How Does Your Engine Work?

Ever wonder how parts of your engine work together to keep your car running? Let us break down some of the inner workings of your engine: Internal combustion engines use hot expanding gases to push against the piston. The downward movement of the piston is converted to rotational movement by the crankshaft. It is then directed through the transmission to …

Starting and Charging

Often times customers bring their vehicles to us for either a charging system malfunction light or because their car won’t spin-over/won’t start. Typically, the charging system malfunction light means an issue with the alternator or battery. A car that won’t spin-over and won’t start is more than likely a problem with the battery or starter. BB’s Euromotors is very familiar …

Fluid Maintenance

Each fluid in your vehicle serves an important role. Fluid such as engine oil and gear lube work to lubricate the moving parts of the vehicle. Engine antifreeze transfers heat from the engine to the vehicle cabin in cold weather or to the outside air in hot weather. Brake fluid transfers the pressure of the driver’s foot on the brake …

Why Recommended Routine Maintenance?

Routine maintenance is essential for your BMW, Mercedes, Mini, VW or Audi to run at its best. BB’s highly suggests following the recommended maintenance for your vehicle in order to prevent engine damage and costly repairs in the future. Oil changes every 5,000 miles help keep sludge from building up in your engine causing damage to the moving parts. Worn …

Do you need to change your air filters?

Spring brought all of the pollen here in the South! With all that pollen, your air might not be as clean as you’d like! All of that yellow dust can wreak havoc on your cabin and engine air filters. During every oil service at BB’s Euromotors we make sure to check your filters to let you know when and if …