BMW Issues Recall for M760Li xDrive Vehicles Due to Oil Leak Risk
If oil leaks onto the front brake discs, a greater distance may be needed to stop the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash
BMW of North America is recalling certain model year 2017-2018 M760Li xDrive vehicles.
The affected vehicles may have had an incorrect engine oil cooler line installed—which could lead to an oil leak in the engine compartment.
If oil leaks onto the front brake discs, a greater distance may be needed to stop the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash.
Approximately 200 M760Li xDrive vehicles are impacted by this recall.
BMW will notify owners of the recalled vehicles beginning in early August 2017. Local BMW dealers will then replace the vehicle's engine oil cooler line at no cost to vehicle owners.
For more information on this recall, BMW customer service can be reached by calling (800) 525-7417.
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