BMW’s, especially those with the N52 engine, are known for making a ticking noise. This noise can get worse the more you drive the vehicle and even in some harsh environmental conditions. This ticking noise is mostly annoying, though there are a few times when it does indicate there is a bigger problem with your BMW. Many car owners wonder what they should do when they start hearing the BMW make that ticking noise.
The best thing to do is take your BMW into a qualified mechanic. Even though this ticking noise is pretty common, …Read More
BMW represents the pinnacle of German luxury cars, but even the most quality-made and well-designed vehicle will begin to fail, given time and poor maintenance. Engine misfires in the BMW are common with wear and tear. In this article, we will take a closer look at what happens during engine misfires, explain what causes the problem, and discuss how you can prevent it from happening in your BMW.
To understand engine misfires, let’s first understand the combustion cycle in your engine. Most engines follow a four-stroke or four step combustion cycle to achieve drive. This …Read More
Every time you get into your car, you trust that your vehicle will function properly without any failures. You might notice small annoyances like the air conditioner not working properly or the volume control being a bit finicky, but otherwise you trust that every time you turn your car on it will start and every time you turn your car off it’ll be ready to drive again when you are. That trust means that when your engine stalls, it can be incredibly overwhelming.
There isn’t much that is more disturbing while driving your BMW than the engine suddenly stalling …Read More