BMW Engine Repair
Over the past few years, BMW has transitioned from eight-cylinder engines to turbo-charged, six-cylinder power plants. This affects many of their top-line vehicles. The reason behind this is simple. BMW has to adhere to higher European emission regulations. Engines now have more electronic management systems to the vehicle running as efficiently as possible. That said, whenever you see the check engine light come on, we advise you not to ignore it. A check engine may mean anything from a faulty oxygen sensor to a loose cap, but ignoring it may lead to bigger problems for you. Once you bring your BMW to our shop, our tech will do a thorough inspection of your engine management system. When the problem is diagnosed, we'll be able to give you a direct repair estimate, and you can make an informed decision on which way we go.
Schedule BMW Service With Us
After our tech has finished with their repair, they'll take your vehicle on one final test drive before bringing your vehicle around for pick up. When you arrive, we'll speak to you about the repairs done to your BMW and what services to look forward to in the near future. If you're interested to learn more, our staff will answer any questions you have on BMW maintenance and repair. To inquire about BMW repair, or make an appointment, feel free to give us a call at (510) 549-1515. Our state-of-the-art shop is located at 2300 4th Street in Berkeley, California. We can't wait for the "ultimate" back in your "ultimate driving machine.”