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Default N54 Fuel Injector Reimbursement - 12-29-2015, 09:34 AM

Per SIB 010215

Note: The reimbursement request options that follows are planned to be available on or after the week of 1/11/2016.



For a customer to request reimbursement for a “qualifying customer-pay repair” performed either by an authorized BMW center or independent repair shop located in the United States (including Puerto Rico), please have him/her submit his/her reimbursement request “online” at www.BMW-RP.com under the following reference:


B-ELWR 2015 Fuel Injectors 10Y120M

Reimbursement Request Procedure



The online process is initiated by attaching/sending “PDF files” of the supporting documentation for the “prior repair.”



The website, the customer-pay reimbursement attachment to this bulletin and the soon to be mailed customer letters all provide information as to “what” documentation is needed to be supplied to support a prior repair.



Alternative methods to request reimbursement, either through the mail or by fax, are also provided.



A copy of the “Customer-pay” reimbursement attachment may be printed and provided to the customer.



Repairs that do not Qualify for Reimbursement



Repairs performed on ineligible vehicles, eligible vehicles operated and had their repair performed outside the United States and Puerto Rico and/or the diagnosis and repair of other unrelated issues.



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Default 12-29-2015, 01:41 PM

What if you purchased the injectors and replaced them yourself?


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Default 12-29-2015, 02:14 PM

B01 02 15 Attachment December 2015
N54 Engine Fuel Injectors – Limited Warranty Extension to 10 Years/120,000 Miles
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Previous Customer-pay Repairs – Limited Warranty Extension Reimbursement
Under this extended limited warranty, BMW of North America, LLC (“BMW NA”) will provide reimbursement for “qualifying customer-pay repairs” that were performed on an eligible vehicle prior to the release of this component-specific limited warranty extension.
Customer-pay repairs are subject to the applicable vehicle and coverage eligibility requirements, exclusions and limitations that apply to the BMW New Vehicle Limited Warranty for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks.
Requesting Reimbursement for a Previous Repair that Qualifies
If you previously had a “qualifying customer-pay repair” performed either by an authorized BMW center or independent repair shop located in the United States (including Puerto Rico), please submit your reimbursement request “online” at www.BMW-RP.com under the following reference:
• B-ELWR 2015 Fuel Injectors 10Y120M
The online process is initiated by attaching/sending “PDF files” of the supporting documentation for the “prior repair.”
Alternative Method to Request Reimbursement
Mail or fax your request and documentation to:
BMW Customer Reimbursement Center
Attention: B-ELWR 2015 Fuel Injectors 10Y120M
P.O. Box 561089
Dallas, Texas 75356
Fax number: 877-434-2992
Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing your request.
Should you have any questions concerning this reimbursement process, please call 1-844-857-0341.
For all other questions, please contact the BMW’s Customer Relations and Services via email at Customerrelations@bmwusa.com or via telephone at 1-800-831-1117.
Please have your 17-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) available and include the VIN with all communications



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Default 12-29-2015, 03:27 PM

[QUOTE=duracell8;432991]Per SIB 010215

I called Bmw last week and told them I had injectors leaking and they told me they had already been replaced in 2011 and they only had a 2 year warranty on the replacements. Does the SIB only cover injectors that haven't been replaced one time already ? Thanks


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Default 12-29-2015, 04:16 PM

I am not a warranty administrator, I dont work for BMWNA. I am only sharing what information I have found with the community. Feel free to visit the website linked or call the number provided and hear it directly from BMW.



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Default 03-22-2016, 08:51 AM

FYI, I replaced my injectors a couple weeks ago with injectors I ordered online. I filled out the BMW reimbursement form online and got a check yesterday from BMW for $1540. If you have recently upgraded injectors its worth checking whether you qualify.
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Default 03-22-2016, 09:44 AM

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FYI, I replaced my injectors a couple weeks ago with injectors I ordered online. I filled out the BMW reimbursement form online and got a check yesterday from BMW for $1540. If you have recently upgraded injectors its worth checking whether you qualify.
How long did it take to get the check from the time you filled out the form?
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Default 03-22-2016, 10:00 AM

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FYI, I replaced my injectors a couple weeks ago with injectors I ordered online. I filled out the BMW reimbursement form online and got a check yesterday from BMW for $1540. If you have recently upgraded injectors its worth checking whether you qualify.
Can you provide a link to this form?
What information did you put on it?
Did you use OEM BMW injectors?
What proof did you need to provide?

Edit: Found this link: http://www.bmw-rp.com/ I entered the last 7 of my VIN and it said "Your vehicle is not involved in any of these programs. Please contact Customer Relations at 1-800-598-4269 should you have questions." I have a 04/2007 335i.


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Default 03-22-2016, 10:14 AM

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Can you provide a link to this form?
What information did you put on it?
Did you use OEM BMW injectors?
What proof did you need to provide?

Edit: Found this link: http://www.bmw-rp.com/ I entered the last 7 of my VIN and it said "Your vehicle is not involved in any of these programs. Please contact Customer Relations at 1-800-598-4269 should you have questions." I have a 04/2007 335i.
only 2010-2011 335i's are eligible
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Default 03-22-2016, 10:23 AM

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How long did it take to get the check from the time you filled out the form?
Took about a week to get the check back. Really fast. I was lucky to have one in the right build date range.
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Default 03-22-2016, 10:24 AM

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only 2010-2011 335i's are eligible
Dang. Thanks


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Default 03-22-2016, 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by ferocity02
Can you provide a link to this form?
What information did you put on it?
Did you use OEM BMW injectors?
What proof did you need to provide?

Edit: Found this link: http://www.bmw-rp.com/ I entered the last 7 of my VIN and it said "Your vehicle is not involved in any of these programs. Please contact Customer Relations at 1-800-598-4269 should you have questions." I have a 04/2007 335i.
I bought injectors from ECStuning. I did it myself so I had $0 labor. I sent PDF copies of the receipt from ECS and the paypal receipt to show that it was paid.
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Default 03-22-2016, 10:43 AM

Dont forget to send me my 10% cut...

Thanks in advance,

OP


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Default 03-22-2016, 10:44 AM

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only 2010-2011 335i's are eligible
I think this is correct. only 2010+ cars. If anyone has had an injector recall done and are pre 2010 model year, they aren't eligible for reimbursement....

If anyone who has had an injector recall done before in the past and is 07-09 model year was reimbursed, come forth and share your experience please.


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Default 03-22-2016, 11:03 AM

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Dont forget to send me my 10% cut...

Thanks in advance,

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Default 03-22-2016, 11:45 AM

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only 2010-2011 335i's are eligible
I have a 2010 535i and after I entered in my VIN, it's letting me fill out the form. Does that mean I am covered for a new set of injectors?

EDIT: These are the models that are covered:
E60 (535i Sedan and 535i xDrive Sedan)
Model Year 2010 produced 1/21/2009 to 12/17/2009

E61 (535i xDrive Sports Wagon)
Model Year 2010 produced 2/18/2009 to 3/30/2010

E71 (X6 xDrive35i)
Model Year 2010 produced 6/10/2009 to 3/18/2010

E82 (135i Coupe)
Model Year 2010 produced 8/13/2009 to 2/26/2010

E88 (135i Convertible)
Model Year 2010 produced 7/22/2009 to 2/26/2010

E89 (Z4 sDrive35i)
Model Years 2010 and 2011 produced 8/31/2009 to 8/30/2011

E90 (335i Sedan and 335i xDrive Sedan)
Model Year 2010 produced from 4/23/2009 to 2/25/2010

E92 (335i Coupe and 335i xDrive Coupe)
Model Year 2010 produced 7/27/2009 to 02/26/2010

E93 (335i Convertible)
Model Year 2010 produced 8/29/2009 to 2/25/2010

F01 (740i Sedan)
Model Years 2011 and 2012 produced 11/16/2009 to 6/20/2012

F02 (740Li Sedan LWB)
Model Years 2011 and 2012 produced 2/18/2010 to 6/20/2012

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Default 03-22-2016, 11:51 AM

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I have a 2010 535i and after I entered in my VIN, it's letting me fill out the form. Does that mean I am covered for a new set of injectors?
I assume so. My 2009 produces:

Your vehicle is not involved in any of these programs. Please contact Customer Relations at 1-800-598-4269 should you have questions.
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Default 03-22-2016, 12:04 PM

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I bought injectors from ECStuning. I did it myself so I had $0 labor. I sent PDF copies of the receipt from ECS and the paypal receipt to show that it was paid.
You should have billed yourself $100 an hour for labor, I'm almost certain they would reimburse it.


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Default 03-22-2016, 12:21 PM

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You should have billed yourself $100 an hour for labor, I'm almost certain they would reimburse it.
Yeah, I wish I had thought to do so. I wasn't sure they would even reimburse for a DIY so I didn't want to push it. Hopefully someone else can take advantage of that
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Default 03-22-2016, 12:49 PM

You guys are really lucky in NA, in europe we got nothing like this...


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Default 04-05-2016, 11:10 AM

I just received my reimbursement check in the mail. I did the work myself and purchased the injectors online. I showed them my order receipt and just used MS Word to draft a Work Order with issues, diagnosis, steps taken, and resolution.


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Default 04-06-2016, 06:45 PM

Wtf i just changed them myself. Ill try but i bought remans on ebay
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Default 04-06-2016, 08:49 PM

So this does not cover 2012-13 N54's?
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Default 04-14-2016, 07:22 AM

Can someone post what the bad fuel injector part numbers are and what the good one is. If i have bad ones im going to try and fight for my 07 to get covered
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Default 04-16-2016, 06:47 AM

It allowed me to submit a reimbursement for a 2011 335is. Been almost 2 weeks haven't got an email or call from so I'm hoping they will reimburse. Good luck to all on this!


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