malfunctioned after receiving a software update that was allegedly related to Sirius XM radio.

All Porsche models from 2010 and onward that were equipped with a satellite radio appear to have been affected, including best-sellers like the Panamera, Macan, and Cayenne.

As a result of the update, Meyer Wilson alleges that the PCM entered a near-constant reboot cycle that damaged the PCM’s hard drive, rendered it effectively inoperable, and drained the vehicle’s battery. Many Porsche owners had to pay thousands of dollars out of their own pockets to replace their PCM.

The lawyers at Meyer Wilson seek to hold Porsche accountable to the Porsche owners who were harmed. If your Porsche PCM malfunctioned after receiving a Sirius XM software update, please contact us for a free consultation.

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