BMW 760i Recall, BMW 760Li Recall, Unexpected Doors Opening Danger

Vehicle Make / Model: Model Year(s):

2005 BMW 760I
2006 BMW 760I

2005 BMW 760LI
2006 BMW 760LI
2007 BMW 760LIL

Manufacturer: BMW of North America, LLC Report Receipt Date: OCT 17, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V504000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A


2006 BMW 760i Recalled for Unexpected Door Opening Danger
Potential Number of Units Affected: 7,485


BMW is recalling certain model year 2005-2007 7-Series vehicles, equipped with both Comfort Access and Soft Close Automatic options, and manufactured August 23, 2004, through September 3, 2007. Due to a software problem, the doors may appear to be closed and latched, but, in fact, may inadvertantly open.


The door may unexpectedly open due to road or driving conditions or occupant contact with the door. The sudden opening may result in occupant ejection or increase the risk of injury in the event of a crash.

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