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Vehicle's history VIN Check

02. 09. 2021

BMW X6 (2007 – 2011)

Friction corrosion on the connector from the wiring harness to the blower regulator may cause fluctuations in the electrical resistance, which … .

01. 05. 2021

BMW X6 (2018 – 2021)

Defective hydraulic unit of the braking system may cause limited braking support and increased braking distance. Moreover, in such cases, the … .

08. 03. 2021

BMW X6 (2020)

The steering spindle may not have been properly bolted and could become detached. As a result, the steering control would be … .

31. 01. 2021

BMW X6 (2020)

The tyres on the affected vehicles may not have been manufactured according to the specifications. Consequently, sudden loss of pressure and … .

15. 01. 2021

BMW X6/X6M (2020)

The upper rear (roof) spoiler may not have been properly attached during the production process. This may cause the spoiler to … .

26. 12. 2020

BMW X6 / X6M (2020)

Due to defective welding, the push bars on the front axle beam may become detached. Moreover, a failure of the welding … .

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