BMW Service Tips
- October 13, 2017
- Posted by Eurobahn BMW MINI Mercedes-Benz Audi
- 2 Comments
There is a great deal of pride that comes with owning and driving a BMW. There is also a good deal of responsibility in maintaining your BMW. Here is a look at some helpful insight shared by Eurobahn BMW MINI Mercedes-Benz Audi that will ensure your BMW keeps on running smoothly.
BMW owners who have exceeded the 100K mile mark should consider replacing their fuel pump along with the filter before it fails. There are a high number of incidents of fuel pumps failing between 100 and 150k miles. To avoid the unpleasantness of being stranded, it is a good idea to replace the fuel pump once your BMW hits the 100k mile mark. And to keep your fuel pump running well, don’t let your gas level go down too low.
The low-lying fog lights on a BMW make them easily susceptible to damage from random debris. Adding a little more protection can make these lights more durable. Try using a store-bought plastic covering over the lens. These self-adhesive products are low in cost and available from a variety of manufacturers.
It is not uncommon for a cooling system to fail in a BMW. The reason for this is that many of the parts within the cooling system are made of plastic. The wear and tear of usage can cause these parts to break down over the course of time. It’s a good idea to have your radiator and cooling tank checked during routine BMW maintenance in order to stay on top of this potential issue.
An alignment on your BMW should go one step further and examine the steering angle sensor. This sensor is very important to BMWs that are equipped with Dynamic Stability Control. A failure to accurately calibrate this steering angle sensor will cause problems when it comes to using your brakes, especially when skidding or using evasive maneuvers. There is also specialized equipment used by mechanics to calibrate this particular sensor.
BMWs call for the use of synthetic oil, but not recommended to go beyond 7,500 miles before getting an oil change. This will enable your vehicle to maintain optimum performance at all times. However, if your service indicator light comes on before that 7,500-mile mark, get it in for an BMW oil change.
When it is time to get your BMW serviced in Greensboro, make sure to visit Eurobahn BMW Greensboro. Our team of experienced technicians is trained in the proper procedures that are necessary to service all makes and models of BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo and Land Rover vehicles.