BMW Services

Atlanta, Georgia

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Trust the BMW Experts at Braxton Automotive

Braxton Automotive's technicians are highly-trained and have extensive experience in BMW maintenance and service.

European Auto Repair

Service your BMW with Braxton Automotive at our European Auto Repair shop.

Our BMW Services

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Oil Service

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Inspection Service

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Diagnostic Service

Avoid Excessive Oil Sludge

All 1999 and newer BMWs follow a computer-based service schedule that calculates many driving factors and then indicates on the instrument cluster when you are due for a service. It will typically calculate the need for an oil and filter service every 15,000 miles.

It has been our experience at Braxton Automotive that these extended service intervals will cause excessive build-up of sludge on your engine cylinder head which can ultimately cause engine problems with oil delivery and oil return, plus timing system problems.

Oil and Filter Changes

The average driver will take more than a year to drive 15,000 miles. As nice as it may sound to not have to change your oil for more than a year, this amount of time leaves your engine oil vulnerable to combustion byproducts and oil break down. For these reasons, Braxton Automotive recommends changing your oil and filter every 7,500 miles or every 6 months, which is the exact schedule recommended before the 1999 computer-based BMWs came about.  

In-depth BMW Inspections

BMWs use an inspection system, which is a system of lights that alert the owner when the BMW needs a service or inspection. Although this system will get you through your warranty period, we strongly recommend that these services be performed more frequently than the lights may indicate.

BMW's regular service routine includes Inspection I and Inspection II services. These inspections are to be done every 30,000 miles, rotating between the two.

What are Inspection I and Inspection II services?

These services/inspections include all items such as fluids, belts and filters along with an in-depth inspection that varies by year and model. Also, depending on the mileage, we may recommend other parts that we have consistently seen fail and affect your BMW's performance and reliability.

Equipped With BMW-Specific Tools and Scanners 

Because a BMW has a unique, rather complex computer system, it needs special factory diagnostic tools and scanners that many independent shops don't have. Braxton Automotive has all of the factory diagnostic tools and scanners that the BMW dealer has in order to properly diagnose your BMW. These tools give Braxton Automotive the capability to read your codes, accurately diagnose the problem and efficiently repair your BMW. Braxton Automotive has invested in these tools because we truly care for our customers and their car care experience.

Does your car have any recalls?

Visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website to find out if there are any safety issues or recalls for your vehicle.