Excellent service for premium cars since 2017
 

BMW Repair and Service

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FOR YOUR bmw

  • Factory trained BMW technicians

  • Precision inspections with advanced diagnostic equipment and tools

  • Trustworthy, no-pressure overviews and recommendations

  • Genuine BMW and Motorsports parts

 
 
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WE REPAIR EVERY bmw model

Our repairs and services span every Series offered by BMW. Regardless of the year and Series you own, rest assured your BMW will be in the best hands. Models repaired include:

  • 1 Series: 128, 135

  • 3 Series: 320, 325, 328, 330, 335, M3

  • 4 Series: 428, 435

  • 5 Series: 528, 535, 530, 540, 545, M5

  • 6 Series: 640, 650, M6

  • 7 Series: 740, 750, 760, B7 Alpina

  • 8 Series: 840, 850

  • X: X1, X3, X5, X5 M, X6, X6 M

  • Z: Z3, Z3 M, Z4, Z4 M, Z8


bmw REPAIRS

ABOUT THE REPAIR SERVICES WE COMMONLY PERFORM

Each owner and their BMW is unique, so we provide a personalized approach to you and your BMW. With factory-level training and expertise, our BMW technicians will carefully listen to you and diagnose every issue. Whether there is a problem with the suspension in your X5 or excessive oil consumption in your 550xi, you can be confident in a quality repair job.

A BRIEF LIST OF OUR bmw REPAIRS

  • Engine Repair

  • Drivetrain and Transmission Repair (xDrive, Manual, Automatic)

  • Brake Repair (ABS, Disc brakes, drum brakes)

  • Suspension and Steering Repair

  • Electrical Repair: Cluster, Headlights (Halogen, HID, LED)

  • Cooling System Repair (Radiator, Air Conditioning)

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bmw MAINTENANCE SERVICES

ABOUT THE MAINTENANCE SERVICES WE PERFORM

  • BMW Factory Maintenance Services

  • Oil Changes

  • Fluid Replacements and Exchanges (engine oil, transmission, coolant, brake, and more.)

  • Tune-ups

  • Battery Services

  • Wheel Alignment

  • Tire Services

BMW V8 Oil Consumption Issues

 
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So you have oil consumption problems in your BMW’s V-8 engine. Oil consumption is a problem with both the N62 and N63 generation of V-8 engines.  Let’s take this step-by-step and narrow the possible causes:

First, are you seeing oil under the car? This would be an oil leak, not oil consumption. Generally speaking this is a simpler problem to address. There are lots of places where oil can leak so the challenge here is to determine the source of the leak. Once we know where the oil is coming from we can replace seals and gaskets and stop the leak.

Now if you‘re seeing oil coming from the back of the car, specifically out the tailpipe, this would be oil consumption. Oil is getting into the combustion chamber, is being burned, and the burned oil is passing through the catalytic converter and out the tailpipe. Oil consumption can be caused by two primary faults: Either the crankcase ventilation system is malfunctioning causing abnormally high crankcase vacuum, or the piston rings or valve stem seals are leaking oil into the combustion chambers. Crankcase ventilation issues are fairly easy to resolve. If there are no crankcase ventilation issues, then additional testing will be required. 

 
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The more likely culprit is the valve stem seals. Normally valve stem seals will last the life of the vehicle. BMW has a design problem and the valve stem seals fail prematurely. Valve stem seals can be replaced and because they are leaking does NOT mean you should sell the car. We have the special tools and expertise required to make this repair and have successfully repaired many of the V-8 engines. This is an expensive repair but if your car is otherwise in good shape, it makes sense to replace the valve stem seals.