2004 BMW 7 SERIES Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) problems & defects.

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BMW 7 SERIES Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) problems : 1.

Vehicle Became Hard To Control, And Consumer Was Able To Contain It. After Coming To A Full Stop Rear Driver’s Wheel Continued To Spin. Vehicle Had To Be Towed, And No Defects Were Found.*ak

Mileage was 21000 miles. BMW 7 SERIES 2004 problem was reported in MIAMI BEACH, FL. Original Owner. Vehicle was using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was using Cruise Control.BMW 7 SERIES 2004 drive type:U. FUEL SYSTEM:Fuel injection. FUEL TYPE: GAS. BMW 7 SERIES 2004 TRANSMISSION TYPE: AUTO.

Apr 24, 2005

2004 BMW 7 SERIES problems and complaints, and up-to-date recall information. If you are researching a used BMW 7 SERIES, driving a 2004 BMW 7 SERIES, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) problems and defects.

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