217 TrueDelta members own a 2000 or newer BMW 7-Series. 30 of these members (13.8%) have reported brakes and traction control repairs for their car. A total of 7 brakes and traction control repairs to BMW 7-Series--an average of 0 per vehicle--have been reported.
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- Transmission and Drivetrain
- Brakes and Traction Control
- Suspension and Steering
- Electrical and Air Conditioning
- Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim
28% of the BMW 7-Series repairs were to the engine, 17% to the transmission, 13% to the brakes, 13% to the suspension, 25% to the electrical or air-conditioning systems, 2% to the body and trim, and 2% to other areas of the vehicle.
Of the BMW 7-Series brakes and traction control repairs that were not covered by warranty and were not do-it-yourself repairs, 18% cost less than $100, 50% between $100 and $499, 14% between $500 and $999, 14% between $1000 and $2499, and 4% more than $2500.
2006 BMW 7-Series 4dr Sedan
360-horsepower 4.8L V8 6-speed shiftable automatic RWD
|BMW 7-Series in New Mexico, United States|
|0||Flush brake hydraulic system Air Conditioner/Htg system micro filters replaced|
|BMW 7-Series in Virginia, United States|
|66000||0||In for oil service, they diagnosed a problem with steering angle sensor. Got estimate for $2100 and decided to hold off on repair. Car drives fine.|
|84700||1500||replaced steering angle sensor, no more error messages|
2002 BMW 7-Series
Engine not specified
|BMW 7-Series in Arizona, United States|
|96000||0||Emergency brake sensor.|
2002 BMW 7-Series 4dr Sedan
325-horsepower 4.4L V8 6-speed shiftable automatic RWD
|BMW 7-Series in Myanmar|
1998 BMW 7-Series 4-door
8-cylinder automatic 2WD
|BMW 7-Series in Michigan, United States|
|139000||450||Replaced both rear brake lines which were about to leak.|