Lemon Law | BMW Recalls 5-Series and 6-Series Problems
Do You Own or Lease a BMW? If So, Your BMW May Be Part of the Recent Recall of 1.3 Million BMWs for Electrical Flaws
BMW recently announced one of its largest recalls in recent years. The German luxury car maker is recalling a whopping 1.3 Million BMW 5 Series and BMW 6 Series vehicles for electrical issues. The recall affects the 2003 through 2010 model year BMWs and has been announced because of cable covers in the batteries that may have been incorrectly mounted. This can result in an electrical system malfunction, the vehicle failing to start, the battery cable overheating, and in certain situations, the vehicle catching on fire.
To date, no injuries or accidents have been reported as a result of this flaw. Consumers who own or lease the potential lemon BMW vehicles will be contacted by letter and will be asked to take their vehicle to an authorized BMW dealership for repair work. As a result of the fire risk, consumers have been advised by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to park their vehicles outside until the remedy has been made.
If you own a potential lemon BMW 5 Series of potential lemon BMW 6 Series and you have presented your vehicle to an authorized BMW dealership for repair attempts with regard to the electrical system and/or problems with your battery cable, then you may be driving a lemon and you may be entitled to compensation.
If you have experienced problems with your lemon BMW, call the experienced lemon law lawyers at Consumer Law Experts for a confidential and FREE case evaluation today.