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Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your one stop BMW car care

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Diagnose Air Conditioning trouble shooting & Repairs
Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models
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Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your one stop BMW car care

Services & Repair
Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs
Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models
Denting & Painting
Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your ONE STOP BMW Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

 

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Your One Stop BMW Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your One Stop BMW Care

 Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your One Stop BMW Care

 Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your ONE STOP BMW Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Your ONE STOP BMW Car Care

Services & Repair

Diagnose A/C Troubleshooting & Repairs

Reinstall New Version Programme in all BMW Models 

Denting & Painting

Digital Tig Welding & Spot Welding & Any kind of repairs including the latest Models

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Complete Computer Diagnostics

 

 

Vehicle Diagnostics and advanced fault finding

Dashboard warning light on? Don't panic, follow these initial steps

Find a safe place to stop the car

Turn off the ignition for at least 5 minutes

Restart the vehicle

If the fault light persists, either permanently or intermittently, we would advise you have the car inspected using our Sree Auto Mobile Services.

Continued use of your vehicle with any of the warning lights illuminated may lead to the car being unsafe or long term damage and we would recommend inspection as soon as possible

 

Diagnosing the dashboard indicator light

Whatever model, using one of our diagnostic computers we are able to read the fault that caused the light to illuminate and diagnose the probable cause. Due to the nature of cars and their systems, one of the main skills is using the knowledge of the vehicle diagnostics computer, together with modern vehicle systems to correctly diagnose the vehicle fault.

At Sree Auto we have taken a keen interest in the use of computer based diagnostic and fault finding, investing heavily in the latest equipment to ensure we are able to deal with most vehicles on the roads today.

Using the latest manufacturer recommended solutions from Bosch, Maverick technologies and others combined with our knowledge of vehicles and their systems we are able to read and interpret the results from the vehicle computer, diagnose the problem and recommend a suitable resolution.

 

As part of your routine service

As part of any vehicle service schedule we will interrogate your car's diagnostic computer to read any possible messages and advise you of any possible further investigation required.

When bringing your car to us for a service with any fault indicators illuminated, we will automatically include our vehicle fault diagnosis package as part of the quote we provide to you.

 

Our range of Diagnostics tools

At Sree Auto we continuously invest in the latest diagnostics and service tools to enable us to offer the most in-depth and widest range of service. Our current range or diagnostic tools includes BMW ISTA Vehicle Diagnostics Computer.

 

Complete Safety Analysis

 
Sree Auto of Sharjah has the right tools to emulate vital manufacturer diagnostics, meaning you no longer have to depend on dealers to service your BMW. Keeping your BMW running at its best shouldn’t be complicated, and there shouldn’t be any guesswork involved. Let our technicians make maintenance simple for you.
 
Sree Auto of Sharjah can handle all of your maintenance and service needs.
 
Sree Auto of Sharjah’s success has been built upon the trust and loyalty of our customers and the expertise of our technicians and service professionals. We measure our performance by the feedback we have received over the years resulting in a reputation for expertise, quality and integrity in the Sharjah area.
 
Sree Auto of Sharjah continues to stay on top of technology by investing in the latest tools and diagnostic equipment to provide you with high quality service and quick turnaround. When you visit our service department, you can enjoy the comfortable lounge, an outdoor patio facing Sharjah’s flatirons, and complimentary refreshments.
 

Drivability Problems

 

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The MAF could be the source of the problem if it's not giving the car a correct reading. Another member had the problem on his 745 and he disconnected the MAF completely. The car ran STUPID rich but all the drivability and sluggishness was gone. In all honesty, I would buy 2 new MAF sensors and put them in. They should help a LOT, and if not you can return them!

FYI, K&N has been known to mess up sensors because of the oil in their kits! The problem is not the filter nor the oil itself, but the amount of oil that is put on the filters! When people recharge the filters they use WAY to much oil and that can coat components over time. 

IMO the best filter design I've seen is on the OEM Honda Filtech filters, they are a 2 stage filter with oil on the bottom half and then paper on the top half. This allow any oil vapor to be caught and allows for superior filtration. The only downside is that they need to be REPLACED every 30K. 

Also, one thing you might want to look at is going to an independent mechanic and have them check the FUEL PRESSURE after the HPFP, after the in tank pump and at the filter as well. It could be possible that there is an obstruction of some sort. 

Ethanol in the fuel now allows parts to corrode and have build-up accumulate on them! I've gone through 4 fuel sensors because they stop reading properly! I wouldn't be surprised if the same stuff doing that was clogging the lines or doing other sorts of damage. 

I've been using Redline SI-1 fuel cleaner RELIGIOUSLY for the last 15K kms (every 5K a full bottle and mini maintenance doses in between) and I've noticed that my car is running a LOT better and as well gives better gas mileage!

One last note, I see that it has 135K kms on it. The spark plugs are supposed to be changed at 100K along with the intake manifold gasket. If the plugs have 135K kms then I wouldn't be surprised if it was the problem! However if they are new, an improper job reinstalling the intake manifold can cause a LOT of problems on the 760 as well!

 

Oil Changes

  Our modern, fully equipped workshop houses the very latest in diagnostic equipment and specialist tools which are essential with today's modern BMW's. We offer 3 levels of servicing: Oil Inspection, Inspection 1 and Inspection 2. Our highly knowledgeable mechanics with over 20 years  

Tires

 
 

Sree Auto Tire & Wheel Protection

Protects you from the hazards of the road.
 
Sree Auto provides coverage in the event of damage to your tires or wheels as a result of metal, nails, glass, debris, potholes, blowouts, etc. (excluding cosmetic damage). You can choose a plan that covers your vehicle for up to 5 years.
 
Program benefits include:
 
Ultimate peace of mind. You no longer have to worry about unnecessary financial hardship in the event of damage due to a road hazard. We have you covered.
Damaged tire(s) will be replaced, not plugged or patched.
There are no maximum number of occurrences, no claim limits and no claim aggregate.
Benefits are not restricted by vehicle mileage.
Program benefits continue even if you replace your tires.
Up to AED 100 of towing expenses are covered.
Transferable — adds resale value.
 

Brake repairs

 

Replacement of brake discs and pads.

Your BMW Service Centre replaces the brake discs and brake pads with Original BMW Brake Discs and Brake Pads, which are tailor-made for your BMW. The perfect coordination of the various components guarantees excellent braking performance and the highest level of safety in every driving situation. And thanks to their special composition, Original BMW Brake Discs and Brake Pads are particularly durable and resistant to wear and tear and distortion. 

The service at a glance:

  1. Removal of wheels, brake discs and brake pads
  2. Detailed inspection of the braking system incl. braking hoses and brake wear indicators
  3. Thorough cleaning of the brakes
  4. Detailed testing of new brake pads before installation
  5. Expert installation of new brake discs and brake pads including renewed testing
  6. Installation of wheels and assessment of braking power
  7. All servicing mentioned here is carried out by experienced BMW Service experts. The service includes all other components necessary for the replacement of brake discs and brake pads

 

 

Mufflers and Exhaust Systems

 

Mufflers and Exhaust Systems

We've been big fans of Borla Exhaust for BMWs since we opened our doors in 1995. Borla produces some of the best-sounding, lightest, longest lasting exhausts on the market. These systems are made in the USA with true T-304 stainless steel inside and out and backed with a 1,000,000 kms warranty. Borla puts and emphasis on quality by using stainless steel throughout their piping and muffler bodies (not a mild steel or coated aluminum). This ensures the muffler does not deteriorate from the inside out. Borla designs their exhausts to complement a BMW's understated sportiness, not overpower it. Borla produces each system to have a deep, sporty tone that doesn't offend or intrude on the cabin. So you hear the exhaust when you want to, not all the time. Most Borla BMW exhausts are a true-cat back and bolt or clamp to the original catalytic converter for an easy install. Each system is engineered for the application and refined in their own sound lab - changing pipe sizing, layout, and incorporating mufflers and/or resonators as needed to achieve a sporty yet refined sound. Borla also produces full race exhausts for the committed enthusiast with cat-delete and test pipes.

 

Steering and Suspensions

 

Steering and Suspensions

Sree Auto is quite familiar with BMW steering performance and specifications because of analysis, testing, measurements of components and conversations with it's Development engineers (More so on the E46 5 Series version, though. The principle components of BMW steering performance are the OEM tires and the ZF provided steering system (pump, lines controller, valve and gear. Given the unique characteristics of a BMW Star labeled tire, the front suspension geometry is specified to fill in the connection between the desired tierod loads and load gradients and the desired steering wheel rim forces. Its is NOT done as the arbitrary lore from some 'designer'.


Because the front tire pair's forces peak out after the peak aligning moments, caster is added as necessary to align the peak sideforce with the peak aligning mements. (Nothing unique here, this is usually how all performance cars are arranged). The other gain from caster has to do with what caster effectively produces: Camber change by steer. This is only a low to moderate speed effect though, because high steer angles (and resulting camber changes) at high speed are not viewed with great favor. The downside to caster is an increase in tierod loads from the lateral forces. An undesireable understeer increase results from this. And, its the worst form of understeer change: The nonlinear steering gain change effects from loading the downstream steering system (valve and T-bar), and the upstream components (intermediate shaft isolator, U-joints and spline). To cut back on this effect, reduce plunging of tires while steering (you want to steer the tire, not plunge it sideways), the caster offset (hub lead) is factored in. If a front drive shaft is to be an option, the reduced plunging is an added benefit to the resulting steering feel). This sounds a lot like steady state blather, but the real advantage to the BMW package has to do with the harmonization of the tire transient properies. In order for the Mz transient and the Fy transient to synchronize themselves as the steered tires roll out the input, these forces and moments must be transferred to the tierods in a proper manner. If you look at a plot of normalized (by the steady state values) Fy and Mz as a function of distance traveled, the optimum 'feel' is produced when the two function are coincidental as they approach steady state. Obviously the Mz function has a large impulse at 0+ distance, while Fy has a low or no value. Then Mz drops down to a much lower value. The phasing of these tire functions, combined with the preservation of their coherence with headlevel lateral acceleration is the reason these cars are the most fun to drive. The 5 Series BMW tires are very unique in this respect, with BMW wannabees having close but no cigar properties in their tires. Yes the rim width is a strong player in this response. Some of you may call this phenomenon 'riding on rails'. It actually has some similarity to a wheel flange constraint.


Surprizingly enough, the best way to become a believer of this is to put tires of the same size, brand, and pressure from a domestic BMW wanna-be on a car and gauge your ability as an evaluator. If you can't feel the difference, then you might consider buying and driving a road grader instead of a Bimmer. You are a 'displacement control' type driver, not a 'feel' (moment control type) driver.

 

 

Alignments

 

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Fuel System Services

 

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Coolant Systems

 

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Emission Repair Facility

 

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Air Conditioning Service

 

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Electrical Systems

 

BMW Engine Electrical System

Ignition Harness

Ignition Timing Change 

Model: All 

Complaint/Condition: Surges while acceleration and poor driveability at low speeds. 

Remedy: From 12 th May 1984 all model 318i vehicles have had the ignition timing requirements altered from 15 degrees plus/minus 1 degree at 2000 RPM to 26 degrees at 4000 plus/minus 50 RPM.

Ignition Timing Change (Field Fix no. 85 – 1.8-5 

Model:  318i produced from October 1983 to December 1984 

Complaint:When acceleration revs extend between 2000 and 4000 RPM a surge occurs. 

Remedy: This is due to the Bosch ignition distributor P/N 0 237 002 096 falling at the bottom of the tolerance band when the revs extend between 2000 and 4000 RPM.

Complete the following checks: Ensure the ignition timing has been changed to meet the new recommendations (see notes above). Ensure the CO has no faults, if so correct.Fit a field fix revised timing decal onto the drivers side fender well. 

* This change does not effect vehicles equipped with ignition distributor P/N 0 237 002 080.

High Performance Platinum Spark Plug 

Model: All 

Complaint: Sooty deposits forming on the insulator which can lead to spark plug misfire. 

Remedy: High Performance Platinum Spark plugs allow the spark to slide over the insulator preventing sooty deposits forming. By using the high performance platinum spark plug the benefits will include increased service life, consistent operation throughout the service life, improved cold start performance, better idle quality and acceleration, less susceptibility to misfire.

Engine Cranks but does not start 

Model: Z3 (E36/7) produced from September 1998 

Complaint: Fault code 209 will be set in the DME due to the engine although it will crank it does not start. This is due to a software error in EWS 3D module SW version 05. 

Remedy:Remove the faulty EWS module and replace with EWS 3D module SW version 06.

Modified Distributor Cap and Rotor 

Model: M3 (E30) 

Complaint/Condition: When using the new distributor cap and rotor, which have been introduced into production since December 1988 they must not be mixed. For example the old style distributor is not compatible with the new style rotor. Therefore, if changing the distributor, the rotor must also be changed, or vice versa to remain compatible.

Distributor Rotor 

Model: M3 (produced prior to May 1987) 

Complaint: Engine Misfires 

Remedy: Ensure there are no cracks, wear or damages in the distributor cap. If this gives a positive result then either clean or replace it. 

Ensure the secondary ignition cables are working sufficiently to ensure a good fit in the distributor cap.

Wire Connections to Ignition Coil 

Model: All 

Complaint: The engine is difficult to start or does not start, displaying erratic cranking. 

Remedy: The wire to the positive terminal of the ignition coil has been installed incorrectly. If the metal part of the wire connector makes contact with the metallic coil housing an electrical short circuit will occur. Therefore install the wires correctly.

Ignition Coil Primary Harness Connectors 

Model: E31 and E38 with M73 engines 

Complaint: The primary harness connectors may not have been fully locked onto the ignition coil housings during production.

Remedy: The primary harness connectors of ignition coils from cylinder banks 1-6 and 7-12, need to be checked and locked into position.

Ignition Coil Replacement 

Model: All vehicles with M1.1 and M1.2 DME fuel injection systems. 

Complaint: If the DME ignition fails it may cause over heating which in turn will damage the ignition coil. 

Remedy: Replace the DME control unit as well as the corresponding ignition coil.

Engine Control Unit

Model: 1982 633CSi/733I, 1983 533i/633CSi/733i, 1984 533i/633CSi/733i 

Complaint: If the engine is cold or warm, the vehicle will emit a hesitation or have poor throttle response during the first few minutes of starting. This is due to the internal re-programming of the Motronic Control Unit was not able to compensate for the elimination of the external 560 OHM resistor. 

Remedy: Install an external resistor in the NTC line.

E46 330xi and E36 Z3 with M54 3.0 Hesitates, Stumbles at Idle 

Model: 330xi with M54B30 produced up to August 2000, Z3 roadster coupe with M54B30 produced up to August 2000. 

Complaint: These vehicles will hesitate and stumble when idle, especially when turning the steering wheel. Fault codes are not stored in the DME. This is due to a calibration in the DME/ECM. 

Remedy: Reprogram the DME with CD23 after loading the CD23 update. 

After reprogramming align the DME-EWS, clear all adaptations and all fault codes in the DME/EGS.

MS43 DME Removal Precautions – EGS Failure Avoidance 

Model: All vehicles which have a MS43 control unit. 

Complaint: After the ignition has been switched to the off position, the MS43 control module may stay active, this is due to the DM-TL test. 

Remedy: Ensure the ignition key is in the off position, and allow 3 minutes to elapse before disconnecting the DME. 

If this procedure is not followed irreparable damage to the EGS control module will occur.

M54 EDK Throttle Adaptation Procedure 

Model: All vehicles which have a M54 or MS43 control unit. 

Complaint: Once a new engine control module or a new EDK unit has been fitted, it is imperative that the electronic throttle control adaptation is reset. If this process is not performed the vehicle will not run, or will run in fail-safe mode. 

Remedy: If the vehicle begins to run in fail-safe mode, or does not start at all, then replace the DME or EDK then: 

Turn on the ignition for 10 seconds, it is not necessary to crank or start the engine. 

Turn the ignition off for 10 seconds. Start the engine.

M5 DME replacement 

Model: E39 M5, M5 with S62 engines produced from September 2000 to October 2000. 

Complaint: If the engine runs with too rich fuel mixture it may set various oxygen sensor and mixture faults. This will occur due to an incorrect DME being installed. 

Remedy: In order to determine if a vehicle is affected it is necessary to utilise the Service Menu of the Dealer Communication System. Based on the results of the system either follow the procedure below or take no further action.

Procedure: Ensure the DME has a green dot sticker. If the green dot is present then replace the DME. If no greet dot is present then no further action is required.

 

Engine Work

 
From the base 1-Series to the supercar-fast M5 sports saloon, BMW always seems to defy the laws of the automotive logic, with cars that are faster (at least on paper) than people would expect is possible with a particular output. Many if not all those BMW engines seem to run on witchcraft yet when you open the hood there aren’t any ancient Germanic black magic runes, as you’re instead greeted by the message “TwinPower Turbo”.
 
BWM used to be the archenemy of turbocharging (and front-wheel drive) but today, there really isn’t a Bavarian-engineered motor worth our time that doesn’t come with at least one turbo, though they also opened the way for performance s with their new “M” tri-turbo setup.
 
TwinPower plays an important role when it comes to efficient and dynamic BMW petrol and  engines. But what is TwinPower Turbo in reality and what does it have to offer to the automotive wold?
 
When it comes to petrol and engines, TwinPower Turbo has three components that apply to anything from three- to twelve-cylinder engines: valvetronic, direct fuel injection and turbocharging. Meanwhile, turbos use common rail injection.
 
Valvetronic, which stands for variable valve and electronic, is a BMW developed technology that allows to optimize consumption by adjusting the valve lift. The automaker says this technology will singlehandedly reduce fuel consumption by 10 percent while also offering better response. 
 
This mainstream name that people associate with BMWs actually hides behind it a potent technology. The engine’s computers offer continuous and precise control over variable intake valve lift. This key system means that when you press the gas pedal, the software system control how much the valves open instead of a regular intake system’s throttle plate.
 
The system uses another set of rocker that are controlled by an electronically operated camshaft. Because this system can adjust the valves from fully opened to almost closed, the engine doesn’t need to rev as much to increase the load.
 
Valvetronic was first introduced in 2001 on the 316ti 3-Series model and was primarily used on mass market naturally aspirated motors, like the N42 straight-4 and N52 straight-6. However, it was not used on the twin-turbo N54 straight-6. Instead, the single turbo N55 straight-6 that replaced it it in 2009 offering the same output and the N74 twin-turbo V12 in the top 7-Series were made the switch to Valvetronic. After that, the technology was of course not only in BMW’s big cars, but also in the smaller turbo engines offered on the F20 1-Series.
 
BMW uses the name High Precision Injection for its direct injection system with central multi-hole injectors which gradually replaced port injection systems in the 2000s. Both naturally aspirated and turbocharged BMW engines used to piezo injectors. However, BMW’s new new N55 six-cylinder turbo engine that has been in use since 2010 in models like the 335i, 535i, X3, X5 and X5 use a solenoid-type injection system developed by Bosch. This system was most likely chosen in order to keep the cars competitively priced (cheap) in the US.
 
The name “TwinPower Turbo” has confused many people as to what lies under the bonnet of their BMWs. That’s because the name describes both single twin-scroll and twin-turbo engines, despite what the name might suggest. TwinPower Turbo was originally first Twin-scroll⌕ Twin-scrollused on the twin-scroll turbo (launched on the 5-Series Gran Turismo in 2009, followed by E90 335i, 135i, X3 and X5 in 2010) engines starting with the N55 (six-cylinder single turbo replacement for twin-turbo N54) and N74 (6-liter V12 twin-turbo in the 760i and 750Li) in 2009.
 
Twin-scross turbocharging is basically the core technology for TwinPower Turbo BMWs. These special turbos are designed to reduce lag and also NOx emissions through better use of the gasses.
 
The twin-scroll design starts with an exhaust manifold that separates the exhaust gasses that can interfere with one another, as the gasses flow two through different spirals called “scrolls”. The turbo has two nozzles with different nozzles, one smaller and sharper for better low-end response and another larger and less angled one that comes in at high output requirements. BMW calls its special exhaust manifold Cylinder-bank Comprehensive Manifold or CCM for short.
 
 
BMW uses the name High Precision Injection for its direct injection system with central multi-hole injectors which gradually replaced port injection systems in the 2000s. Both naturally aspirated and turbocharged BMW engines used to piezo injectors. However, BMW’s new new N55 six-cylinder turbo engine that has been in use since 2010 in models like the 335i, 535i, X3, X5 and X5 use a solenoid-type injection system developed by Bosch. This system was most likely chosen in order to keep the cars competitively priced (cheap) in the US.
 
The name “TwinPower Turbo” has confused many people as to what lies under the bonnet of their BMWs. That’s because the name describes both single twin-scroll and twin-turbo engines, despite what the name might suggest. TwinPower Turbo was originally first Twin-scroll⌕ Twin-scrollused on the twin-scroll turbo (launched on the 5-Series Gran Turismo in 2009, followed by E90 335i, 135i, X3 and X5 in 2010) engines starting with the N55 (six-cylinder single turbo replacement for twin-turbo N54) and N74 (6-liter V12 twin-turbo in the 760i and 750Li) in 2009.
 
Twin-scross turbocharging is basically the core technology for TwinPower Turbo BMWs. These special turbos are designed to reduce lag and also NOx emissions through better use of the gasses.
 
The twin-scroll design starts with an exhaust manifold that separates the exhaust gasses that can interfere with one another, as the gasses flow two through different spirals called “scrolls”. The turbo has two nozzles with different nozzles, one smaller and sharper for better low-end response and another larger and less angled one that comes in at high output requirements. BMW calls its special exhaust manifold Cylinder-bank Comprehensive Manifold or CCM for short.
 
Three-Cylinder Revolution: b37 an b38 TwinPower Turbo petrol and 
 
FWD 1-Series Concept⌕ FWD 1-Series Concepta revolution is coming our way from BMW: three-cylinder engines, both petrol and  that can rival much bigger ones. These are built under the modular engine strategy all using the same 500cc cylinders and offer TwinPower Turbo technology in outputs from 120 to 220 horsepower.
 
Right now, we know that the  was codenamed b37 and the petrol and b38, though what their variants and specific outputs are we don’t really know yet. Their first applications will be in he i8 hybrid sportscar and more importantly the FWD 1-Series and next generation MINI Cooper family, both scheduled for 2013. However, they could also be used by the RWD 1-Series and 3-Series according to some reports.
 
The Best Four-Banger Turbos in the World
 
N20 4-cyliner⌕ N20 4-cylinerLet’s start things off small, shall we. In 2004, production started for the a straight-4 engine, co-developed with PSA Peugeot Citroen. As a MINI, we know this turbo motor from the Cooper S and JCW, but in 2011, BMW had need of its abilities and came up with the N13 design, which had a different oil filter housing that allowed it to be fitted longitudinally in the RWD 1-Series. The engine was fitted to models like the 101 hp 114i, the 134 hp 116i or the 170 hp 118i model.
 
Perhaps the most important engine for BMW right now is the so-called N20, a 2.0-liter turbocharged straight-four that also has “TwinPower Turbo” written on its engine cover. This motor has replaced the naturally aspirated straight-6 in “20i” and “28i” BMWs, and is a viable and very efficient alternative.
 
The N20 displaces 1,997cc and has two stages of output, depending on the model you buy. The 184 PS version is the least powerful and is available on the current X1 and xDrive20i, the F30 320i, 520i and base Z4 sDrive20i. Meanwhile, the top version of this 2.0-liter TwinPower engine makes 245 PS and is used by the F30 320i, 528i as well as the X1, X3 and Z4 models with similar sounding names.
 
 

Body Repairs

 

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Let SREE Auto Garage Body Repair services Team will give you a free estimate on your damaged vehicle. Our website offers information on auto body repair, tips and articles, estimates, and more on our A 2 Z solutions we offer. SREE Auto Garage continues to provide Dubai and Sharjah residents with high quality automotive body repairs.

Through our online contact form, you can submit your vehicle’s information about your car’s damage and get a free estimate. So, if you live in Sharjah and are looking for a Dubai Auto Body Shop, We are just a step away from this twin city, just submit our Collision Estimate and get your free appraisal. Our staff is dedicated to making your experience a refreshing change from the intimidating, hard sell tactics used by other shops.

We will take the time to explain the repair process to you. We will show you examples of how your car will be repaired with manual check up and by the HI-Tech computerized diagnosis confirmation of repair were our service consultant will provide a printed proof of the vehicle dimensions BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER REPAIR (Find the  Picture).