Wednesday, April 15, 2015

        BMW, Nissan recall over 94,000 vehicles for stalling issues. Citing two separate filings with the NHTSA, Car and Driver (4/15, Atiyeh, 10.49M) reports BMW and Nissan are recalling 94,296 vehicles equipped with “fuel pumps that can possibly cause the engine to stall.” The article says that both Nissan and BMW contacted Bosch, the fuel pump’s supplier, last year after a rise in warranty claims that “were made for 2014 and 2015 model-year cars that either wouldn’t start or would stall while driving.” According to the report, both companies plan to “notify customers to bring in their cars for a fuel pump replacement by the end” of this month. 

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