VIN Check Report: 5UXWX9C5XD0D00797
BMW X3 2013
|Vehicle Specification||22 Record(s)|
|Accidental Record||View All Records|
|Lien Record||Records Found!|
|Theft Record||View Records|
|NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins||10 Record(s)|
|NHTSA Recalls||8 Record(s)|
|Made In||United States|
|VIN Sequential Number||D00797|
Manufactured in United States (Usa) by BMW MANUFACTURER CORPORATION / BMW NORTH AMERICA
BMW issued recalls for X3 2013
Basic Warranty: Expired
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No Salvage Information Available in Our Database.
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|Engine||3.0L L6 DOHC 24V|
|Anti Brake System||4-Wheel ABS|
|Overall Height||65.40 inches|
|Overall Length||183.00 inches|
|Overall Width||74.10 inches|
|Highway Mileage||28 miles/gallon|
|City Mileage||21 miles/gallon|
These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.
|03/01/2013||115000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:FUSES AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS||BMW:VARIOUS FUNCTIONS OF THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FAIL. IN RARE CASES, THE VEHICLE MAY NOT START. ONE OF THE 100-AMP FUSES IN THE REAR POWER DISTRIBUTION BOX (X3) MOUNTED ON THE BATTERY HAS FAILED. *JS UPDATED ON 4/25/2013. *KB|
|04/01/2013||060000 ENGINE (PWS)||BMW: WHEN TRANSMISSION IS IN HIGH GEAR, DUE TO DELAY IN DOWNSHIFTING, THE ENGINE HAS A DELAY RESPONSE AFTER DECELERATING AT LOW SPEEDS AND THEN REACCELERATING. MODELS F25 (X3), F10 (5 SERIES), F07 (5 GT), E70 (X5), E71 (X6). NO MODEL YEA|
|03/01/2013||061000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE||BMW: SERVICE ENGINE SOON LIGHT IS ON AND THE ENGINE HAS REDUCED POWER WITH TROUBLE CODES STORED. *RM UPDATED ON 4/24/2013. *KB|
|03/01/2013||114000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING||BMW: DUE TO WIRING HARNESS SHORT CIRCUIT, THE FRONT AND/OR REAR PDC SENSORS FAILS TO WORK WHEN REVERSE GEAR IS SELECTED OR BUTTON (PDC) IS PRESSED. MODEL 2011-2013 F25. *PE|
|03/01/2013||111000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:BATTERY||BMW: BATTERY HAS AN INCREASED DEMAND DUE TO DEVELOPEMENTAL PROCESS OF THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. THIS IS CAUSING THE BATTER TO NEED TO UNDERGO AN ENERGY DIAGNOSIS. *KB|
|01/01/2013||117000 DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL||INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DISPLAY IS INTERMITTENTLY INOPERATIVE. BMW F25, AND F30 MODELS. *KB|
|10/01/2014||350000 EQUIPMENT||BMW: NEW SERVICE PROGRAM PROCEDURE IS NOW AVAILABLE REGARDING THE BRAKE FLUID, TIRE PRESSURES, LOCK/STRIKER ADJUSTMENTS FOR TRUNK OR TAILGATE, BATTERY, EXTERIOR LIGHTING. *PE|
|10/01/2014||060000 ENGINE (PWS)||BMW: DUE TO DEBRIS ENTERING OIL PASSAGE OF ENGINE, IT WILL KNOCK AND LOSE POWER, DURING CYLINDER HEAD MATING SURFACES AND CLEANING OF ENGINE BLOCK AFTER REPAIR TO ENGINE. *PE|
|05/01/2013||112000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:ALTERNATOR/GENERATOR/REGULATOR||BMW: ON SOME VEHICLES, THE ALTERNATOR WOULD MALFUNCTION, DUE TO SPORADICALLY CHARGING OR NOT CHARGE AT ALL, INTERMITTENTLY, WHEN ENGINE'S AT OPERATING TEMPERATURE. MODELS F10, F25. NO MODEL YEARS LISTED. *PE|
|05/01/2013||060000 ENGINE (PWS)||BMW: SOME VEHICLE ENGINES MAY EXPERIENCE A DELAY IN RESPONSE TO ACCELERATION, AFTER SLOWING DOWN, DUE TO AN UNFAVORABLE SOFTWARE CALIBRATION. MODELS F10, 25, 07, E70, 71. NO MODEL YEARS LISTED. *PE|
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