Welcome to the Reggie’s Motorworks blog! This week is full of some mmm M goodness! Before we get to that, a few quick announcements! Join us this evening starting at 6pm for a Cruise-In! We hope you can join us! Invite a friend! A BMW is not required – we love all kinds of cars!
Mark your calendars for Carmel Artomobilia on Saturday, August 23rd! Get all of the details of this unique event here!
There is still some great driving weather ahead of us as we head into late summer and fall…we’ve got just the bimmer for you! Check out our Cars For Sale page for the latest offerings! Call Nick to schedule a test drive at 317.773.0074!
Let’s get started! I had just missed the lineup of all the M’s when I arrived to capture photos for the blog this week… However, if you follow our Facebook page, then you most likely saw the photo Nick posted below! Love it!
Diagnosing a check engine light led to replacement of a throttle position switch at cylinder #1 on this stunning 2007 BMW M coupe in black sapphire metallic. Software updates were performed, and she got a new windshield washer pump.
A new alternator was on the list for this carbon schwarz metallic M3, a 2003 cabrio.
This 1999 BMW M roadster in arktissilber came in with rough idle issues. It turns out that was due to extremely high alcohol content in her fuel. Here’s a list of local approved top tier fuel stations: CountryMark, Shell, Exxon, BP, Costco, Phillips 66. Check out this website for more info!
The SMG pump was replaced in this titansilber 2003 BMW M3:
A faulty capacitor was replaced in the HVAC control panel of this sweet technoviolet metallic ’98 M3:
Check out the newly powder coated valve covers in this V8! Sweet!
Previously, they looked like this:
And after a few stickers are replaced and the new hood insulation is installed, the 1991 BMW 325i coupe will be ready to get back on the road!
Have a great weekend!
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