BMW 750i headlight bulb replacement.
German Auto Repair Blog
At DART, we handle hundreds of vehicles each month. Sometimes, we actually stop to document one of those repair projects to share with you on our site. Here are some of those projects.
We have done several Porsche engine swaps over the years.
This BMW came in with multiple cylinder misfires
DART auto offers pre-purchase inspections for all of the vehicles we service.
Finding a leak at the oil stand gasket on BMW's is been fairly common on six cylinder cars as they get up in miles
DART auto is an authorized Fabspeed exhaust dealer.
The spring pads on the BMW X5 vehicles eventually wear out.
This 03 Audi TT with 1.8l engine had a timing belt failure with 76k miles on the odometer.
This porsche Boxster had leaking front struts at just over 100,000 miles. We removed the struts and replaced them with Bilstein heavy duty units.
DART auto has its roots in Porsche racing.
This BMW X3 customer came in with several fluid leaks. Our factory trained BMW technician gave her vehicle our free preventive maintenance and safety check.
We normally stick to German cars, but sometimes we get sidetracked. In this case my neighbor had a 77 corvette with a bad engine
We have now done several rebuilds on the 996 and 986 engines. All of the engines we have rebuilt have had failed intermediate shaft bearings.
This 5 series BMW came in with a leaking water pump. Luckily the owner was attentive and brought it in before more serious problems develope.
A failed cylinder head gasket is fairly common for E46 3 series BMW's. The root cause is usually a problem with the cooling system.
The Porsche 911 turbo can be optioned with awesome ceramic brakes.
This Porsche 996 had the classic intermediate shaft bearing failure.
The Parking brake cables on these VW Jettas can rust internally. This can cause the parking brake not to engage properl.
This particular Jetta had a turbo charger that failed.