Category Archive: BMW

  1. October 27, 2016

    What the Check Engine Light can mean on your European Car

    The check engine light can be a scary sight – but don’t fret as the cause is not always a serious problem. Many BMWs, Porsche, Mercedes and other newer vehicles will turn on the check engine light for something as simple as a loose gas cap. So the first thing you should check is that […]

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  2. September 17, 2016
  3. August 31, 2016

    BMW’s and Audi’s Direct Injected Engines: The Issue of Carbon Buildup

    BMW and Audi owners should beware of a specific engine issue. Over the last several years, the auto industry has made the transition from port fuel delivery to direct injected engines, but that has come with it’s own issues, particularly with carbon build up.  Direct injection is when a controlled amount of fuel is precisely sprayed […]

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  4. August 12, 2016

    What to Know About BMW Valve Stem Leaks

    BMW Service in Salt Lake City and Park City Utah: BMW owners need to be aware of a complicated and inevitable problem.  With time, the valve stems of BMWs harden, creating an unsuccessful seal with the stem that eventually causes leakage.  This results in smoking and excessive oil consumption, along with decreased life of the catalytic […]

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  5. December 12, 2013

    New M3 Specs Announced

    BMW just announced the specs and details for the 2015 M3 to arrive in showrooms in early Summer 2014. Utilize a 3.0L turbocharged inline-six engine making 425 hp and 406 lb-ft of torque 176 lbs lighter and 25% more fuel efficient than the previous M3 0-6 mps in 4.1 seconds with 6-speed manual transmission, 3.9 […]

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  6. July 9, 2013

    Walnut Shell Blasting

    Is your BMW, Mini or Audi running rough and down on power even though there is no check engine light and you have taken care of all your recommended maintenance?  If so, you may need a walnut shell blasting decarbon service. First off the “Why” your car is having issues.  Modern engines often use a […]

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  7. April 22, 2013

    The Heart of a BMW

    Finally making some progress on the BMW 535i project car.  It’s been getting neglected lately, but I found some time to pull the engine.  It’s now sitting on an engine stand waiting to be disassembled and have some improved parts installed to be happy under boost.  It is a BMW so we have to make sure […]

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  8. July 25, 2012

    BMW Repair Salt Lake City: Signs You Need a Tune-Up

    Vehicles today are sophisticated, fine-tuned machines. Much more so than those of, say the 1970’s. In that era, cars needed what was called a tune-up every 5-10,000 miles! Could you imagine needing to have a tune-up done on your car every other oil change?! Now today’s vehicles don’t require major services as frequently, but to […]

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  9. July 5, 2012

    Auto Repair Salt Lake City: Higher Insurance Rates? Preposterous!

    Whether you pay monthly, bi-monthly, yearly, or are the Batman and don’t pay for insurance, there are a multitude of aspects that can affect your insurance rates. However there are a fair share of rumors out there having to do with what ACTUALLY makes your insurance rates more or less. Your local Salt Lake City BMW […]

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  10. April 30, 2012

    Preventive Maintenance with Salt Lake City BMW Repair

    Next to a home, your vehicle is one of the largest investments you can make. While it is always recommended that you take your vehicle to your local Salt Lake City BMW Repair for routine maintenance, there are a few things you can do on your own to prolong the life of your vehicle. One simple thing […]

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