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Over 6000 BMWs Recalled in China Citing Problem With Fuel Pump

About 6,109 vehicles of BMW’s imported mini-series will be recalled from 8 April.

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Over 6,000 luxury cars made by German auto giant BMW will be recalled in China due to a fuel pump problem that could cause engine failure while driving, a China’s quality watchdog said.

About 6,109 vehicles of BMW’s imported mini-series will be recalled from 8 April. The recall was due to a fuel pump problem that could cause engine failure while driving, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said in a statement.

The vehicles were produced between 12 June and 19 November, state-run news agency Xinhua reported. The BMW China Automotive Trading Co Ltd will fix the problem free of cost for recalled cars, it added.

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