BMW X2 PHEV (2020) – THE HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY SHORT CIRCUIT

Published on 14 December 2020
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BMW X2 (12/02/2020 – 30/09/2020) RECALL:

Problem description:

A possibility of impurities contained in the HV batteries may cause a short circuit.


Remedy: Testing of battery charge cycles and replacement of the HV cells where necessary.



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Recall Launch Date 14/12/2020
Recall No R/2020/283
Make BMW
Model X2
Recall Model Information X2 2 SERIES ACTIVE TOURER X1 X3 X5 7 SERIES LWB 3 SERIES SALOON TOURING 5 SERIES SALOON TOURING i8 COUPE i8 ROADSTER
Manufacturer Ref 0061670500 0061660500
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Build start 12/02/2020
Build end 30/09/2020
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