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All About the Oil Filter Housing Gasket in your BMW

If the engine is the heart of your car, engine oil is the blood. The cleaner the blood, the healthier the heart. As long as your oil remains stable, your engine will stay capable. That being said, it is really easy for engine oils to get contaminated. 

 

After all, they are not only lubricating the engine, they are also protecting and cleaning it. Any remains left after combustion is carried by your engine oil. Considering that your engine has 1000+ combustions every minute, your engine oil should be as dense as toothpaste. But they remain clean for over 30,000…

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Air Conditioning in your BMW and How to Recharge your A/C

From the entry-level BMW 3-series to the top of the line 8-series, every BMW car comes equipped with climate control. It is not just a feature; it is the company’s standard. Even though you might not get the heated seats or automatic climate controls, your BMW will still have A/C as standard. 

Interior comfort is one of the many reasons why we need a good air conditioning system in our car. And when it comes to interior comfort, BMW has always been one of the best in the market. 

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A Guide to BMW Headlights/Tail lights

A Guide to BMW Headlights/Taillights 

The first-ever light bulb was invented in 1879 and then, we invented headlights in the 1880s. Back then, when automobiles didn't even become a thing and night visions were not even a vision, we had headlights. 

Well, they weren't exactly headlights; they were acetylene lamps. Electric headlights came after 1898. In 1912, it was Cadillac who first created cars with modern electric headlights. As automobiles became common, headlights became a basic necessity.

 

 

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Spark Plugs and How they Affect your BMW

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If batteries weren’t a part of an engine bay, spark plugs would have been the most commonly known engine part of a car. That is because every time your car refused to start, it was probably because you forgot to put in the key, or your spark plugs, sparked enough.   

Humanity has been using spark plugs for over 100 years now. They are the most basic of a component yet, they serve a very important purpose. After all, they are the reason why every time you press the ignition, your baby fires right up!   

 

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Tips On Maintaining Your New BMW

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When you visit BMW of Reading, your local BMW dealership in PA, you are sure to find the BMW in Reading you have been looking for that will elevate your drive. You will, however, have to regularly maintain your new vehicle and make sure that all of its components are in the best shape they can be. Our expert staff at BMW of Reading, your Reading BMW destination, want to help you do that, so we have given several service tips below to keep your BMW in Reading operating at peak performance.

 
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Celebrate National Car Care Month Every Month

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Our factory-trained service technicians are ready to guarantee that your brakes, tires, windshield wipers, engine and everything else are in their best condition. Your BMW is extremely important in your everyday life, so naturally, you want it to run as long as you need it to. Make sure you keep your BMW at peak performance by taking proper care of it, especially during National Car Care Month.

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BMW Motorsport Heritage: 1999-2000 V12 LMR

Welcome to our new series of blog posts titled BMW Motorsport Heritage!  In each installment, we will give an overview of an important moment in BMW's Motorsport history.  Our first topic is one of BMW's most successful sports cars, the BMW V12 LMR.

 

The 1999 V12 LMR was developed and built as a successor to BMW's failed Le Mans Prototype entries in the 1998 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the…
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