BMW Literature Parts
BMW Literature Parts
BMW began their long history with an attention to quality and intuitive engineering ever since they came upon the auto industry. They have kept at this throughout their many years while forcing the opposition to go up against the brand’s highly recognized vehicles. BMW is one of the three top selling luxury vehicle producers in the world. Their standards speak for the company as a whole and follow into their products, especially their literature parts and components. BMW is known for creating vehicles that represent luxury and status. Moreover, the company offers a top tier vehicle that retains value and runs well over time. Whether you buy a new or used make, BMW and FCP Euro suggest routine maintenance at specific intervals, in order to make your vehicle runs at the best performance and efficiency. This general maintenance is suggested as an complete necessity at 7,500 miles for BMWs made in 1991 or prior, 10,000 miles for vehicles from 1992 to 1998, and 15,000 miles for BMWs built in 1999 or later. This excludes the 1999 E36 model, which should use the 10,000-mile standard. BMW and FCP Euro also suggest getting an old change at the halfway mark in all three of these categories, which is 3,750 miles, 5,000 miles or 7,500 miles. If you have questions about BMW’s literature, parts, or components, the FCP Euro team and website are here for any support.
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This inspection of your BMW is suggested at 15,000 miles for vehicles made in 1991 and earlier; 20,000 miles for those made between 1992-98; and 30,000 miles for vehicles built since 1999. You should also inspect for leaks in all systems, replace fluids and filters, inspect the brakes, run an engine diagnostic to search for possible issues; make sure that major parts are working within the guidelines, reset indicators, and take a road test. The cost of the service averages between $400 and $500, depending on where you have it done. It is recommended that at every 30,000 miles, BMW owners should have another “inspection one” at 75,000-100,000-150,000 miles, contingent on the model and year of your BMW. The examination should be done at 30,000 miles for vehicles 1991 and older, 40,000 miles for those built from 1992-98 and 60,000 for vehicles built since 1999. This complete check-up on the vehicle mimics the Inspection One, making sure all of your BMW’s systems are working properly and troubleshooting major parts in the vehicle. This inspection is recommended again at 60,000/80,000/120,000, and so forth, depending on the model and year of your BMW. FCP Euro's sensible and skilled call center staff is here and able to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are uncertain about which literature, part, or component is a must for your BMW, FCP has a vast line up for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.