BMW Drivetrain Repair in Mesa, Arizona
Service for Your Transmission, Axles, and More
What Is the Drivetrain?
Your BMW drivetrain is a system of parts that strongly influences the performance of your German-engineered car. The drivetrain is an umbrella term that compromises the transmission, driveshaft, axles, and transfer case. It is responsible for transferring the power produced by the engine to the wheels, enabling your vehicle to move. If one of these components fails, or a part that directly affects your drivetrain’s operation malfunctions, you can experience poor performance levels and unsafe driving conditions. Regular maintenance is key in preventing drivetrain issues in the first place, but keep in mind that things can change in an instant, too. Whether you need a thorough inspection to confirm all components are in order to an involved repair service, rest assured that Arizona Bimmer Motor Werks has it covered. See us in Mesa, Arizona, for BMW drivetrain service at 7255 E. Adobe Dr. #120, Scottsdale, AZ 85255.
Common Issues with BMW Drivetrains
Your drivetrain is integral to the performance of your BMW car. The sooner you can spot and address a problem, the better. A common issue with BMW drivetrains is worn u-joints, which can indicate intensive shaking or vibrating. If not taken care of, the u-joints can cause clunking and grinding as you change gears. However, this symptom may also point to worn solenoid packs or compromised transmission fluid. Another common problem with BMW drivetrains is transmission fluid leaks. Keep an eye out for patches of red liquid underneath your car. A defective fuel pump that cannot supply the needed fuel to power for proper acceleration, damaged fuel injectors that reduce performance levels, faulty spark plugs, and ignition coil failure are additional problems that directly affect your BMW drivetrain. Reach out to our team for a comprehensive overview of problems and related symptoms.
Drive in for BMW Drivetrain Service Today
An illuminated check engine light. Rough idling. Constant vibration. Engine shutdown. As soon as you notice a problem that indicates BMW drivetrain malfunction, schedule an appointment with Arizona Bimmer Motor Werks at your earliest convenience. Separately or alongside these symptoms, your iDrive computer can display a drivetrain malfunction warning. Drivetrain issues can be severe, and the only way to properly diagnose what is going on is at our BMW auto repair shop. Our factory-trained BMW technicians will inspect your car, run diagnostics, and diagnose the exact problem. We are completely confident in our repair work, but for your peace of mind, we offer a 24-month/24,000-mile warranty. We utilize advanced tools and technology, and all procedures we execute are BMW approved. For more information on how we can service your BMW drivetrain, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (480) 733-5321.