Troubleshooting Techniques to Fix Your BMW
We know the call: “Hey, fix my BMW.” You mean business. And why not? BMWs are high quality cars, but anything mechanical will need repair from time to time. But you don’t want to just trust your BMW to any auto shop. This is a highly specialized car. It needs a highly specialized mechanic that delivers a superior level of repair. Naturally, you want to enjoy the high performance of your BMW as long as possible. And the only way to do that is to bring it into a shop that specifically specializes in BMW repair. That’s why we’ve been raising the bar on car repair for BMWs and other European cars since 2001. We deliver a superior level of craftsmanship that makes all the difference. Fix your BMW? We’d be happy to!
Engine Not Starting?
If your engine refuses to start or roll over, you might be dealing with a loose battery connection, or the connections have become corroded and faulty. Check the connections, giving them a wiggle to make sure they are secure. If there’s rust, remove the rust with an iron brush.
Your starter might also have gone kaput. This repair won’t break the bank, but will likely require a professional mechanic or at least someone handy with cars.
Does Your Engine Have Trouble Starting in the Cold?
If you have trouble starting the car in cold weather, you again might be dealing with bad or rusty connections. You might also have a dirty or clogged air filter, which is easy to replace. You might also need to replace your spark plugs, especially if you’ve experienced sluggishness in the engine.
Car Overheating? What to Do
If your car is overheating, you need to stop driving your car immediately. It’s one of the easiest ways to do serious damage to your engine. Call a tow truck or troubleshoot the problem from the side of the road.
First, understand how the system works. Coolant flows from your engine through the engine head, propelled by the water pump. Start by checking the coolant level and radiator cap. You’ll need to wait for the radiator to completely cool before unscrewing it. Inspect the cap for corrosion, rust, or any visible sign of damage. You might have air bubbles in the system — a phenomenon mechanics refer to as burping. This can impede circulation. Use a funnel and add coolant to the system. This should out any clogged air bubbles and improve circulation.
If you still can’t figure out the problem yourself, give us a call. We’ll be happy to fix your BMW!
BMW Specialists with Over 60 Years of Combined Experience
We have been serving the Cincinnati area since 2001. Our mechanics live and breathe BMWs. We are ASE certified and all of our work is guaranteed under warranty.
BMW repairs we specialize in include:
- Minor and major engine repair
- Electrical services
- Shocks & struts
- Air conditioning
- And more
One thing we can promise you is an honest answer. Since 2001, we’ve based on business on honesty and integrity. We’ll always give it to you straight. With every repair, we look towards customer satisfaction — building an ongoing and lasting relationship with the customer. We promise to deliver the highest quality of care — the best you’ll find in the Cincinnati area. Our customers are dedicated because they know they can’t find this level of quality specialized auto repair anywhere else.
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