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    Importance of Having a Vehicle During A Pandemic

    Posted on April 5, 2020 by Keith Cox
    * The Blog Post is originally written by David Gersh in German Repair Shop Marketing. Right now, many find themselves at home for long periods of time in quarantine, either self-imposed or mandated. Concerns of the spread of the novel coronavirus have risen and become such a central focus of our lives and thoughts that some things may understandably get… Read More
  • MINI Broken Engine Mount

    Tips to Detect Engine Mount Failure in Your Mini

    Posted on April 1, 2020 by Keith Cox
    Your Mini uses a variety of rubber parts to protect important parts from damage and also to absorb some of the shocks and vibrations from the vehicle as it moves over the road. Your Mini utilizes rubber engine mounts that are used to secure the engine under the hood. Let’s take a look at how you can tell if the… Read More
  • MINI Faulty Fuel Gauge

    When to Check Your MINI for a Faulty Fuel Gauge

    Posted on March 15, 2020 by Keith Cox
    As a MINI driver, you know all the great things that come with driving your car, from punchy acceleration, to practical design features, and years of motoring heritage. What you might not know are some of the common part failures associated with MINI. Of course, it is important to note that common part failures do not detract from an overall… Read More
  • BMW Vacuum Hose Leaks Signs

    Repairing BMW Vacuum Hose Leaks in Bellingham

    Posted on February 27, 2020 by Keith Cox
    All BMW vehicles are known for the standards they set and break when compared to the other vehicles in its class, and you know that yours provides you with an unforgettable experience every time you drive it. Part of ensuring that your BMW remains in top condition is by keeping up with the proper maintenance and servicing schedule. One part… Read More
  • Mercedes Differential

    Reasons for Differential Failure in a Mercedes

    Posted on February 10, 2020 by Keith Cox
    The differential in your Mercedes serves a very important purpose. It is part of the overall axle assembly. The axle is the shaft that your wheels use to rotate around. The differential allows the wheels of an axle to turn at different speeds at the same time. For example, when you turn a corner or go around a curve, the… Read More
  • Audi Loose Fuel Cap

    Possible Outcomes of a Loose Fuel Cap in Your Audi

    Posted on January 24, 2020 by Keith Cox
    The fuel cap, which is also called the fuel filter cap, seals the opening to the fuel tank in your Audi. The cap prevents things like dirt, dust, and debris from entering into the tank. It also provides a seal which helps prevent fuel vapors from being released into the air and into the cabin of the vehicle. There are… Read More
  • BMW Fuel Pump

    How to Solve BMW Fuel Pump Problems in Bellingham

    Posted on January 7, 2020 by Keith Cox
    BMW’s are known for their high standards of quality and performance. The manufacturer takes pride in creating the best of German automotive engineering. No car is perfect, though. Sometimes, even with regular maintenance by a qualified BMW technician, things can go wrong with essential components. You may run into problems with the fuel pump after putting some mileage on your… Read More
  • Mercedes Transmission Leak

    How to Deal With Transmission Leaks in Your Mercedes in Bellingham

    Posted on December 21, 2019 by Keith Cox
    Mercedes offers precision engineering with high-quality parts and sleek design features. This makes them popular around the globe with many drivers returning to the manufacturer time after time. However, no car is perfect, and many manufacturers have their own issues that seem to be synonymous with the cars that they produce. One such issue for Mercedes is transmission problems. A… Read More
  • Volkswagen Oil Sludge Buildup

    Factors that Lead to Oil Sludge Build-up in a Volkswagen

    Posted on December 4, 2019 by Keith Cox
    Oil sludge: Even the words sound nasty when you say them. The condition itself is no better, as oil sludge literally clogs up your car and suffocates your engine. The longer sludge is allowed to build up, the worse it gets, forming a thick coating which can take hours upon hours of work to rectify. However, with the right maintenance… Read More
  • Audi Check Engine Light

    Why is Your Audi’s Check Engine Light Flashing?

    Posted on November 17, 2019 by Keith Cox
    Audi offers reliability, economy, and practicality while refusing to compromise on style and luxury. This can seem like a big ask, and yet Audi vehicles are able to deliver this impossibility time after time and model after model. It is for this reason that many motorists simply cannot drive any vehicle other than Audi, as nothing truly compares to the… Read More
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