Happy Friday! It’s been another busy week here at Reggie’s Motorworks! And it seems that this week’s theme should be Many Mini’s…or An Audi Lot of Mini’s! Ok, ok, so my knack for puns may not be on par, but, hey, it’s Friday! And that means the weekend is here! Speaking of the weekend, tomorrow we are hosting the Hoosier BMW Club for an event featuring BG Products from 10am-2pm! If you would like to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com. Lunch will be provided.
Ok, let’s jump right to some cars!
An oil change, a tail light issue, and some power steering noise brought this 2005 Audi A6 Quattro to the shop:
A new coolant expansion tank and new coolant was needed in a 2004 Mini Cooper S (not pictured). A second Mini Cooper S, an ’07 chili red one, came in for a new heater core:
This 2003 montego blau BMW X3 with 5-speed manual transmission came in for a new transfer case, as well as new transmission and differential fluids, and an oil change:
Two more Mini Coopers, both not pictured, were in and out of the shop! The first, a 2004 Mini Cooper in indie blue, came in to have the cooling system tested and to get an oil change. The second, a lightning blue 2007 Mini Cooper S, had a check engine light to diagnose. She also had her 100,000 mile scheduled maintenance and an oil change.
In for new belts and tensioners, this sapphire black metallic 2008 BMW X5 has the 4.8L V8!
A check engine light and 105,000 mile scheduled maintenance were on the list for this 2009 Audi A5 Quattro:
This liquid yellow 2002 Mini Cooper came in for diagnosis of an overheating issue:
A power steering leak repair brought in this British Racing Green 2004 Mini Cooper, a John Cooper Works edition:
Another lighting blue Mini Cooper S (2007) was in need of cooling system leak repairs:
This 1999 e36 M3 in titansilber came in with a check engine light and to have winter wheels and tires installed. We’re a Tire Rack dealer, and can have the wheels and tires you need ordered and shipped directly to us for installation! And ask us about our off-season tire storage options! Give Nick a call at 317.773.0074!
Diagnosis of misfires was in order for this arktissilber 1998 BMW 540i:
We’ve mentioned recently that we’re a Miller Performance dealer. Here Reggie shows us how he installed the Miller W.A.R. chip. W.A.R. stands for Write And Remap.
Lastly, this 2008 BMW X3 in montego blau metallic came in for new tires and to have a new key fob made:
That’s a wrap for this week’s edition! Have a wonderful weekend!
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