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Bmw Recall

October 1, 2010 by staff 

Bmw Recall, BMW announced it would recall about 350,000 luxury cars worldwide due to a problem with the German brakes.The firm said the recall was due to a failure of the braking system, but no cars were not safe The recall covers cars V8 and V12 of the BMW 5, 6 and 7 lines, and a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce, BMW built between July 2001 and November 2009, the total of 11,427 vehicles, including Rolls-Royce 905 in the UK and 198,000 around the world the United States, BMW 348 000 affected, with another 5,800 Rolls-Royce. decision “voluntary.”

BMW will recall around 200,000 to repair the leaks that may develop in the brake system. The recall includes the BMW 5 Series, 6 Series and 7 Series cars with V8 and V12 made since 2002. There were no reports of accidents or injuries, according BMW.LOS ANGELES (Lalat) – The BMW 5 Series, 6 Series and 7 Series has a race today, affecting nearly a quarter of a million models. Recall for 2010 BMW news announced at the end refers to the eve of a brake system leak. The leak, said BMW, if not fixed could lead to a loss of vacuum and reduce the braking operation.

latest BMW, said last night that the vehicles will be subject to inspection and repair process. BMW drivers are alerted by e-mail for an inspection of the designated date to inspect your vehicle. If you encounter a problem of supply brake booster now, however, must be reported immediately to 800-525-7417 BMW, said company representatives in a press release on Thursday the recall involves the ongoing efforts by the BMW and Rolls a new point Thursday during 2002-2008 BMW 745i Li, Li and 760i/Li 750i, 2007-2008 BMW ALPINA B7 Models, 2004-2010 BMW 645i and 650i, 550i 2004 BMW 545i -2010, 2003-2010 and Rolls Royce Phantom.

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