BMW Recalls More Than 156,000 Six-Cylinder Cars
BMW is recalling some vehicles manufactured from 2010-2012. More than 156,000 vehicles equipped with in-line six-cylinder engines have aluminum bolts on their cam-timing system’s housing that could break. If the aluminum bolts break, the vehicle’s check engine light will come on, and a check control message will be displayed on the dash. If operation of the cam-timing unit (called VANOS) is compromised, the engine will operate with reduced power in “safe mode” and could become noisy.
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