This bulletin applies to BMW models produced from June 30, 2011, to July 1, 2012. You may find an intermittent difficulty in starting the engine due to the key not being detected. Terminal 18 cannot be switched on. The remote key is not detected inside the vehicle.
This bulletin applies to 2014 BMW 335i GT XDrive vehicles equipped with a 3.0L engine. The power-assisted steering fails with a warning lamp in the instrument cluster or a check control message in the central information display. In some cases, the dynamic stability control warning lamp (DSC) may be illuminated.
This bulletin applies to 2018 BMW 330i GT XDrive vehicles produced up to 06/30/2018. DTC fault 1C0102 may be stored in the DME (digital motor electronics) fault memory, with no other engine oil pressure faults stored. Code 1C0102 indicates oil pressure control, plausibility, static: pressure too low.
This bulletin applies to 2013 BMW 528i models. An “increased battery discharge” message may appear in the central information display (CID) upon engine startup. In some cases, the message “battery charge level low” may also appear. In most cases, a fault code is not set for the intelligent battery sensor (IBS).
This bulletin applies to 2016 BMW 328i XDrive vehicles equipped with a 2.9L engine. The exhaust turbocharger oil return line may leak at the connection to the turbocharger.
This bulletin applies to 2012 BMW 528xi models. The warning lamps for DSC/ABS and brake warning may be illuminated.
BMW offers a magnetic test card for wheel speed sensor incremental rings.
BMW offers a specialty tool that must be used when installing the turbocharger to the N63 engine.
This bulletin applies to BMW models where ISTA/D fault code S0001 entries are still present after a quick delete.
This bulletin applies to 2014 BMW 328i xDrive vehicles. Some owners may complain about a high-frequency ticking noise from the engine bay.
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