BMW is recalling 2002-2005 325i, 325ix, 330i, and 330ix models for potential rear tail lamp failures. The Problem: According to BMW, resistance in the electrical contacts may cause one or more rear lamp functions to stop working, including taillight, brake light, and/or turn signal light.
- 1 How much is a tail light for a BMW?
- 2 Which BMW cars have been recalled?
- 3 Is there a recall on BMW?
- 4 Is BMW recall free?
- 5 What headlights do BMWs have?
- 6 Is there a recall on BMW 3 Series?
- 7 What is the BMW recall fault?
- 8 How do you tell if car has had recall work done?
- 9 How do I know if my BMW has a recall?
- 10 How do I know if my BMW is under warranty?
- 11 How long does a BMW warranty last?
- 12 Should I take my car in for recall?
How much is a tail light for a BMW?
Based on industry averages you can expect to pay between $3.99 and $174.99 for a BMW tail light.
Which BMW cars have been recalled?
The latest recall affects around 180,000 first-generation (E8x) BMW 1 Series cars built between 2004 and 2011. All registered keepers will be contacted by BMW to let them know if their car is affected but you can also check whether your car is part of the recall by entering your VIN on the BMW recall lookup tool here.
Is there a recall on BMW?
Get important safety recall information for your BMW. There are no open recalls for your vehicle.
Is BMW recall free?
Will it cost me anything? No. BMW is issuing replacement parts free of charge.
What headlights do BMWs have?
Today, most of the BMW models come equipped with LED Headlights/Taillights as standard. But that is for the entry-level trims, cause for little extra bucks, you can always opt for adaptive LED headlights. The state-of-the-art BMWs Adaptive LED Headlights are BMW’s pride possession.
Is there a recall on BMW 3 Series?
The recall affects the 2020 BMW M340i, 2020 BMW 540i, and 2020-2021 BMW 745Le sedans. It also covers the 2020 BMW X3 M40i, 2020-2021 BMW X4 M40i SUVs, and 2019-2021 BMW Z4 M40i, and 2020-2021 Toyota GR Supra coupes. Yes, BMW has recalled a Toyota.
What is the BMW recall fault?
The fault concerns a possible glycol leak in exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve coolers, which could lead to fire “in extreme cases”. Auto Express understands hundreds of thousands of EGR parts are needed worldwide to resolve the fault, placing unprecedented demand on BMW’s suppliers.
How do you tell if car has had recall work done?
The easiest way to check for open recalls on your car is to visit the NHTSA’s recall site (nhtsa.gov/recall) and enter your Vehicle Identification Number or VIN. (A car’s VIN is usually found in the lower left corner of the windshield and can also be found on your registration.)
How do I know if my BMW has a recall?
For general information regarding recalls, please call the BMW Recall Hotline at (800) 525-7417. Please allow up to 30 days after completion of a recall on you vehicle for this data to be updated.
How do I know if my BMW is under warranty?
If you cannot find the VIN number, the only real way to check your vehicle’s factory warranty is to call or visit your local dealership. They will need the VIN number to look up the information but can tell you for sure what is and is not covered if anything at all.
How long does a BMW warranty last?
BMW offers a single comprehensive warranty (they refer to it as a bumper-to-bumper warranty) which lasts for four years or 50,000 miles. The scope of the warranty is comprehensive, meaning almost everything on a vehicle is included in the coverage, just like normal limited warranties.
Should I take my car in for recall?
It’s important to take your car in as soon as possible. Even though a recall does not necessarily mean you are in immediate danger it’s best not to risk it. There is no deadline for when you have to take your vehicle in for repairs. The recall is effective for the life of your car.