BMW RECALL LOOKUP

 

STEP 1 : LOOK UP YOUR VIN (VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER)

The easiest way to view it is to stand outside your BMW on the driver's side and look at the corner of the dashboard where it meets the windshield. It can also be found by opening the driver's side door and looking at the door post (where the door latches when it is closed).



 

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After decades of racing, you learn that every second counts. Introducing BMW FastService, designed to make quick work of needs such as oil service, brake pad changes, and tire replacement. Expert service in an hour or less. Dedicated work bays manned by BMW Trained Technicians. 100% Original BMW Parts.  Our racing heritage meets your need for speed. Contact us to learn more or schedule an appointment.   

FAST SERVICE MENU

 • Oil Service

• Air Filter and Microfilter Check and Replacement

• Front and Rear Brake Pad Change

• Halogen Light Bulb Replacement (Non-Xenon, Non-Laser)

• Individual Tire Replacement

• Wiper Blade Replacement

• Brake Fluid Flush



IS MY BMW IS DUE FOR SERVICE?
Follow this guide to see if it's time to bring your BMW into your local service center.

BMW OIL CHANGE RECOMMENDATIONS
• Every 10,000 miles or once a year even if you drive your BMW less than 10,000 miles in a year

BMW EQUIPPED WITH iDrive SYSTEM
1  From the main screen, scroll to 'Vehicle Information'

2  Next: 'Vehicle Status'

3  Next: 'Service Required' 

4  Scroll through a list of options including things like 'engine oil', 'vehicle check' , and 'front brake pads'. 

5 Simply select the option you'd like to check and the vehicle will give you a status on the selected option. 

BMW WITHOUT iDrive SYSTEM
From the instrument cluster located behind your steering wheel. 
1 The small button towards the left side of the instrument cluster: Hold until menu changes 
2 Push the button to cycle through your service options. Any item that is Green requires service.

NEED MORE SERVICE HELP?
Of course you are always welcome to bring your vehicle in. Our service department may perform an actual key read on your vehicle to let you know if it is due for service. If you have any questions on checking your vehicle to see if it is due for service, just give us a call. See you soon!

 


STATE INSPECTION FOR YOUR BMW

If your vehicle is registered in Pennsylvania, it is the law to have a yearly state inspection, some counties require emissions testing. A sticker on the front windshield of your BMW identifies the deadline month to inspect your car before that sticker expires. You have a window of the two months before the deadline month and the inspection month itself to complete a Pennsylvania state inspection. Inspection requirements vary by state, please check with your state Department of Transportation for state requirements.

This example indicates that PA State Inspection and Emissions Testing is due by SEPTEMBER 2020
 

 

CHECK FOR BMW SAFETY AND EMISSIONS RECALLS 
This link opens up a new website provided by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
You will be required to enter your 17 character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)


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