Modern BMW cars use automated adaptive headlights to improve nighttime and low-light driving and safety. However, as with all additions to cars, while the benefits are great, it does mean that there is an additional car component to maintain. Because of this, we’ve put together this handy article to help you learn more about your BMW’s automated headlights, how they function, and where to go for help if they don’t work properly.
BMW’s headlights are commonly referred to as adaptive headlights because they are able to move the light projector to the left or right reflexively as …Read More
As the proud owner of a BMW, you expect your vehicle to live up to its promises of innovative design, revolutionary performance, and world-class durability and precision. Both your vehicle’s brake system and chassis, otherwise known as the car’s bottom frame, are essential to a BMW’s ability to run properly and safely. However, as with all other vehicle parts, the brakes and the chassis can get worn or experience damage that interrupts both durability and performance. In this article, we will explain a little more about your car’s brakes and chassis, discuss signs that they are in …Read More
Driving BMW’s E93 retractable-hardtop convertible is exciting and carefree. If you are in a place with a good amount of sunshine, there is no better feeling than throwing the convertible roof back and experiencing a relaxing drive, feeling the wind in your hair and the sun on your skin.
When the BMW E93 was first released, it was the top of its class. What set this vehicle apart from the other similar vehicles was that it took advantage of a hardtop roof. This was not a common feature when the BMW E93 first came out, and the design of it …Read More
BMW has a strong reputation for offering high-performance and high-quality to drivers around the world. Popular for decades, BMW are reliable, innovative, and stylish. However, something which can dampen the experience of owning a BMW is part failure. Because of this, we will take a closer look at valve cover leaks and who to call if you need this issue resolved.
Your BMW may have one or two valve covers, depending on the way that it has been configured. A standard four or six-cylinder engine will only require one valve cover, while those of …Read More
One of the biggest reasons why BMW is so loved worldwide is the attention to detail that they give to every single part of their cars. They constantly look for new innovations in even the smallest parts and work to fine-tune and improve the quality of parts in each new model they produce. When you drive a BMW you know you’re at the forefront of motoring expertise.
Even with such a drive for perfection, with time and use, sometimes simple wear and tear can cause parts to fail. It is your responsibility as a driver to look after your car …Read More
Your BMW is unique to you in more ways than just performance. You rely on your BMW to get you around safely and efficiently at your beck and call. As you drive your BMW around, one part that is crucial to its function is the radiator. The radiator is part of the cooling system in your BMW and plays a key role in keeping the engine at an optimal temperature. The hot coolant from the engine is pumped into one end of the radiator and then cooled only to be circulated again while repeatedly while your engine is …Read More
The exhaust manifold of your BMW is meant to collect the exhaust gases from the engine’s cylinders into one pipe, the collector. They’re known by a collection of names: headers, exhaust manifolds, and tubular manifolds. This component is essential to the proper functioning of your vehicle, as it is directly associated with the engine ignition process. This is where the waste gases are funneled into after fuel has been burned in the engine and later sent to the tailpipe.
Some common signs of exhaust manifold issues in your BMW could be a noisy engine…Read More
As the owner of a BMW, you are probably more in tune with your vehicle’s performance than most. The pride that comes with owning such a vehicle is not uncommon, and it is typical of Bimmer drivers to want the best care and support for the vehicle that they can access. Part of this is knowing when something has gone wrong with your vehicle and contacting support for it as soon as you can.
One of the issues that arise in BMWs, and all other vehicles, is the failure, malfunction, or interruption of the spark plug or its …Read More
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