BMW Z4 Electrical System,wiring Recall | Aug 11, 2009

2009 BMW Z4 Electrical System,wiring Recall | Aug 11, 2009

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2009 Z4 30i And 35i Vehicles Manufactured Between March 10 And March 19, 2009. A Defective Crimp Connector In A Belt Tensioner Wiring Plug May Lead To Increased Electrical Resistance Of That Connection.

Increased Electrical Resistance In That Circuit Could Cause The Safety Belt Tensioner To Fail To Deploy In A Crash, Possibly Resulting In Increased Injury To The Seat Occupant.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: The Safety Belt Tensioner Wiring Will Be Repaired Free Of Charge. The Recall Began On September 5, 2009. Owners May Contact Bmw Customer Relations 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 Aug 11, 2009 for 2009 BMW Z4, manufactured by BMW OF NORTH AMERICA, LLC, in response to Electrical System,wiring problems.

BMW R Model Electrical System,wiring Recall | Nov 25, 2003

2003 BMW R Model Electrical System,wiring Recall | Nov 25, 2003

On Certain Motorcycles, The Electrical Wiring For The Oxygen Sensor And The Ignition Lead For The Right-hand Secondary Spark Plug Have A Parallel Routing Over Part Of Their Installation Path. The Close Proximity Of These Cables May Allow The Signal From The Ignition Lead To Interfere With The Signal From The Oxygen Sensor Wiring.

As A Result, Engine Hesitation Or Misfiring Could Occur, Which Could Result In A Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Re-route The Electrical Wiring To The Oxygen Sensor. Owner Notification Began December 10, 2003. Owners Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117, Option #4.

Customers Can Also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-888-dash-2-dot (1-888-327-4236).

This recall was issued on Nov 25, 2003 for 2003 BMW R Model, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Electrical System,wiring problems.

BMW R1100 Electrical System,wiring Recall | Dec 31, 1997

1997 BMW R1100 Electrical System,wiring Recall | Dec 31, 1997

Vehicle Description: Motorcycles. A Sheet Metal Plate Mounted To The Front Of The Frame Below The Instrument Cluster Can Cause The Wiring Harness To Be Stretched Too Tight As The Handlebars Are Turned Fully To One Side. In Addition, The Wiring Harness Is Attached To Another Harness With A Cable Tie That Is Placed Too Far Forward Limiting The Handlebar Movement.

The Harness Wires Can Be Damaged Or Could Break Or Pull Out Of The Ignition Switch. If The Harness Wires Were Damaged But Not Broken Or Disconnected, The Electrical System Could Be Affected While The Motorcycle Is Being Driven. Hesitation, Misfiring, Or “cutting Out” Could Occur Increasing The Risk Of A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Relocate The Wire Tie Connecting The Two Wiring Harnesses To A Point Further Back From The Original Location So That The Ignition Switch Wiring Harness Has Sufficient Freedom Of Movement. Also If The Wiring Harness Is Found To Be Damaged, The Ignition Switch (with Harness) Will Be Replaced.

Owner Notification Is Expected To Begin By Late February 1998.owners Who Take Their Motorcycles To An Authorized Dealer On An Agreed Upon Service Date And Do Not Receive The Free Remedy Within A Reasonable Time Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117, Option #5.also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-800-424-9393.

This recall was issued on Dec 31, 1997 for 1997 BMW R1100, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Electrical System,wiring problems.

BMW R850 Electrical System,wiring Recall | Dec 31, 1997

1997 BMW R850 Electrical System,wiring Recall | Dec 31, 1997

Vehicle Description: Motorcycles. A Sheet Metal Plate Mounted To The Front Of The Frame Below The Instrument Cluster Can Cause The Wiring Harness To Be Stretched Too Tight As The Handlebars Are Turned Fully To One Side. In Addition, The Wiring Harness Is Attached To Another Harness With A Cable Tie That Is Placed Too Far Forward Limiting The Handlebar Movement.

The Harness Wires Can Be Damaged Or Could Break Or Pull Out Of The Ignition Switch. If The Harness Wires Were Damaged But Not Broken Or Disconnected, The Electrical System Could Be Affected While The Motorcycle Is Being Driven. Hesitation, Misfiring, Or “cutting Out” Could Occur Increasing The Risk Of A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Relocate The Wire Tie Connecting The Two Wiring Harnesses To A Point Further Back From The Original Location So That The Ignition Switch Wiring Harness Has Sufficient Freedom Of Movement. Also If The Wiring Harness Is Found To Be Damaged, The Ignition Switch (with Harness) Will Be Replaced.

Owner Notification Is Expected To Begin By Late February 1998.owners Who Take Their Motorcycles To An Authorized Dealer On An Agreed Upon Service Date And Do Not Receive The Free Remedy Within A Reasonable Time Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117, Option #5.also Contact The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Auto Safety Hotline At 1-800-424-9393.

This recall was issued on Dec 31, 1997 for 1997 BMW R850, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Electrical System,wiring problems.