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BMW 320 (1977) – 77V092000

Vehicle recall defect – The Involved Vehicles Do Not Conform To Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 124, “Accelerator Control Systems”. The Two Accelerator Return Springs Located On Top Of Engine May Oscillate At High Engine Speeds, Which May Cause Vibration Noise And Lead To Premature Spring Fatigue And Possible Breakage. This May Make It Impossible For The Accelerator System To Return To Idle Speed.


BMW 320 (2002) – 17V047000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2002 BMW 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 330I, 330Xi, 323Ci, 325Ci, 330Ci, M3, 323It, 325It And 325Xit Vehicles, 2001-2002 525I, 530I, 540I, M5, 525It And 540It Vehicles, And 2001-2003 X5 3.0I, X5 4.4I, And X5 4.6Is Vehicles. These Vehicles May Have Had A Driver-Side Air Bag Module Installed As Replacement Equipment Such As After A Vehicle Crash Necessitating Replacement Of The Original Air Bag, Or As A Remedy Part For A Prior Recall. These Replacement Modules Contain An Air Bag Inflator That May Rupture Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To Lower Absolute Humidity, Temperature And Temperature Cycling.


BMW 320 (2001) – 17V047000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2002 BMW 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 330I, 330Xi, 323Ci, 325Ci, 330Ci, M3, 323It, 325It And 325Xit Vehicles, 2001-2002 525I, 530I, 540I, M5, 525It And 540It Vehicles, And 2001-2003 X5 3.0I, X5 4.4I, And X5 4.6Is Vehicles. These Vehicles May Have Had A Driver-Side Air Bag Module Installed As Replacement Equipment Such As After A Vehicle Crash Necessitating Replacement Of The Original Air Bag, Or As A Remedy Part For A Prior Recall. These Replacement Modules Contain An Air Bag Inflator That May Rupture Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To Lower Absolute Humidity, Temperature And Temperature Cycling.


BMW 320 (2000) – 17V047000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2002 BMW 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 330I, 330Xi, 323Ci, 325Ci, 330Ci, M3, 323It, 325It And 325Xit Vehicles, 2001-2002 525I, 530I, 540I, M5, 525It And 540It Vehicles, And 2001-2003 X5 3.0I, X5 4.4I, And X5 4.6Is Vehicles. These Vehicles May Have Had A Driver-Side Air Bag Module Installed As Replacement Equipment Such As After A Vehicle Crash Necessitating Replacement Of The Original Air Bag, Or As A Remedy Part For A Prior Recall. These Replacement Modules Contain An Air Bag Inflator That May Rupture Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To Lower Absolute Humidity, Temperature And Temperature Cycling.


BMW 320 (1979) – 79V001000

Vehicle recall defect – To Prevent Vapor Lock, An Auxiliary Fuel Pump Is Incorporated In The Fuel Delivery System. The Wiring ConneCTIons At The Auxiliary Fuel Pump May Not Make Proper Contact, Rendering The Auxiliary Fuel Pump Inoperative. Driving Under Conditions Of Extremely High Altitude, High Temperatures, Or Fuel Contamination, With The Auxiliary Fuel Pump Inoperative Could Allow Vapor Bubbles To Form. This May Lead To Rough Engine Running And Possible Engine Stalling.


BMW 320 (1978) – 78V056000

Vehicle recall defect – Due To A Material Stuctural Defect, The Rubber Seal Between The Metal Valve Stem And Rim Allows Slow Seepage Of Air Around The Valve Base.


Mercedes Benz 320 (1994) – 96V175000

Vehicle recall defect – If One Of The Headlamp Wiper Arms Becomes Misaligned, The Wiper Balde Can Lodge In The Groove Under The Headlamp. If The Washers Are Activated With The Wiper Blade In The Misaligned And Lodged Position, The Washer Pump Will Run Continuously Expelling All Available Fluid.


Peterbilt 320 (1991) – 19V452000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 1990-2020 Peterbilt 320 And 520 Vehicles Built With Specific Amber Rear Turn Signals. The Turn Signals May Also Light Up With The Stop/Tail Lights When The Brakes Are Applied. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) Number 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.”


Peterbilt 320 (1991) – 19V452000

Vehicle recall defect – Paccar Incorporated (Paccar) Is Recalling Certain 1990-2020 Peterbilt 320 And 520 Vehicles Built With Specific Amber Rear Turn Signals. The Turn Signals May Also Light Up With The Stop/Tail Lights When The Brakes Are Applied. As Such, These Vehicles Fail To Comply With The Requirements Of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (Fmvss) Number 108, “Lamps, RefleCTIve Devices, And Associated Equipment.”