Check Engine Light and/or Lack of Power on BMW 335i

The Check Engine Light may illuminate and/or a lack of power may be noted due to a failed high pressure fuel pump. BMW has released a service bulletin regarding this matter, the suggested repair is to replace the failed high pressure pump.

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Average mileage: 63,333 (3,000–145,000)
5 model years affected: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, more2013
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Vehicle lost power. Dealer replaced high pressure fuel pump. I have been told that there was a bulletin on this and that I can expect the replacement pump to fail again in the twin turbo engine.
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2007 BMW 335i70,000
repeated fuel pump failure that requires replacement until the replacement fails.
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High Pressure Fuel Pump
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I have a oil leak,looks like at the top of the engine
2008 BMW 335i24,000
Failed fuel pump
2007 BMW 335i64,000
when I stepped on the gas the car lost torque and almost stopped but didn't i was able to drive slowly to my mechanic and he replaced fuel pump and gaskets etc - ! Whew 1,375 bucks . Was there a report out on my model just as the turbo problem which is supposed to be warranted till 100,000 miles
2007 BMW 335i76,000
BOTH times my HPFP went out it started with longer than normal starts and then sudden death. It went in to limp mode and wouldn't start again.
2013 BMW 335i3,000
My 2013 BMW 335 i Xdrive M Sport lost power 8 Times ( during the lost power my 0/100 is over 11 sec ) and the dealer can't find anityng?? Do you have the same problem with your 2013 335i or 135i. We know annoter owner with the same car in Canada. 2 / 335 and 1 / 135
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