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1993 BMW 325i Recalls

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Most Recent 1993 BMW 325i Recall

On March 31, 1999, BMW recalled 340,000 BMW 325i. Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. a malfunction or failure of a coolant system component, such as a thermostat, water pump, or fan belt, can result in significantly increased coolant temperature and system pressure. if the indications of a critical overheating condition is not noticed by the driver, it is possible that damage to, or failure of, a coolant system component could occur.
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1993 BMW 325i Recall Details

Summary on March 31, 1999
Vehicle description: passenger vehicles. a malfunction or failure of a coolant system component, such as a thermostat, water pump, or fan belt, can result in significantly increased coolant temperature and system pressure. if the indications of a critical overheating condition is not noticed by the driver, it is possible that damage to, or failure of, a coolant system component could occur.
Summary on October 30, 1997
The cruise control and throttle cables are attached to the same throttle valve actuating lever at the throttle housing. it is possible that the plastic bushing on either cable could break due to environmental influences coupled with vibration. if the bushing breaks, the outer cable housing can separate from the bushing. in this case, during application of the throttle pedal without cruise control being engaged, the outer tube could catch on the edge of the broken bushing.
Summary on September 30, 1996
The brake light switch can fail allowing the switch to remain in the "brake lights off" position or in the "brake lights on" position.
Summary on December 2, 1994
In a fmvss no. 208 30 miles-per-hour compliance test, an unbelted test driver dummy's chest maximum resultant acceleration was 70.8 g's, which exceeds the maximum allowable value of 60 g's. also, the unbelted passenger dummy's left femur maximum load was 2361 lbs, which exceeds maximum allowable value of 2250 lbs. the vehicles do not comply with fmvss no. 208, "occupant crash protection."
Summary on June 25, 1994
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.
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