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BMW recall’s a number of BMW passenger vehicles

July 17, 2018

Vehicles concerned

BMW 1series, 2series Coupé, 2series Convertible, 2series Active Tourer, 2series Gran

Tourer, 3series Saloon, 3series Touring, 4series Coupé, 4series Convertible, 4series

Gran Turismo, 4series Gran Coupé, 5series Saloon, 5series Touring, 6series Gran

Turismo, 7series Saloon, X1, X2 Sports Activity Coupé

Model F20, F21, F22, F23, F30, F31, F32, F33, F34 , F36, F39, F45, F46, F48, G11, G12,

G30, G31, G32 with Diesel engine

The vehicles listed were manufactured between May 16, 2018 and June 12, 2018.

The affected vehicles may be equipped with a crankshaft sensor with a software fault. If the Crankshaft sensor cannot process the signal values from the transmitter, the Digital Diesel Electronic (DDE) will notice that and change to the emergency operation mode. The emergency mode will be displayed by the check control message “engine malfunction”.

This recall affects 69 vehicles in Ireland.

 What to do:

BMW Ireland will be writing directly to those owners involved in the recall to arrange to have their vehicles inspected.  The letter will advise you to contact your nearest BMW dealer who will arrange to do the inspection free of charge. You can also contact BMW Ireland directly on 1890 719 42.

 

 

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