Many people are attracted to Land Rovers because of the sophisticated appearance and luxuriously appointed interiors. However it is the ride, that silky smooth ride, which closes the deal for many Land Rover owners. The smooth Land Rover ride that it is famous for is due in large part to the Land Rover’s suspension system. Many Land Rovers on the road today have an air suspension system or SLS-self leveling suspension. This system provides a feathery soft ride over bumps and a quiet interior for passengers. However if you notice that bumps that your Land Rover used to glide over are suddenly becoming jolts strong enough to spill your coffee you may be feeling the effects of a degraded or broken air suspension system in your Land Rover.
There is always a certain sense of dread that overcomes one when the check engine light (or malfunction indicator light or service engine soon) comes on. That is sometimes followed by confusion and denial after all your BMW seems to be running just fine. That feeling can be exacerbated if, after driving for a while the light goes off only to come back on again later. BMW’s are some of the most reliable cars in the world so the assumption is that whatever is wrong must be something serious.
What Your Check Engine Light Means
Your check engine light is design to monitor and turn on when it detects a fault with your BMW’s emissions system. While the light says “check engine” the reality is that it [...]