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BMW recalls some 300 cars in Denmark

Christian Fernsby |
BMW has recalled about 300 cars sold in Denmark.

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Topics: BMW    RECALL    DENMARK   

The recall is to replace a failed valve installed during manufacture in four-cylinder diesel engines across several different models.

Danish owners of the cars have been notified in a letter that a failure to replace the valve could cause the cars to catch fire.

In August 2018, BMW has recalled a total of 3,290 BMW cars sold in the Danish market due to similar cases of cars catching fire.


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