RECALL 19V-096: ATTACHMENT BOLTS (DRIVER SEAT / SAFETY BELT) – 2019 BMW X5

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V096
Manufacturer BMW of North America, LLC
Components SEAT BELTS, SEATS
Potential Number of Units Affected 68

 

Driver’s Seat and Seat Belt Bolts may be Loose

The improperly tightened bolts can increase the risk of injury in the event of a crash.

 

Summary

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain 2019 X5 xDrive40i and xDrive50i vehicles. The attachment bolts for the driver’s seat and/or seat belt may not have been properly tightened.

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RECALL CAMPAIGN 19V-074: Rear Tail Light – 2018-2019 BMW X1

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V074
Manufacturer BMW of North America, LLC
Components EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Potential Number of Units Affected 5,920

 

Taillights May Loosen and Detach

If a taillight detaches from the vehicle, it would no longer provide the required lighting to following traffic, or it may become a road hazard, increasing the risk of a crash.

 

Summary

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain 2018-2019 BMW X1 sDrive28i and X1 xDrive28i vehicles. Contaminated hardware may cause the attachment brackets of the taillight housings to crack, causing the lights to loosen or possibly detach from the vehicle.

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Delivery Stop & Recall 18V-918: G05 Sun Visor – 2019 BMW X5

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V918
Manufacturer BMW of North America, LLC
Components EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected 11

 

Incorrect or Missing Air Bag label/FMVSS 208

Without a label that shows the proper restraint usage guidelines, the occupants may have an increased risk of injury in the event of a crash.

 

Summary

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain 2019 BMW X5 xDrive40i and X5 xDrive50i vehicles. The driver and/or passenger sun visor may have an incorrect air bag warning label, or the label may be missing. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 208, “Occupant crash protection.”

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RECALL 19V-015: DRIVER’S FRONT AIR BAG MODULE – PRIOR PARTS REPLACEMENT – 2000-2003 BMW 5-Series & 2000-2004 X5

January 14, 2019 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 19V015000

Inflators In Sports Steering Wheels May Explode

An inflator explosion may result in sharp metal fragments striking the driver or other occupants resulting in serious injury or death.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V015

Manufacturer BMW of North America, LLC

Components AIR BAGS

Potential Number of Units Affected 157,549

 

Summary

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain model year 2000-2003 525i Sedan, 530i Sedan, 540i Sedan, 2001-2003 525i Sports Wagon and 540i Sports Wagon vehicles, and 2000-2004 X5 SAV 3.0i, X5 SAV 4.4i, and X5 SAV 4.6is vehicles. This recall affects certain vehicles where the original steering wheel has been replaced with the optional sports steering wheel. The sports steering wheel has a frontal air bag inflator that may explode due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to high absolute humidity, temperature and temperature cycling.

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RECALL 19V-017: Passenger’s Front Airbag Module – 2007-2014 BMW X5 & X6

January 14, 2019 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 19V017000

Passenger Frontal Air Bag Inflator May Explode

An inflator explosion may result in sharp metal fragments striking the driver or other occupants resulting in serious injury or death.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V017

Manufacturer BMW of North America, LLC

Components AIR BAGS

Potential Number of Units Affected 83,016

 

Summary

BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling certain 2007-2013 X5 xDrive30i, X5 xDrive35i, X5 xDrive48i, X5 xDrive50i and X5 M vehicles, 2008-2014 X6 xDrive35i, X6 xDrive50i and X6 M vehicles, 2009-2013 X5 xDrive35d vehicles and 2010-2011 X6 ActiveHybrid vehicles. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules used as original equipment or replacement equipment. In the event of a crash necessitating deployment of the passenger frontal air bag, these inflators may explode due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to absolute humidity and temperature cycling.

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