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5 Signs of a Coolant Leak in BMW’s

5 Signs of a Coolant Leak in BMW’s

BMW is a luxury vehicle whose brand is based on efficiency and reliability. While BMW's are durable, they can develop mechanical issues over time. Despite being well made, they can encounter similar problems as other vehicles occasionally. One common issue seen in BMW's is coolant leaks. Coolant is one of many essential fluids your vehicle needs to perform optimally. Healthy coolant is vital for BMWs top performance, and if a leak develops, it can have a significant impact that can cause costly engine damage. Below are three ways low coolant can impact your vehicle and how you can avoid them in the future. Your BMW has fast-moving metal parts that generate a lot of heat, making the engines internal temperature too high. The cooling system serves the critical function of regulating the engine's hot temperatures. The cooling system comprises several components, such as the radiator, water pump, coolant, and water. If a leak is developed within the cooling, it can also impact ... read more

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German Car Dashboard Display Repair

German Car Dashboard Display Repair

These state of the art vehicles have amazing features within their cabin and under the hood, so vehicle owners experience the most futuristic driving experience that is possible today. But, with all of this technological progress, there are also associated German Car Dashboard Display Repair. One such problems, is with the digital display in many German Cars. Owners of Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz and Mini Coopers in South Florida have noted that the digital display on the dashboard loose pixels and fade out. This may include fluctuating brightness, flashing on and off, or total unresponsiveness. Eventually the dashboard goes completely dark. At German Car Depot we repair Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz and Mini Cooper dashboard displays. The turn around time is a few days in most cases. Repairing your display will save you from having to go to the dealer and reprogram the new dash.The cost to repair varies so call now to schedule-a ... read more

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Brian’s Cool Beetle

Brian N. took his Volkswagen Beetle to the Volkswagen dealership for an A/C problem. After waiting two days to get a diagnosis, Brian was told by the dealer’s service advisor that he needed a new compressor along with both a main and auxiliary cooling fan. The estimate was over $1800 and Brian was told the repair would take another 2-3 days. Brian’s good friend, Dr. Sheldon, suggested he get a second opinion and recommended the experts at German Car Depot, who quickly discovered the entire problem was the fuse box on top of the battery needed replacement. This was causing the fans to stop working which in turn affected the compressor. For under $200 the problem was fixed and Brian was back on the road the same day. Brian joins the growing ranks of South Florida Volkswagen drivers who recognize t ... read more

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