Monthly Archives: December 2018

When Should You Replace Your BMW’s Ignition Module?

When Should You Replace Your BMW’s Ignition Module?

Purchasing a BMW is a choice made by many because of its reputation for both luxury and dependability. You can count on your BMW always performing at a level that sets it apart from other brands. In addition to this, you know that no matter what model you choose it will have style. Each model is made to look beautifully different. They are all made to turn heads, so you can always be proud of the impression your vehicle leaves. We also know that you chose a BMW because they are safe and long lasting. It is the perfect vehicle for you and your family. As the years go on, your BMW is going to be subject to wear and tear, no matter how many routine checkups you have done. One of the issues that can appear with old age has to do with the ignition module. The ignition module is key in ensuring that your engine is going to run properly. The ignition module will receive signals from the crankshaft. These signals will then be sent to the engi ... read more

Causes Behind Harsh or Shuddering Car Shifting

Causes Behind Harsh or Shuddering Car Shifting

The transmission in any car is what controls how much power goes to wheels. Whether you have a manual or automatic transmission, it is going to respond to the shifting of the gears. In a manual transmission, it is helpful to think of the process as that of changing gears in a bicycle, except there is not a chain. When you engage the clutch to change gears, the engine and the transmission are momentarily disconnected. They will then reconnect after you have put your car into a new gear and give the appropriate amount of power to the wheels to keep your car in motion. A car with an automatic transition is going to shift the gears for you. There is not a clutch you control, but your car will adjust gears as it responds to your driving. For example, if you are accelerating onto a highway, then your vehicle is going to change to a higher gear to accommodate the need for more power and spee ... read more