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BMW 735 (1988) – 88V135000

Vehicle recall defect – The Driver And/Or Passenger Seatbacks May Not Have Been Fully Attached To The Seat Base Reclining Arms (Attaching Brackets).


BMW 735 (1987) – 86V151000

Vehicle recall defect – Brake Light Switch Could Overheat, Eventually Leading To Melting Of Plastic Internal Parts In Area Of Electrical Contacts.


BMW 735 (1986) – 86V151000

Vehicle recall defect – Brake Light Switch Could Overheat, Eventually Leading To Melting Of Plastic Internal Parts In Area Of Electrical Contacts.


BMW 735 (1985) – 85V065000

Vehicle recall defect – Incorrect Machining Of The Seating Surface Of The Wheels Where It Contacts The Hub Of The Car May Prevent The Wheels From Mounting Securely To The Hub. This May Cause The Wheel To Break And Could Fall Off. Consequence Of Defect: The Wheels Could Loosen And A Crash Could Occur. Owners Should Not Drive Their Cars Until Repair Work Has Been Done.


BMW 735 (1993) – 94V066000

Vehicle recall defect – Feed Fuel Hoses Can Harden And “Set” Over Time, Allowing A Seepage Of Fuel At The ConneCTIon Between The Hose And The Engine Fitting. The Clamp Used To Hold The Hose To The Fitting Is Unable To Compensate For The Hardening Of The Feed Fuel Hose.


BMW 735 (1992) – 94V066000

Vehicle recall defect – Feed Fuel Hoses Can Harden And “Set” Over Time, Allowing A Seepage Of Fuel At The ConneCTIon Between The Hose And The Engine Fitting. The Clamp Used To Hold The Hose To The Fitting Is Unable To Compensate For The Hardening Of The Feed Fuel Hose.


BMW 735 (1991) – 94V066000

Vehicle recall defect – Feed Fuel Hoses Can Harden And “Set” Over Time, Allowing A Seepage Of Fuel At The ConneCTIon Between The Hose And The Engine Fitting. The Clamp Used To Hold The Hose To The Fitting Is Unable To Compensate For The Hardening Of The Feed Fuel Hose.


BMW 735 (1991) – 92V101000

Vehicle recall defect – Some Of These Vehicles Are Equipped With A Throttle Housing On Which The Throttle Valve Shaft Retaining Nut Was Not Sufficiently Tightened.


BMW 735 (1990) – 94V066000

Vehicle recall defect – Feed Fuel Hoses Can Harden And “Set” Over Time, Allowing A Seepage Of Fuel At The ConneCTIon Between The Hose And The Engine Fitting. The Clamp Used To Hold The Hose To The Fitting Is Unable To Compensate For The Hardening Of The Feed Fuel Hose.


BMW 735 (1990) – 90V016000

Vehicle recall defect – Under Certain Conditions, Front Seat Center, Fold-Down Arm Rest May Contact The Safety Belt Buckle, Causing Damage To The Release Button And Preventing The Belt Tongue From Latching When Buckling Up.