BMW AG says it will recall more than 75,000 of its 5- and 7-Series models built between February 2003 and June 2004 due to a potential problem with the electric seat heaters in the vehicles. The auto maker says a malfunction could develop in the heating mats within the seats, possibly resulting in damage to a passenger’s clothing and even potential burns. BMW says it expects the recall to cost upwards of €16 million ($21.7 million).

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