BMW 3 Series Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,fan Recall | Aug 10, 2012

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2012 BMW 3 Series Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,fan Recall | Aug 10, 2012

This Recall Involves Aftermarket Parts Sold By Valeo. Valeo Is Recalling Certain Engine Cooling Fans, Part Numbers 696121, 696273, And 696275, Used As Service Replacement Parts For Model Year 2008-2011 Bmw 1-series, 2006-2011 Bmw 3-series, 2000-2009 Bmw 5-series, 2004-2005 Bmw 6-series, And 2006-2007 Bmw 7-series Vehicles. A Metal-oxide Semiconductor May Overheat Due To Insufficient Screwing Of The Semiconductor On The Aluminum Heat Sink. This Primary Failure Could Cause Adjacent Components On The Fan Assembly Motor Circuit Board To Overheat And Short.

This Condition Could Cause The Fan Motor To Become Inoperative, Or Cause The Motor Circuit Board In The Assembly To Overheat, Potentially Leading To A Fire In The Engine Compartment.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Valeo Will Notify Owners And Replace The Fans Free Of Charge. The Safety Recall Began On August 22, 2012. This Recall Is Being Conducted By Valeo, Not By Bmw. For Further Information, Owners May Contact Valeo At 1-888-718-2536.

Owners May Also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To

This recall was issued on Aug 10, 2012 for 2012 BMW 3 Series, manufactured by Valeo, in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,cooling System,fan problems.

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