BMW Recalling 151,000 Units in US for Repair

In US auto market, BMW is recalling their models for repairing. They introduced their vehicles into the market with faulty fitted fuel pumps. These defects may reduce the engine performance and result in loss of power of steering and brakes. As per the available information, BMW is recalling nearly around 151,000 units to repair.

They are recalling first few brands which are equipped with twin-turbo engine models, like MY2007-MY2010 335i, MY 2008-2010 135i, 535i, X6, Xdrive35, MY2009-2010 Z4 Roadster, sports utilities, Strive 35i and many. The company said, it requires new replaces of fuel pumps of around 40,000 vehicles. Here, they are replacing high pressure fuel pumps and updating the software developments of the vehicle.

Second recall is for normally aspirated inline six-cylinder MY2008 X5 sports utilities which will be replaced with low pressured fuel pumps.

They explained the fuel pump failure symptoms like, “engine will stop suddenly while running and the driver will loose the assistance of car steering and breaking and sometimes both.”

BMW is requesting the vehicle owners to get further information from their relationship centers and relationship services through emails or phone calls.