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Recall: No. 1 of 7
Recall Ref: R/2013/095
Exact Model: 1 5 7 X3 X5 & X6
Description: POSSIBILITY OF FIRE
VIN: Various
Build Date: May 2009 to November 2009
Numbers: 21502
Defect: Due to a fault with an internal connection within the Fuel Filter Heater (FFH) it is possible that during temperatures below freezing the FFH can remain permanently activated. This will normally cause the FFH to overheat which will result in the inability to start the vehicle due to a flat battery. This can occur even when the ignition is turned off. However in extreme cases it could cause a vehicle fire.
Action: Recall all affected vehicles to replace the FFH.
Launch Date: 10 September 2013
   
Recall: No. 2 of 7
Recall Ref: R/2011/123
Exact Model: 2 Series, 5 Series, 7 Series, X3 & X5 with diesel engine
Description: RISK OF FIRE
VIN:
Build Date: 20 Aug 2008 to 12 Jun 2009
Numbers: 21562
Defect: Moisture may enter the fuel filter heater at an electrical connection. Should this occur, it can cause a discharge of the battery, causing non starting of the vehicle. Also, if it occurs whilst the vehicle is in motion, it could result in a fire when the vehicle is left unattended.
Action: Recall all affected vehicles and replace the fuel filter heater.
Launch Date: 05 October 2011
   
Recall: No. 3 of 7
Recall Ref: R/2012/049
Exact Model: 5 Series (GT & Saloon), X5, X6, 7 Series,6 Series Convertible (8 & 12 cylinder engines) and Alpina B5 Biturbo
Description: FIRE MAY OCCUR
VIN:
Build Date:
Numbers: 21
Defect: Some engines are fitted with an additional water pump for the turbo charger. In some circumstances, a crack may develop, which then leads to melting of the plug connections and the housing. Further heat development may then lead to scorch damage. In exceptional cases, such overheating can lead to smouldering of the water pump. If smouldering occurs, an engine compartment fire and vehicle fire cannot be excluded.
Action: The water pump will be replaced for a new more robust version.
Launch Date: 27 April 2012
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
BMW (UK) Ltd
Ellesfield Avenue, Bracknell, RG12 8TA
0370 5050160
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