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really awful
Crashes / Fires:
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Average Mileage:
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2003 BMW M3 fuel system problems

fuel system problem

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2003 BMW M3 Owner Comments

problem #1

Mar 072008

(reported on)

M3 6-cyl

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Consumer would like to know about recalls for a 2003 BMW. He states that he has tried to contact BMW twice and has received no response. He would like to know if there are any outstanding recalls for his vehicle. The consumer stated his vehicle developed a fuel leak and also a faulty quarter panel tail light, brake light and signal light assembly. The consumer stated he repaired the fuel leak and faulty tail light assembly on his own. The consumer discovered four light sockets/ bulbs out of five were non-operational. The only light functioning was the interior trunk illumination lamp. Fuel was leaking into the engine compartment due to a faulty #5 fuel injector. The consumer believed there was a defect in the fuel injector cartridge that caused gasoline to leak into the engine compartment. Updated 12/22/10

- Unknown, DC, USA

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