BMW E82 wheel style number specs: The below BMW E82 wheel style options and specs for the 1 series coupe are from the US spec models, not all wheel specifications and options were available in all world markets. The US market did not receive the E81 or E87 hatchback models as well as diesel engines.
Improperly inflated tires have numerous risks associated with it, some being catastrophic. United States government legislation now mandates automakers to include production vehicles with a system that monitors tire pressures. Through this blog post, we will look into the evolution of tire pressure monitor sensor technology and how they work. First, let us start with
The BMW temperature wheel dial near the center vents may be a mystery to new and old BMW owners. This unique feature often gets overlooked completely or gets noticed but confusion exists on what it does. When a BMW owner needs clarification on how to operate their vehicle, the first place we recommend looking is
The BMW E39 toolkit: The OEM BMW E39 toolkit is comprehensive and contains most tools required to do general maintenance on your vehicle. Spark plug changes, wheel mounting and dismount, simple fastener removal and emergency sunroof crank are just a few of the operations the OEM BMW toolkit can assist the owner in. The toolkit
Why does BMW use orange lights for the instrument illumination? BMW vehicles have an iconic red / orange interior glow at night which dates back to the 1970s. There is no doubt this is hue pleasing to the eye, but why did BMW stick with the color orange after all these years? There is science
BMW is responding to their customers’ demand for more digital mobility. And to achieve this they created the BMW ConnectedDrive – a package of software systems that enhances the convenience and safety of their BMW range. This has given their customers a seamless experience by allowing them to enjoy certain products and services via the BMW Connected
The below BMW E46 wheel style options and specs for the 3 series sedan are from the US spec models, not all wheel specifications and options were available in all world markets. Further E46 wheel style options and specs will be added for other years and models as time goes and more information is collected
The below BMW E60 wheel style options and specs for the 5 series sedan are from the US spec models, not all wheel specifications and options were available in all world markets. Additional E60 wheel style options and specs will be added for remaining years and models over time as more information is collected. Contact
How to reset BMW E36 oil service light: The below procedures works for all BMW E36 3 series models both OBDI and OBDII models. After performing an oil change, the BMW E36 oil service / inspection light must be reset. Once reset, service indicator lights will be full green and begin to countdown until the
The below BMW E39 wheel style options and specs for the 5 series sedan are from the US spec models, not all wheel specifications and options were available in all world markets. Further E39 wheel style options and specs will be added for other years and models as time goes and more information is collected.
The following BMW E36 M3 oil change information is based on the US spec S50B30 and S52B32 engines. The S50B30 was only used for the 1995 year model in the US, the first year the E36 M3 was made available to the US market. 1996 through 1999 E36 M3 models used the S52B32 engines. How
The below BMW E92 wheel style options and specs are from the US spec 328i, 328xi, 335i, 335is and 335xi models for the years 2007 thru 2012. Further E92 wheel style options and specs will be added for other years and models as more information is collected. Please check back for updated information. Thank you.
What does the BMW ”LCI” acronym mean? LCI stands for Life Cycle Impulse or, in more basic terms, mid life cycle refresh. Why does BMW make mid life cycle updates? The life span for a typical BMW model is around 7 years before it is replaced. This gap is too long to manufacture the exact
The BMW M235i features the mighty N55B30O0 engine which is a single turbocharged 3.0L inline 6 cylinder. Power output is 326hp and 322lb-ft (450Nm) of torque. BMW recommends changing the oil every 11,000 miles or once a year, whichever comes first. Ensure your engine has been warmed up prior to draining. After removal of the
The cooling system on any BMW is critical to maintaining performance and longevity of your engine. Poor cooling maintenance will result in overheating and potentially do permanent damage to your vehicle. The thermostat is a critical part of engine cooling system. Below we will go over the basics of the thermostat’s role in engine cooling