We’re Collecting Toys For Tots Again This Holiday Season!

Welcome to the blog, friends!  Thank you for joining us!  We have had some incredible fall weather lately, with sunshine and temperatures in the low-mid 60s!  We'll take it as long as we can!  The shop has been busy, so let's dive right in to just a bit of what's been happening this week!

This 1997 BMW Z3 in hellrot came in for an intermittent starting issue, which required replacing a failed camshaft position sensor.  She also had front lower control arm bushings replaced, along with an alignment.  New rear brake pads, rotors, and sensor, as well as new windshield wiper blades were on the list to get this bimmer back on the road.

Next, this 2011 BMW X5 came in for diagnosis of oil and fluid leaks, for replacement of spark plugs, for replacement of front brake pads, rotors, and sensor, and for mounting of winter tires.

A bi-annual service, diagnosis of a check engine light, and replacement of a fuel filter were on the list for this 2011 VW Jetta TDi:

This 2004 BMW 325i came in for an intermittent check engine light, diagnosis of a fluid leak, a bi-annual service, replacement of the oil filter housing gasket, replacement of the valve cover gasket, replacement of the VANOS oil line, replacement of front brake hoses, a brake fluid flush, and a power steering leak repair.

Check out this 2008 BMW 135i in sedonarot metallic!  This bimmer was in for diagnosis and replacment of a failed ignition coil, replacement of the oil filter housing gasket, new front brake pads, rotors, and sensor, and mounting of winter tires.


If you've followed our blog since the beginning, you may recognize this cabrio!  She's an e30, a 1988 BMW 325i, and she had her debut on the blog back when the shop was in Westfield.  She's come a long way since being saved from the crusher years ago!  And it was wonderful to see her again!  She was in for a bi-annual service, replacement of the front tie rod assemblies, Road Force Balance and tire rotation, an alignment, and performance of rust prevention on metal fuel and brake lines.  Additionally, all 4 wheels were sent off to be professionally refinished in a white and polished combination. 


Next week is Thanksgiving!  Earlier this week, we announced on our Facebook page that we've already begun collecting new, unwrapped toys for Toys For Tots.  Last year we filled the huge box in our customer lounge a few times over, and we'd like to do the same again this year!  If you'd like to help put smiles on the faces of many kiddos this holiday season, please feel free to swing by, say hello, and drop off any new, unwrapped toy! 

Have a great weekend!

Written by Reggie's Motorworks

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