BMW of North America L.L.C. recalls 2,000 units of its 5-, 6- and 7-Series passenger cars as well as X5 SUVs equipped with V-8 and V-12 engines due to faulty hardware in the vehicle’s engine control unit. The auto maker is telling customers to stop driving their vehicle immediately. “We are calling all owners of affected vehicles and asking them to stop driving their vehicles immediately and offering alternate transportation,” the auto maker says. Affected vehicles – which were built ...
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