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Bavarian Otto’s Ultimate Maintenance Schedules – BMW and MINI

March 6, 2014

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9 Comments
  1. Thelma Gilliam permalink

    need to clean cover on light

    • Otto permalink

      Can you give a bit more detail on your question?

  2. Vinny Minchillo permalink

    Love your stuff, but I was looking for the ultimate maintenance schedules that were talked about in the mailer/newsletter, but they seem to be down. Any word on when they might be available? Specifically looking for the E85 schedule.

    • Otto permalink

      All set now. Again, we’re sorry for the delay.

  3. Phil permalink

    Any chance you will get these out there soon?

    • Otto permalink

      All loaded now. We’re sorry for the delay.

  4. Ken permalink

    On the E39 maint. Schedule I don’t think any e39s have spark plug WIRES or CAP or ROTOR! LoL

    My daughter’s 1998 528i is approaching 200k miles. How long can power steering pumps last? How about ecu and fuel pump relays? How about the fuel pump? Anything else I should replace preventatively to avoid her being stranded?

    Thanks,
    Kem

    • Otto permalink

      We don’t know how that squeaked through (cap, rotor, wires), but it was fixed today, likely just after you viewed it. We actually ran through all and did a fair amount of editing, while adding newer chassis. You may want to re-download it.

      The steering pump can be a “lifetime” unit. Keeping the fluid fresh goes a long way toward this. Since the pump will usually start to complain before a failure, this is an item that you can wait to replace until needed.

      Relays, again, can be long life, but not always. If you wanted to replace the main relays as a preventative measure (to help prevent a roadside failure), this would not be an unwise move.

      Fuel pumps certainly do have a definitive life. If the original is in place, you may want to consider a preventative replacement to assure that you won’t have a roadside fuel pump failure.

      Other common preventative replacements would include the water pump, hoses, belts, pulleys, thermostat and some even go as far as the radiator and the expansion tank as these also fail due to the plastic becoming brittle and cracking.

  5. Jake permalink

    Just downloaded the E46 checklist and want to know if you have any additional suggestions for the 330Ci convertible? Also need to know how to account for year 13, do I just keep going thru the annual list (year 12 would be 2 x year 6, etc)? I don’t put much mileage on the car, it has just over 35,000 miles, so I do an annual inspection / maintenance on it’s anniversary

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