1996 BMW 750iL Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1996 BMW 750iL
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1996 BMW 750iL Problems
The front thrust rod bushings—also referred to as tension strut bushings—are known to fail occasionally. The oil-filled rubber mounts weaken and crack over time, causing a mushy road feel and shuddering in the steering wheel when going over bumps.
A fluid leak may develop from one or more power steering hose. When a leak is being repaired, it is not uncommon for multiple hoses to be replaced.
The rear lower ball joints may wear causing alignment and tire wear issues as a result of the excessive play in these joints. Our technicians tell us a 4wheel alignment should be performed after ball joint replacement.
1996 BMW 750iL Recalls
1996 BMW 750iL Reviews
Car has been overall great. Shocks wear down at about 150,000 miles. Very fast and still holds a steady pace on the road.