Our level of telephone enquiries are currently on the increase regarding problems with Diesel Particulate Filter, (DPF’s). Some customers are requesting Technical information, others just want to know what to do and how to fix it, albeit, not always that simple. We thought it paramount to present an understanding of why DPF’s are fitted, a brief explanation of Euro 6 and how Continue Reading...Read more
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This week we were presented with a 2007 BMW 318SE. The customer requested a Service, brakes to be looked at (brake pad warning lights were illuminated) handbrake adjustment, door mechanism on drivers door faulty and an MOT. The car’s previous services had been conducted by a BMW Dealer and local garage. The BMW had done just over 54000 miles. Our Continue Reading...Read more
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DOT 4 brake fluid is glycol based and absorbs moisture over time. Moisture contamination causes fluid boiling point to drop (which could lead to fluid boil and brake fade during hard use). Moisture contamination also contributes to internal corrosion in the calipers, wheel cylinders, and steel brake lines. The reason for replacing fluid periodically is to get rid of contaminated Continue Reading...Read more
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