BMW Service – Taillight Wiring Electrical Problem

BMW E60 (528Xi) - The car presented with an intermittent turn signal and brake light, warnings being received on the dash mounted iDrive system. Examination by our BMW Service techs quickly reveled that the fault was the rear rear circuit board, and wiring harness for the passenger side. BMW electrical connector, noted melted ground contact pin. You will note that the ground lead wire and electrical connector have melted into the plastic wiring plug, damaging both the wire, the connector, and the taillight circuit board. BMW has had an issue with this on the E60, and on other BMW [...]

By | March 2nd, 2015|Case Studies|Comments Off on BMW Service – Taillight Wiring Electrical Problem

BMW Radiator – Replacement and Prevention

Why BMW engine radiator, clogged with debris. BMW E60 Radiator, you'll note leaking at the cores on the bottom rows. The cause became quickly evident, the back of the radiator was covered with leaves and other debris that had been drawn into the radiator core. Nearly impossible to clean without removal, or extensive disassembly, it can help if you are able to clean out any visible leaves. Also a strong underbody car wash may aid in displacing the debris. If you car has the symptoms noted above, you might want to give us a call, BEFORE the failure occurs. The update [...]

By | February 27th, 2015|Case Studies|Comments Off on BMW Radiator – Replacement and Prevention

BMW Service – Ignition Coils – Catalytic Convertor Replacement

What BMW Service - That flashing red or yellow Check Engine light? It means something, and on later model BMW, Audi, Mercedes, and other imports, it frequently means that one or more ignition coils have given up the ghost, especially if you've got 80,000 to 100,000 miles on the odometer. Bosch coil, Bosch is OEM for BMW on this part. So what is the ignition coil? Quite simply, this small little electronic device provides the voltage that fires the spark plugs, and is the heart of your BMW's engine performance...unfortunately, it's also one of the key things that can disable [...]

By | February 16th, 2015|Case Studies|Comments Off on BMW Service – Ignition Coils – Catalytic Convertor Replacement