Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Posted by Anonymous on
(a) Take car to BMW dealer and ask for a service. They have the full range of tools and fluids required. or,
(b) Buy a Service Manual and the correct tools and fluids. or,
(c) Search the internet for a Service Manual to download, then buy the correct tools and fluids.
There is no way round this if you want a full and proper service. You can have various degrees of a partial full service either by taking it to a non-BMW garage or by doing it yourself but if you want a proper one then the properly trained staff with the proper gear will (should) do it properly.
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