Genuine BMW Parts
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Genuine BMW parts are all of the components that were used when your car was originally assembled. These parts come from Germany and are most commonly found in the parts department of your local BMW dealership. Most owners from the E30 generation through the N52 engine and beyond, refuse to put any other replacement parts on their car. These parts are often the most rigorously tested and come with a longer warranty period. Autohaus Arizona guarantees all of it’s parts for 3 years. The variety of parts available in Genuine depends on how old or rare your car is. Most parts that don’t commonly have normal wear and tear are Dealer or Genuine only.
Genuine BMW Emblems
The BMW emblem is the easiest way to identify this sleek German carmaker. Originally an aircraft manufacturer, the logo is said to be inspired by the rotation of the aircraft’s propeller against the sky. All BMWs have badging on both the front and rear of the car, many also contain a wheel center cap promoting the brand. Replacement intervals vary depending on how old and faded the emblem is, whether it’s been scratch or scuffed, or if the emblem grommets have failed. It is easily the cheapest way to freshen the look of your BMW no matter the age of the vehicle.
Genuine BMW Coolant Pipe
Coolant pipes and coolant hoses are critical to the safe delivery of your engine coolant to other vital components. Research indicates that a coolant pipe can fail in as little as 40,000 miles. Genuine coolant pipes vary in the materials used to manufacture, but make sure you always replace the appropriate o-rings when replacing any cooling system hoses or fittings. Coolant leaks can be detected by peering into the engine bay for a birds-eye leak, or by detecting a leak on the ground after moving your vehicle. Harsher climates or driving conditions often call for more frequent replacement to ensure proper radiator function.
Genuine BMW Oil Separator
Your oil separator allows the crankcase vent system to properly separate oil from the engine air. Upon removal, the oil ends up in the oil pan which requires removal at an interval between 3-10k miles. Key components like the oil separator and oil pan are often replaced with the Genuine BMW parts. Aftermarket brands could lead to premature cracking of the pan or an improper oil to air ratio. When replacing engine critical parts like these, always go with the OEM or Genuine.