BMW Shocks Repair in Parker CO
BMW Shocks Repair in Parker CO
If your beloved BMW is experiencing a suspension or steering problem, Eagle Transmission is your one-stop-shop for BMW Shocks Repair in Parker CO. We know how apprehensive BMW owners are of taking their prized investment to anything other than the BMW dealer. BWM’s are special cars that are purchased by VIP drivers who don’t have time for hassles and the stress of worrying about whether the job will be done correctly, on budget, and on time. Entering into the realm of sophisticated German vehicles is a large investment in factory repair manuals, German tools, special tools for BMW’s, years of training, and special computer diagnostics. Our automotive service technicians come from diverse backgrounds and have worked on Bosch-engineered vehicles and many many BMW’s.
Understanding German Engineering
German vehicles are essentially based upon many of the same engineering principles. They cross-over and borrow designs from each other. For example, the handling designs for Porsche are based off the Volkswagen. The VW Toureg and Porsche Cayenne have the same specially designed Volkswagen engine to Gucci-tize the Porsche brand by downgrading it with Volkswagen parts. BMW invented the airbags that are now standard equipment in all vehicles today. Ford had tried to adapt the airbags to their vehicles with some deadly results by failing to calculate the correct air pressures during release.
For many years, BMW’s rear brake drum and rotor combination style was essentially unchanged. After BMW acquired the Land Rover brand, they adapted the engineering exclusively developed by that company to improve their braking systems with a computer-controlled caliper design that was also borrowed and used by Mercedes-Benz on many models. BMW’s are known for their neutral weight-distribution and having powerful motors, luxurious interiors, and far fewer electromechanical problems than their buggy Volkswagen German cousins. This is because the engineering of BMW’s is redundant. They like to provide backups of systems whenever possible. This is true with their rear rotor/drum combination design.
The suspension system on your BMW is one of most unique systems on the road. Rather than having a single ball joint on a control arm, the late-model suspension systems have redundant double-link suspension with ball joints incorporated into the suspension system itself for a greater range of motion. This has allowed BMW to capitalize upon adaptive suspension that provides drivers with instant transitions from softer to sportier (firmer) shock-dampening. The firmer suspension settings improve handling on highways by reducing the play that can make the handling seem mushy at high speeds. These designs are revolutionary in the automotive industry and make you BMW that technology-driven beast that rules the roads.
Why Have Your BMW Serviced at Eagle Transmission?
As you can tell, we are deeply knowledgeable and passionate about BMW’s. We are committed to serving BMW drivers because we are fellow enthusiasts. BMW shocks repair is an exclusive niche service that you should not leave in the hands of any general repair shop. They will likely not do the job correctly and blame your vehicle for any problems they encounter. Very technical diagnostic steps have to be performed to pinpoint the problems that are encountered in German engineered vehicles. If the mechanics have not invested in the factory repair manuals, computer diagnostic equipment, and German tools, they won’t even be able to get their foot in the door.
Eagle Transmission is the place to go for all forms of after-warranty BMW service in Parker Colorado, including BMW shocks repair. After-warranty BMW’s face peculiar issues that are typically not seen by the dealership. When they run into difficult problems, they have an incentive to bring you into a room and hand you BMW Shocks repair prices that are shocking. Dealerships have a strong incentive to push BMW owners with complex problems after-warranty into new vehicles so that their technicians can make time on the routine maintenance work. Only fellow BMW enthusiasts who are committed to serving BMW drivers have the incentive to solve your problems as expeditiously as possible.
Our team of expert automotive service technicians has centuries of combined experience and the independent spirit to solve any mechanical problem. When you are dealing with the BMW dealership, the unfortunate reality is that you are dealing with technicians who are working on flat rates (in most cases). The dealership flat rate program forces mechanics to complete a job as quickly as possible to receive a predetermined credit to their team. Most of these BMW technicians went through a short UTI trade school program that places them in BMW dealerships where senior staff and remotely connected technicians in Germany do all the real work. If you have an after-warranty BMW in Parker Colorado, we are ready to serve you and help you perform the preventative maintenance and repairs that keep your BMW driving like-new for decades. Please contact us or stop by any time if you need BMW shocks repair in Parker CO.