1990 BMW 750iL Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1990 BMW 750iL

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1990 BMW 750iL Problems

Mushy Road Feel and/or Shuddering in the Steering Over Bumbs

The front thrust rod bushingsalso referred to as tension strut bushingsare 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.

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1990 BMW 750iL Questions

I'm having trouple finding my transmission dipstick? (3 answers)

Is there anyway one can hel me out?

thermostat small vent hole,on top or bottom? (1 answer)

the correct position of the thermostat

car wont start (1 answer)

this v12 has 85,000 mi and sat for a couple years it did run out of gas once and just had the battery changed. when it cranks it sound like it jumped time. do these engines go through timing belts/chains this quickly?

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1990 BMW 750iL Recalls

Recall 90V016000
UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS, FRONT SEAT CENTER, FOLD-DOWN ARM REST MAY CONTACT THE SAFETY BELT BUCKLE, CAUSING DAMAGE TO THE RELEASE BUTTON AND PREVENTING THE BELT TONGUE FROM LATCHING WHEN BUCKLING UP.

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1990 BMW 750iL Reviews

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I have a 1990 BMW 750iL that runs great. I feel like I am driving a sports car. This car is big and fast with a lot of power. I wish the repairs were not so expensive. I test drove a 2011 Audi A 8 this last weekend. I was impressed with the Audi. However, even though my 1990 BMW 750iL has 247,000 miles, and is 21 years older, it competes with the new Audi A 8. This car is a classic and if you f...

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