From dale_at_unofficialbmw.com Thu Sep 18 09:03:35 1997
From: Dale B <dale_at_unofficialbmw.com>
Subject: Re: BMW Australia recall
To: ned_at_emerald.cns.net.au (Neil Carroll)
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 09:03:29 -0700 (PDT)
Cc: dale_at_unofficialbmw.com ()
Here in lawyer-ville(USA that is), we received a recall notice
starting over 4 years ago. I had my '84 318i E30 at that time done
time, they changed some hoses, added a pressure relief bypass valve
near the firewall, and changed the radiator cap.
I'm very suprised it's taken this long to start the campaign in AU.
> Just received a letter 10 Sept. 97 from BMW Australia about potential
> overloading of the cooling system in my E30. Should the heater heat
> exchanger be affected, they say, hot water and steam may suddenly escape
> into the vehicle interior...impair ivibility through windscreen....serious
> skin injuries....could also result.
> They have offered a "modified radiator cap" free of charge as a reliable
> guarantee against this kind of risk.
> The recall is called Campaign E30 Radiator Cap.
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