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      10-26-2010, 11:36 AM   #9
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So, as far as we know, there's still no solution. Just will make it easier to get pumps replaced?

Seems like it's just more of the same since depending on service history, a pump may be replaced or a car will just get the software update...

Yes, that is what it sounds like, but the article mentions that BMW produced a properly working fuel pump in March. I guess we will see when people take in their cars for this voluntary recall.

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BMW admitted to ABC News that it wasn't until March of this year, four years after these cars were introduced, that it finally found a fix: a properly working fuel pump. "We were making changes but we also had to see and make sure that they were actually reliable in the field," said Baloga.
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