Question Answered: vehicle will not start
June 20, 2016, 05:12 AM
That can be tricky. There are multiple computers that play a role into making the vehicle start. You'd be best to have a BMW specialist (like us!) to diagnose the exact issue so you don't waste money on costly repairs.
Question Answered: BMW 328i 2011 4dr 6 cyl aut. 96k miles Worth it? Any advise before buying?
May 28, 2015, 04:44 AM
I'd highly recommend to get a pre purchase inspection (We do that!).
That area of mileage is going to be the peak of maintenance requirements, and there are a few needed right in that area. Best to make sure they've been done with proper receipts before purchasing.
Question Answered: Do you guys to diagnostic test? Not just codes, a detail test to tell me exactly
April 29, 2015, 12:15 PM
I'm not going to be much help, other than to inform you that Autozone is not a mechanic- they are a business that wants to sell you a part. If you need a mechanic, go to a mechanic, not a parts house. More than likely you have an air leak that is causing that oxygen sensor fault- which probably didn't need to be replaced in the first place. Go pay the diagnostic fee to have someone look at it- and have them fix it.
Question Answered: The computer thinks the convertible top is halfway open.
February 09, 2015, 04:17 AM
This is something that the average Joe won't be able to fix or diagnose, due to the fact that the BMW needs specific software to read what's going on. We'd be happy to take a peek at it for you. Let me know if we can help you.
Question Answered: What is the optimum freon pressure on the low pressure side of the AC?
January 30, 2015, 04:59 AM
Grasping basic air conditioning basics would be the first order of operation. Proper air flow/compressor operation/fan functioning and charge weight (along with relative humidity and air temps) all play a role in how the system will work. You may be a little over your head, as "just filling it up" will not solve your issues.