Your BMW is packed with technologically-advanced systems that are at the very cutting edge of motoring engineering. Modern cars rely greatly on sensors within their various systems to ensure factors such as air flow, fuel injection, and handling. These components are precisely managed by onboard computers and sensors to maintain your high-performance engine. An important sensor your BMW relies on is the oxygen sensor. Oxygen sensors are important to the operation of your vehicle and serve several essential roles. In this article, we will look closer at the oxygen sensor, finding out what is does and …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
BMWs offer the best in driving performance. They are designed to be pleasing to the eye and they are loads of fun to drive. However, if you have had the unfortunate luck of having an accident in your BMW, there is a chance that your car won’t start following a collision. This is a common issue caused by the BMW battery safety terminal sensor, also known as the BST sensor. Let’s take a look at this sensor and what to do when it fails.
The battery safety terminal (BST) sensor is …Read More
BMW vehicles have an elite reputation globally for car enthusiasts. Each model is sleek, stylish, and powerful with a long-standing history of high performance and longevity. Even so, multiple issues can develop over time with BMWs. It’s important to catch all issues as early as possible before they cause extensive damage. This is true of a bracket seal failure in your alternator.
It is sometimes difficult for car owners to grasp the gravity of the situation when a part begins to fail because they can’t see it and they usually do not …Read More
As a BMW owner, you probably have a special bond with your automobile. There are countless online communities where BMW owners are seen celebrating their cars, posting photos of their unique configurations, and sharing information and knowledge with each other.
BMWs are well-made imports that have stood the test of time, and that’s what makes it all the more painful when a part within the vehicle breaks or fails. One problem that has been popping up with BMWs in particular is a rear differential leak. Many who are reading up on this problem for the first time may not …Read More
BMW owners are passionate about their cars. This is because BMW offers innovative technology and strong performance while being reliable and fun to drive. If you own a BMW, it is vital that you take proper care of it and have it serviced regularly, or you may end up dealing with sputtering problems.
If your vehicle is sputtering, it means that it isn’t getting enough fuel or power. If you experience sputtering and press down on the gas pedal and the sputtering doesn’t stop, this is a sign that there is an issue with the …Read More
Owning a BMW is a luxury, and there are certain expectations of performance and quality of the brand. The level of performance exceeds the standard and provides you with a smooth and enjoyable ride very time. The sleek exterior matches the carefully-designed interior so you can ride in safety and comfort. However, As your BMW gets older and gathers more mileage, it is going to need routine care and maintenance.
One of the components that may need repair is the blower final stage fan resistor. In this article, you will find information as to what this piece is …Read More
BMWs are fantastic cars to own as well as drive. Keeping current on your car’s maintenance and service schedule will help you to avoid high-end repair prices. At Ultimate Bimmer Service, we will provide you with expert BMW service and maintenance without the high costs that you will see at a dealership.
If you are experiencing a vacuum leak in your BMW, you know that it can be maddening. A leak is a common problem that we run across, and we can diagnose the issue and fix it for you. Let’s discuss vacuum leaks in BMWs …Read More
Almost all modern vehicles rely upon electric cooling fans to pull air through the vehicle radiator to keep the engine cool. These cooling fans rely upon electric motor, and they typically have a moderate to high slow draw, which means that they are commonly controlled with a relay. That relay controls the fans for the engine. You want all of the parameters to be properly met so that everything works in tandem with the other components. The relay will typically be activated once the temperature approaches a high level. If you have a faulty cooling fan relay, …Read More
For many drivers owning a BMW is the pinnacle of luxury and performance. BMW has remained one of the premiere European-made vehicles for decades and consistently set and raise the bar when it comes to things like performance, reliability and interior comforts and technology. However like any other car they are not immune from sudden issues and recent models featuring the N55 engine have seen multiple problems related to bearing failures. If your BMW is beginning to experience performance issues or you are noticing problems throughout your car, these are just a few of the signs that indicate you …Read More