hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
69,000 miles

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2006 BMW 750 brakes problems

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2006 BMW 750 Owner Comments

problem #4

Aug 182012

750 8-cyl

  • miles


2006 BMW 750 li. Consumer writes in regards to vehicle oil leak and major mechanical problems. The dealer agreed to fix the vehicle. However, when the consumer picked the vehicle up, the leak was still present. The consumer went to another dealer, where she was informed the vehicle had multiple leaks; the alternator mount bracket seal was leaking, as well as the valve guide seals, the upper timing case cover seals, the valley pan was leaking coolant and the vacuum pump was leaking. The mechanic stated even though the vehicle had a good appearance, he observed signs of wear on the engine parts and road grime and stains on other engine parts. Updated 04/16/14.

- Oxon Hill, MD, USA

problem #3

Sep 052012

750 8-cyl

  • 100,000 miles
The contact owns a 2006 BMW 750li. The contact stated that while driving 40 mph, the contact depressed the brake pedal but the brake booster did not activate. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for inspection and they stated that the vacuum pump and the brake booster failed and needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified who confirmed that the vehicle was not included in recall NHTSA campaign id number: 10V446000 (service brakes, hydraulic: Power assist: Vacuum). The failure mileage was 100,000...updated 11/26/12 the consumer stated vacuum pump leaked oil into the vacuum booster pipe that connected to the brake booster. Oil deteriorated the booster, which resulted in power brake failure. Updated 11/28/12

- Canastota, NY, USA

problem #2

May 182011

750 8-cyl

  • 100,000 miles
The contact owns a 2006 BMW 750li. The contact stated that while braking at any speed, the vehicle would jerk and experience an increased stopping distance. The failure recurred whenever the brakes were applied. The manufacturer was notified, and the contact was informed that the vehicle was not included in the recall associated with NHTSA campaign id number 10V446000 (service brakes, hydraulic:power assist:vacuum). The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 100,000 and the current mileage was 107,000. Updated 09/15/11 the consumer stated he is also having problems getting recall 09V384000 air:frontal rectified by BMW. The consumer was informed his VIN was not included in the recall, even though he is experiencing the same problem. Updated 09/19/11

- Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

problem #1

Dec 212009

750 8-cyl

  • Manual transmission
  • 76,000 miles
2006 BMW 750li. Consumer states complete loss of braking system. The consumer was able to use the manual transmission to downshift to first gear. At the time of the brake failure, there was no warning on the electronic dashboard to suggest any malfunction of the engine, brake fluid, front brakes etc. According to the service invoice, the vacuum pump leaked oil into the vacuum supply hose to the brake booster which caused the booster to fail.

- Merritt Island, FL, USA

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