BMW 335i Air Bags Recall | Nov 12, 2013

2013 BMW 335i Air Bags Recall | Nov 12, 2013

Bmw Of North America Llc (bmw) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006 325i, 325xi, 330i, 330xi Sedans And 325xi Sports Wagons, Model Year 2007 328i, 328xi, 335i, 335xi Sedans And 328i And 328xi Sports Wagons, Model Year 2006-2007 525i, 525xi, 530i, 530xi, 550i Sedans And 530xi Sports Wagons, Model Year 2006 760i Sedans, Model Year 2006-2007 750i, 750li, And 760li Sedans, And Model Year 2006 X5 Sports Activity Vehicles, Equipped With Certain Seat Types. The Front Passenger Seat Occupant Detection Mat That Determines If And How The Passenger Frontal Air Bag Should Deploy In A Crash May Fatigue And Develop Cracks Which Could Lead To A System Failure.

Should The System Fail, In The Event Of A Crash, The Front Passenger Air Bag Would Be Deactivated, Increasing The Risk Of Personal Injury.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners With An Interim Notification Letter In January 2014 Since Parts Are Not Currently Available. When Parts Are Available, Bmw Sent A Second Letter In August And Dealers Will Repair The Occupant Detection Mat To Eliminate The Possibility That It May Crack, Free Of Charge. Additionally, Owners Of Model Year 2006-2007 3 Series With Standard Seats, 5 Series With Comfort Seats, And Z4 Models, Will Receive An Extended Warranty On Their Front Passenger Seat Occupant Detection Mat. Owners May Contact Bmw Customer Relations At 1-800-525-7417 Or Email Bmw At Customerrelations@bmwusa.com.

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 Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Nov 12, 2013 for 2013 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Air Bags problems.

BMW 335i Air Bags,frontal,sensor/control Module Recall | Nov 12, 2013

2013 BMW 335i Air Bags,frontal,sensor/control Module Recall | Nov 12, 2013

Bmw Of North America Llc (bmw) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2006 325i, 325xi, 330i, 330xi Sedans And 325xi Sports Wagons, Model Year 2007 328i, 328xi, 335i, 335xi Sedans And 328i And 328xi Sports Wagons, Model Year 2006-2007 525i, 525xi, 530i, 530xi, 550i Sedans And 530xi Sports Wagons, Model Year 2006 760i Sedans, Model Year 2006-2007 750i, 750li, And 760li Sedans, And Model Year 2006 X5 Sports Activity Vehicles, Equipped With Certain Seat Types. The Front Passenger Seat Occupant Detection Mat That Determines If And How The Passenger Frontal Air Bag Should Deploy In A Crash May Fatigue And Develop Cracks Which Could Lead To A System Failure.

Should The System Fail, In The Event Of A Crash, The Front Passenger Air Bag Would Be Deactivated, Increasing The Risk Of Personal Injury.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners With An Interim Notification Letter In January 2014 Since Parts Are Not Currently Available. When Parts Are Available, Bmw Sent A Second Letter In August And Dealers Will Repair The Occupant Detection Mat To Eliminate The Possibility That It May Crack, Free Of Charge. Additionally, Owners Of Model Year 2006-2007 3 Series With Standard Seats, 5 Series With Comfort Seats, And Z4 Models, Will Receive An Extended Warranty On Their Front Passenger Seat Occupant Detection Mat. Owners May Contact Bmw Customer Relations At 1-800-525-7417 Or Email Bmw At Customerrelations@bmwusa.com.

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 Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Nov 12, 2013 for 2013 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Air Bags,frontal,sensor/control Module problems.

BMW 335i Electrical System Recall | Feb 07, 2013

2013 BMW 335i Electrical System Recall | Feb 07, 2013

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2008-2012 1-series Coupes And Convertibles Manufactured December 2007 Through September 2011; And 2007-2011 3-series Coupes And Convertibles Manufactured March 2007 Through October 2011; 2007-2011 3-series Sedans Manufactured March 2007 Through October 2011; 2007-2011 3-series Sports Wagons Manufactured March 2007 Through June 2011; And 2009-2011 Z4 Vehicles Manufactured March 2009 Through June 2011. In February 2013, Bmw Recalled 504,545 Vehicles. In July 2013, Bmw Informed The Agency That It Was Adding 1-series, 3-series, And Z4 Vehicles, Representing An Additional 12,094 Vehicles. The Total Number Of Vehicles Being Recalled Is Now 516,791. The Connector For The Positive Battery Cable Connector And The Corresponding Terminal On The Fuse Box May Degrade Over Time. Over Time, The High Current Flow And Heat From Electrical Resistance May Lead To A Breakage Of The Connection, And A Loss Of Electrical Power To The Vehicle.

If There Is A Loss Of Electrical Power To The Vehicle, The Vehicle May Unexpectedly Stall, Increasing The Risk Of A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners, And Dealers Will Replace The Positive Battery Cable Connector And Secure It With An Improved Method, Free Of Charge. The Recall Began On March 13, 2013. Owners May Call Bmw At 1-800-525-7417 Or Email Bmw At Customerrelations@bmwusa.com.

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 Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Feb 07, 2013 for 2013 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Electrical System problems.

BMW 335i Electrical System,battery,cables Recall | Feb 07, 2013

2013 BMW 335i Electrical System,battery,cables Recall | Feb 07, 2013

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2008-2012 1-series Coupes And Convertibles Manufactured December 2007 Through September 2011; And 2007-2011 3-series Coupes And Convertibles Manufactured March 2007 Through October 2011; 2007-2011 3-series Sedans Manufactured March 2007 Through October 2011; 2007-2011 3-series Sports Wagons Manufactured March 2007 Through June 2011; And 2009-2011 Z4 Vehicles Manufactured March 2009 Through June 2011. In February 2013, Bmw Recalled 504,545 Vehicles. In July 2013, Bmw Informed The Agency That It Was Adding 1-series, 3-series, And Z4 Vehicles, Representing An Additional 12,094 Vehicles. The Total Number Of Vehicles Being Recalled Is Now 516,791. The Connector For The Positive Battery Cable Connector And The Corresponding Terminal On The Fuse Box May Degrade Over Time. Over Time, The High Current Flow And Heat From Electrical Resistance May Lead To A Breakage Of The Connection, And A Loss Of Electrical Power To The Vehicle.

If There Is A Loss Of Electrical Power To The Vehicle, The Vehicle May Unexpectedly Stall, Increasing The Risk Of A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners, And Dealers Will Replace The Positive Battery Cable Connector And Secure It With An Improved Method, Free Of Charge. The Recall Began On March 13, 2013. Owners May Call Bmw At 1-800-525-7417 Or Email Bmw At Customerrelations@bmwusa.com.

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 Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Feb 07, 2013 for 2013 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Electrical System,battery,cables problems.

BMW 335i Electrical System,fuses And Circuit Breakers Recall | Feb 07, 2013

2013 BMW 335i Electrical System,fuses And Circuit Breakers Recall | Feb 07, 2013

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2008-2012 1-series Coupes And Convertibles Manufactured December 2007 Through September 2011; And 2007-2011 3-series Coupes And Convertibles Manufactured March 2007 Through October 2011; 2007-2011 3-series Sedans Manufactured March 2007 Through October 2011; 2007-2011 3-series Sports Wagons Manufactured March 2007 Through June 2011; And 2009-2011 Z4 Vehicles Manufactured March 2009 Through June 2011. In February 2013, Bmw Recalled 504,545 Vehicles. In July 2013, Bmw Informed The Agency That It Was Adding 1-series, 3-series, And Z4 Vehicles, Representing An Additional 12,094 Vehicles. The Total Number Of Vehicles Being Recalled Is Now 516,791. The Connector For The Positive Battery Cable Connector And The Corresponding Terminal On The Fuse Box May Degrade Over Time. Over Time, The High Current Flow And Heat From Electrical Resistance May Lead To A Breakage Of The Connection, And A Loss Of Electrical Power To The Vehicle.

If There Is A Loss Of Electrical Power To The Vehicle, The Vehicle May Unexpectedly Stall, Increasing The Risk Of A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners, And Dealers Will Replace The Positive Battery Cable Connector And Secure It With An Improved Method, Free Of Charge. The Recall Began On March 13, 2013. Owners May Call Bmw At 1-800-525-7417 Or Email Bmw At Customerrelations@bmwusa.com.

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 Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Feb 07, 2013 for 2013 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Electrical System,fuses And Circuit Breakers problems.

BMW 335i Power Train,driveline,driveshaft Recall | Sept 15, 2011

2011 BMW 335i Power Train,driveline,driveshaft Recall | Sept 15, 2011

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2011 328i Xdrive And 335i Xdrive Vehicles Manufactured From February 8, 2011, Through July 29, 2011. The Front Driveshaft Attachment Bolts May Not Have Been Tightened To Specification. If The Bolts Were Not Tightened To Specification, They May Become Loose.

If The Bolts Loosen, It Could Lead To A Loss Of Power To The Front Wheels And Ultimately A Vehicle Breakdown, Increasing The Risk Of A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners, And Dealers Will Replace The Front Driveshaft Attachment Bolts Free Of Charge. The Safety Recall Is Expected To Begin During October 2011. Owners May Contact Bmw Customer Relations And Services At 1-800-525-7417.

Owners May Also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To http://www.safercar.gov .

This recall was issued on Sept 15, 2011 for 2011 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW OF NORTH AMERICA, LLC, in response to Power Train,driveline,driveshaft problems.

BMW 335i Engine And Engine Cooling,engine Recall | Apr 10, 2014

2014 BMW 335i Engine And Engine Cooling,engine Recall | Apr 10, 2014

Bmw Of North America, Llc (bmw) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2010-2011 128i Coupe, 128i Convertible, 328i Sedan, 328i Xdrive Sedan, 328i Coupe, 328i Convertible, 328i Sports Wagon And Z4 Sdrive 30i, 2011-2012 135i Coupe, 135i Convertible, 335i Sedan, X5 Xdrive 35i, And X6 Xdrive 35i, 2011 335i Xdrive Sedan, 335i Coupe, 335i Convertible, 528i Sedan, 535i Sedan, 535i Xdrive Sedan, X3 Xdrive 28i, And X3 Xdrive 35i, 2010 X3 Xdrive 30i, And X5 Xdrive 30i, 2012 640i Coupe, And 640i Convertible And 2010-2012 535i Gran Turismo Vehicles. In The Affected Vehicles, The Bolts That Secure The Housing For The Variable Camshaft Timing Adjustment (vanos) Unit Can Loosen Over Time And May Possibly Break.

If The Bolts Loosen Or Break The Engine May Have Reduced Power Or Stall. An Engine Stall Increases The Risk Of A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners, And Dealers Will Replace The Four Vanos Housing Bolts For Both Vanos Units (intake And Exhaust), Free Of Charge. In Addition, Owners Of Approximately 170,172 Model Year 2010-2012 Bmw Vehicles Equipped With Inline 6 Cylinder Engines Not Covered By This Recall, Will Receive An Extended Warranty To Address This Condition. The Recall Began On September 24, 2014. 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 Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Apr 10, 2014 for 2014 BMW 335i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Engine And Engine Cooling,engine problems.