328ci

BMW 328Ci (2001) – 19V853000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 1999-2001 323I, 325I, 328I And 330I And 2000-2001 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, 323It, And 325It Vehicles Equipped With Non-Azide Driver Air Bag Inflators (Nadi) Manufactured By Takata. These Vehicles May Have Received A Replacement Driver Air Bag As Part Of A Vehicle Repair. Due To A Manufacturing Issue, The Replacement Nadi Inflator May Absorb Moisture, Causing The Inflator To Rupture Or The Air Bag Cushion To Underinflate.


BMW 328Ci (2000) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.


BMW 328Ci (2000) – 19V853000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 1999-2001 323I, 325I, 328I And 330I And 2000-2001 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, 323It, And 325It Vehicles Equipped With Non-Azide Driver Air Bag Inflators (Nadi) Manufactured By Takata. These Vehicles May Have Received A Replacement Driver Air Bag As Part Of A Vehicle Repair. Due To A Manufacturing Issue, The Replacement Nadi Inflator May Absorb Moisture, Causing The Inflator To Rupture Or The Air Bag Cushion To Underinflate.


BMW 328Ci (2000) – 19V852000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 1999-2000 323I And 328I And 2000 323Ci And 328Ci Vehicles Equipped With Non-Azide Driver Air Bag Inflators (Nadi) Manufactured By Takata. These Inflators Do Not Contain Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant. Due To A Manufacturing Issue, The Nadi Inflators May Absorb Moisture, Causing The Inflators To Rupture Or The Air Bag Cushion To Underinflate.


BMW 328Ci (2001) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.


BMW 328Ci (2006) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.


BMW 328Ci (2005) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.


BMW 328Ci (2004) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.


BMW 328Ci (2003) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.


BMW 328Ci (2002) – 20V018000

Vehicle recall defect – BMW Of North America, Llc (BMW) Is Recalling Certain 2000-2005 323It, 325It, 325Xit, 320I, 323I, 325I, 325Xi, 328I, 330I And 330Xi And 2000-2006 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, 330Ci, M3 Coupe, 323Cic, 325Cic, 330Cic, And M3 Convertible Vehicles Equipped With Non-Desiccated Frontal Takata Psan Inflators And Pspi Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflators Containing Phase Stabilized AmmoniUM Nitrate (Psan) Propellant That Were Used As Interim Remedy Parts For Previous Takata Recalls. These Inflators May Explode Due To Propellant Degradation Occurring After Long-Term Exposure To High Absolute Humidity, High Temperatures, And High Temperature Cycling.