BMW – UK Recalls Summary

Recent BMW UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest BMW UK authorized dealer.

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Recent BMW UK Recalls

BMW X5 (2000 – 2001) – THE STEERING COLUMN

on 19 August 2021

BMW X5 (21/09/2000 – 19/01/2001) RECALL: Problem description: The steering column shaft assembly may detach from the bottom double joint.


on 13 July 2021

BMW 3 SERIES (01/08/1990 – 24/08/2000) RECALL: Problem description: Some vehicles may be susceptible to damage to the anti-corrosion coating of … .

BMW X5 (2000 – 2001) – THE BRAKE PEDAL SHAFT

on 13 July 2021

BMW X5 (11/07/2000 – 08/02/2001) RECALL: Problem description: It is possible that the brake pedal shaft could become detached from the … .

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Latest EU Rapex BMW Recalls

  • BMW X5 PHEV (2020 – 2021)
    on 3 May 2022

    Impurities in the production process of batteries could cause a short circuit within a battery when the accumulator is fully charged, ... . The post BMW X5 […]

  • BMW i4 (2021)
    on 24 January 2022

    The crash pads for the high-voltage battery may not have been assembled. This can cause damage to the high-voltage battery in ... . The post BMW i4 (2021) […]

  • BMW iX (2020 – 2021)
    on 5 December 2021

    On the vehicles concerned, the A-pillar panel holder may not be screwed in place according to specifications. Activation of the airbag, ... . The post BMW iX […]

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