AGR-callback: ban on driving for some of the BMW Diesel in South Korea

The BMW EGR recall affected Diesel customers in South Korea to a quick visit to the workshop, there are now even driving bans for 20,000 BMW. Alone between January and July, it should be to come in South Korea, 27 vehicle fires, which is why BMW and the Ministry of transport are now trying to check the EGR module of all potentially affected vehicles as soon as possible and replace it if necessary.The driving bans are not to be thought of as a punishment, but to illustrate to the customer the urgency of the matter and so harm from coming to them. In South Korea, a total of 106,000 BMW are called customers, from 20. To allow August to come to the workshop and your vehicle check. Although this Problem occurs worldwide in only 0.12 percent of the vehicles, given the high number of potentially affected vehicles, the danger is not wise, but still out of Hand.In Germany, reacts in a BMW with a “voluntary Technical action” on the EGR problem and will soon be around 96.300 vehicles in the work…

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