BMW M5 Engine And Engine Cooling,engine Recall | Sept 28, 2012

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2012 BMW M5 Engine And Engine Cooling,engine Recall | Sept 28, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013 M5, M6 Coupe, And M6 Convertible Vehicles, Manufactured From July 19, 2012, Through September 11, 2012. Due To A Manufacturing Process Error, The Tolerance Between The Engine Oil Pump’s Drive Shaft And The Pump’s Rotor Was Not Within Specification. As A Result, The Pump’s Driveshaft Could Separate From The Rotor.

Separation Of The Pump’s Driveshaft From The Rotor Could Lead To A Sudden Loss Of Oil Pressure Causing The Possibility Of Complete Engine Failure, Resulting In An Engine Stall-like Condition, Increasing The Risk Of A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners, And Dealers Will Replace The Oil Pump, Free Of Charge. The Safety Recall Began On November 30, 2012. Owners May Contact Bmw At 1-800-525-7417.

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 Sept 28, 2012 for 2012 BMW M5, manufactured by BMW OF NORTH AMERICA, LLC, in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,engine problems.

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