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If you own a BMW, we have no doubt in the pride that you have for your vehicle. A BMW is a huge investment, and taking care of your vehicle correctly is the first step in protecting your investment and the integrity of your car. In this blog, we'll give you some great tips on how to care for your BMW. One of the main things you can do for your car is taking it for maintenance regularly. Here at our auto shop, we can help you create a service plan to make significant great savings. Check and Replace Fluids as Necessary Your BMW runs on many different important fluids, such as brake fluid, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and more. Over time, these fluids can become contaminated and will not work as efficiently. Dirty or low fluids should be exchanged by the experts at our shop to ensure that your vehicle's most crucial systems are protected. Pay Attention to Your Brakes The brakes are the most important safety feature of your ... read more
Here is an example of a modern engine issue. Many manufacturer’s today use direct injection to enhance fuel economy and improve engine performance. But there is a dark side to this new technology, fuel no longer washes the intake valves during each cycle, and allows carbon buildup. Once carbon has built up on the valves, you will experience engine hesitation, a loss of power, and if untreated costly engine damage in your BMW 3-4-5-6-7-8 X & M series BMW The solution to this problem is “blasting” the carbon deposits with an abrasive material to remove them from the intake valves. Our Carbon Blasting process is second to none! We use a very fine grade of walnut shells, and our technicians take the time to remove ALL traces of carbon on the valves, ensuring that your engine will run at optimal levels longer. Many others do not spend the necessary time to clean up all traces of carbon, and the buildup soon returns. If you have a 2005 or newer car, you will e ... read more