BMW 750i Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

2012 BMW 750i Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2005-2008 7-series Vehicles, Equipped With The Comfort Access Option, And Manufactured August 23, 2004, Through July 24, 2008. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electronic Key And An Electronic Connection Between The Gear Shifter And The Transmission (shift-by-wire) That Automatically Shifts The Transmission To Park When The Driver Presses The Start/stop Button To Shutdown The Engine. If The Driver Presses The Engine Start/stop Button 2 Or 3 Times Within A Short Time Interval, The System May Shift The Transmission To Neutral Rather Than Park. If Using The Electronic Key (comfort Access Mode), There Would Be No Protection From The Ignition Interlock That Prevents Key Removal If The Vehicle Is Not In Park.

If The Driver Exits The Vehicle With The Transmission In Neutral And The Parking Brake Is Not Applied, The Vehicle May Rollaway. Unattended Rollaway Incidents Often Result In A Crash Or Cause Injury To Pedestrians Attempting To Stop Or Enter The Vehicle Or To Other Bystanders In The Path Of The Vehicle.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners Beginning In November 2012. The Remedy Became Available In March 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’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Oct 17, 2012 for 2012 BMW 750i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 750li Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

2012 BMW 750li Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2005-2008 7-series Vehicles, Equipped With The Comfort Access Option, And Manufactured August 23, 2004, Through July 24, 2008. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electronic Key And An Electronic Connection Between The Gear Shifter And The Transmission (shift-by-wire) That Automatically Shifts The Transmission To Park When The Driver Presses The Start/stop Button To Shutdown The Engine. If The Driver Presses The Engine Start/stop Button 2 Or 3 Times Within A Short Time Interval, The System May Shift The Transmission To Neutral Rather Than Park. If Using The Electronic Key (comfort Access Mode), There Would Be No Protection From The Ignition Interlock That Prevents Key Removal If The Vehicle Is Not In Park.

If The Driver Exits The Vehicle With The Transmission In Neutral And The Parking Brake Is Not Applied, The Vehicle May Rollaway. Unattended Rollaway Incidents Often Result In A Crash Or Cause Injury To Pedestrians Attempting To Stop Or Enter The Vehicle Or To Other Bystanders In The Path Of The Vehicle.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners Beginning In November 2012. The Remedy Became Available In March 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’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Oct 17, 2012 for 2012 BMW 750li, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 745i Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

2012 BMW 745i Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2005-2008 7-series Vehicles, Equipped With The Comfort Access Option, And Manufactured August 23, 2004, Through July 24, 2008. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electronic Key And An Electronic Connection Between The Gear Shifter And The Transmission (shift-by-wire) That Automatically Shifts The Transmission To Park When The Driver Presses The Start/stop Button To Shutdown The Engine. If The Driver Presses The Engine Start/stop Button 2 Or 3 Times Within A Short Time Interval, The System May Shift The Transmission To Neutral Rather Than Park. If Using The Electronic Key (comfort Access Mode), There Would Be No Protection From The Ignition Interlock That Prevents Key Removal If The Vehicle Is Not In Park.

If The Driver Exits The Vehicle With The Transmission In Neutral And The Parking Brake Is Not Applied, The Vehicle May Rollaway. Unattended Rollaway Incidents Often Result In A Crash Or Cause Injury To Pedestrians Attempting To Stop Or Enter The Vehicle Or To Other Bystanders In The Path Of The Vehicle.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners Beginning In November 2012. The Remedy Became Available In March 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’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Oct 17, 2012 for 2012 BMW 745i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 745li Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

2012 BMW 745li Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2005-2008 7-series Vehicles, Equipped With The Comfort Access Option, And Manufactured August 23, 2004, Through July 24, 2008. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electronic Key And An Electronic Connection Between The Gear Shifter And The Transmission (shift-by-wire) That Automatically Shifts The Transmission To Park When The Driver Presses The Start/stop Button To Shutdown The Engine. If The Driver Presses The Engine Start/stop Button 2 Or 3 Times Within A Short Time Interval, The System May Shift The Transmission To Neutral Rather Than Park. If Using The Electronic Key (comfort Access Mode), There Would Be No Protection From The Ignition Interlock That Prevents Key Removal If The Vehicle Is Not In Park.

If The Driver Exits The Vehicle With The Transmission In Neutral And The Parking Brake Is Not Applied, The Vehicle May Rollaway. Unattended Rollaway Incidents Often Result In A Crash Or Cause Injury To Pedestrians Attempting To Stop Or Enter The Vehicle Or To Other Bystanders In The Path Of The Vehicle.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners Beginning In November 2012. The Remedy Became Available In March 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’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Oct 17, 2012 for 2012 BMW 745li, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 760li Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

2012 BMW 760li Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2005-2008 7-series Vehicles, Equipped With The Comfort Access Option, And Manufactured August 23, 2004, Through July 24, 2008. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electronic Key And An Electronic Connection Between The Gear Shifter And The Transmission (shift-by-wire) That Automatically Shifts The Transmission To Park When The Driver Presses The Start/stop Button To Shutdown The Engine. If The Driver Presses The Engine Start/stop Button 2 Or 3 Times Within A Short Time Interval, The System May Shift The Transmission To Neutral Rather Than Park. If Using The Electronic Key (comfort Access Mode), There Would Be No Protection From The Ignition Interlock That Prevents Key Removal If The Vehicle Is Not In Park.

If The Driver Exits The Vehicle With The Transmission In Neutral And The Parking Brake Is Not Applied, The Vehicle May Rollaway. Unattended Rollaway Incidents Often Result In A Crash Or Cause Injury To Pedestrians Attempting To Stop Or Enter The Vehicle Or To Other Bystanders In The Path Of The Vehicle.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners Beginning In November 2012. The Remedy Became Available In March 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’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Oct 17, 2012 for 2012 BMW 760li, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 760i Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

2012 BMW 760i Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | Oct 17, 2012

Bmw Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2005-2008 7-series Vehicles, Equipped With The Comfort Access Option, And Manufactured August 23, 2004, Through July 24, 2008. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electronic Key And An Electronic Connection Between The Gear Shifter And The Transmission (shift-by-wire) That Automatically Shifts The Transmission To Park When The Driver Presses The Start/stop Button To Shutdown The Engine. If The Driver Presses The Engine Start/stop Button 2 Or 3 Times Within A Short Time Interval, The System May Shift The Transmission To Neutral Rather Than Park. If Using The Electronic Key (comfort Access Mode), There Would Be No Protection From The Ignition Interlock That Prevents Key Removal If The Vehicle Is Not In Park.

If The Driver Exits The Vehicle With The Transmission In Neutral And The Parking Brake Is Not Applied, The Vehicle May Rollaway. Unattended Rollaway Incidents Often Result In A Crash Or Cause Injury To Pedestrians Attempting To Stop Or Enter The Vehicle Or To Other Bystanders In The Path Of The Vehicle.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Bmw Will Notify Owners Beginning In November 2012. The Remedy Became Available In March 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’s Vehicle Safety Hotline At 1-888-327-4236 (tty: 1-800-424-9153), Or Go To Www.safercar.gov.

This recall was issued on Oct 17, 2012 for 2012 BMW 760i, manufactured by BMW of North America, LLC, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW X5 Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

2004 BMW X5 Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

On Certain Passenger Vehicles Equipped With 8 And 12 Cylinder Engines, The Digital Engine Management Control (emc) Units Were Not Produced According To Specifications.

As A Result, Engine Stalling Will Occur After A Short Period Of Operation. The Vehicle May Not Be Able To Restart. Also, A Loss Of Power Steering And, After Repeated Actuation Of The Brake Pedal, A Loss Of Brake Power Assist Will Occur. These Conditions Could Result In A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A New Digital Engine Management Control Unit. The Recall Began On July 16, 2004. Owners Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117.

Customers Can 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 July 14, 2004 for 2004 BMW X5, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 5 Series Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

2004 BMW 5 Series Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

On Certain Passenger Vehicles Equipped With 8 And 12 Cylinder Engines, The Digital Engine Management Control (emc) Units Were Not Produced According To Specifications.

As A Result, Engine Stalling Will Occur After A Short Period Of Operation. The Vehicle May Not Be Able To Restart. Also, A Loss Of Power Steering And, After Repeated Actuation Of The Brake Pedal, A Loss Of Brake Power Assist Will Occur. These Conditions Could Result In A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A New Digital Engine Management Control Unit. The Recall Began On July 16, 2004. Owners Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117.

Customers Can 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 July 14, 2004 for 2004 BMW 5 Series, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 7 Series Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

2004 BMW 7 Series Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

On Certain Passenger Vehicles Equipped With 8 And 12 Cylinder Engines, The Digital Engine Management Control (emc) Units Were Not Produced According To Specifications.

As A Result, Engine Stalling Will Occur After A Short Period Of Operation. The Vehicle May Not Be Able To Restart. Also, A Loss Of Power Steering And, After Repeated Actuation Of The Brake Pedal, A Loss Of Brake Power Assist Will Occur. These Conditions Could Result In A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A New Digital Engine Management Control Unit. The Recall Began On July 16, 2004. Owners Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117.

Customers Can 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 July 14, 2004 for 2004 BMW 7 Series, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.

BMW 6 Series Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

2004 BMW 6 Series Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) Recall | July 14, 2004

On Certain Passenger Vehicles Equipped With 8 And 12 Cylinder Engines, The Digital Engine Management Control (emc) Units Were Not Produced According To Specifications.

As A Result, Engine Stalling Will Occur After A Short Period Of Operation. The Vehicle May Not Be Able To Restart. Also, A Loss Of Power Steering And, After Repeated Actuation Of The Brake Pedal, A Loss Of Brake Power Assist Will Occur. These Conditions Could Result In A Vehicle Crash.

Summary Of Corrective Actions Taken: Dealers Will Install A New Digital Engine Management Control Unit. The Recall Began On July 16, 2004. Owners Should Contact Bmw At 1-800-831-1117.

Customers Can 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 July 14, 2004 for 2004 BMW 6 Series, manufactured by BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE, in response to Power Train,automatic Transmission,control Module (tcm, Pcm) problems.