It’s been a great week here at the shop! And the weather has been so nice! Working with the overhead doors open lets the spring breeze and sunshine in! Love it!
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First up, we have this 1999 BMW M Coupe in arktissilber metallic. She came in for diagnosis and repair of the cooling system, a new temp switch, auxiliary fan switch, drive belt, water pump and water pump pulley.
I just love this beautiful 1991 BMW 325i cabrio! She came in for a new timing belt, along with some other routine maintenance, including a water pump, thermostat, belts, hoses, and oil change.
A new oil filter housing gasket was on the list for this e36 M3. She also got a new VANOS oil line, breather hose, oil change, blower motor resistor, and summer tires.
This 2003 Audi A6 Quattro came in for diagnosis of a coolant leak and overheating issue, along with a check engine light. The front suspension and front wheels were also inspected. New tires and our road force balancing and mounting service completed the job.
Work continues on the 2002 project! As a 1600, this bimmer only had one brake line on each side, and 2 are needed as a 2002. Note: There will be rubber grommets covering the holes. Reggie also fabricated the bracket that holds the brake lines.
The rear brake line on the 1600 ran into the pedal box. For this project, Reggie will be running a new line from front to back. For now, he simply added an extension since the engine will be broken down for paint, etc.
Reggie uses his new favorite tool – the bubble flare – to make the brake lines:
This 1996 BMW 328is came in with a broken steering column lock:
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Here’s a little sneak peek at what’s to come:
Have a fantastic weekend!