Thank You for Donating to Toys For Tots!

Happy Friday!  A huge thank you to all who have donated toys for Toys For Tots!  Our collection box was more than full, and we just know that there will be so many smiling faces on Christmas because of your generosity!

Things keep hopping in the shop, so let’s get right down to business on some of this week’s work!

A leaking clutch slave cylinder and inoperable passenger side door locks brought our M532i into the shop for some attention.  She also got a new steering wheel and properly working seat heaters for the driver and passenger seats!  Hooray!

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Here’s the new clutch slave cylinder:

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This mystikblau 2004 BMW X3 3.0i came in to check its charging system, including checking the battery, regulator, and alternator output. She got a new starter assembly.

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Rough running issues brought in this sapphire black metallic 2008 BMW 135i.  A new set of spark plugs did the trick!

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This schwarz II 2005 BMW 545i came in for diagnosis of a driveline “‘ping”.  She got a new coolant end cover, which requires removal and reinstallation of the transmission.  She also got a new rear main seal and a cleaning of secondary air passages in the block (both banks).

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Safety is a top priority here at Reggie’s Motorworks.  We install jack/lift pads when they are missing from a customer’s vehicle.  This provides a safe place for the car to sit while on the lift and protects rocker panels from being damaged by lift arms.  In addition to installing missing jack/lift pads, for the protection of customers’ vehicles and the safety of Reggie’s Motorworks’ employees, failed hood struts will be replaced when found to be defective.  Properly working hood struts protects the vehicle’s hood and latches in case the hood falls unexpectedly.  Also, the technician is protected while working on the vehicle.  The customer is responsible for the parts (jack/lift pads and hood struts), and we install the parts at no charge as a courtesy.

In addition to all those who have donated toys, we would like to thank everyone who has brought in holiday cookies, snacks, dips, and cards to share!  Your thoughtfulness is truly appreciated!  Happy Holidays!


Written by Reggie Stewart

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