Technical Issues on the BMW iX? Here's What You Need to Know
The BMW iX is a highly advanced vehicle, but like many other cars, it can have technical issues. Recently, BMW has called customers who bought the BMW iX and asked them to return the car due to some problems that need to be fixed. This has caused some confusion among owners of the BMW iX.
Fortunately, there are resources available to help owners understand what is going on. The BMW iX Owners UK forum has plenty of posts about delivery hold ups due to software upgrades and other technical issues. Additionally, a tool is available to check for recalls on the BMW website.
It appears that the most common issue with the BMW iX is related to software affecting the battery charging module, valet parking module, and airbag alert display module. In some cases, a recall for the battery itself may be necessary, which would require replacement in a few cars. Supposedly, the software fix will be available on July 28th.
If your vehicle is subject to a battery recall, it could take up to 8 weeks for repair. If you have any questions or concerns about your BMW iX, it is best to contact your local dealer or BMW Customer Service for more information. They can provide you with details about any recalls or repairs that may be necessary.
Overall, while technical issues can be frustrating, they are not uncommon in modern vehicles. With the right resources and support from BMW Customer Service, you should be able to get your BMW iX back in working order soon.
Does BMW iX have technical issues?
Yes, the new iX has technical issues. Generally software affecting the battery charging module, valet parking module and airbag alert display module in these cars, but in some cases a recall for the battery itself (which will require replacement in a few cars). The software remedy’s are all available as of today. If you are subject to the Battery recall -which is supposedly only 80 vehicles (not sure if this number is US or global) than the Battery pack will need to be replaced and this will take some time (estimated 8 weeks).
How can I check if my BMW iX is affected by any recalls?
Try to check this tool - it is back and working since this morning. My recalls were not visible on official BMW website but are here. You can also call the BMW genius I line- they know which vehicles are effected.
What is the defect code for battery recall?
The defect code for battery recall is 0061870600. It is a recall for the battery itself, which will require replacement in a few cars. The software remedy’s are all available as of today.
What should I do if my BMW iX is affected by the recall?
If your BMW iX is affected by the recall, you should contact your local BMW dealer and arrange to have the battery replaced. The process may take up to 8 weeks, so it's important to act quickly. You can also call the BMW Genius Line for more information about the recall and how to proceed.