BMW INSPECTION 1 CHECKLIST PDF

Just print out this list and you should be good to go the next time you have to do service eon your BMW. Inspection I. The Inspection I Service is recommended every 20, miles. Always remember to change the oil in your car every three months or 3, miles along with the filter. This will help keep your engine clean and well lubricated. Change engine oil and filter oil while engine is at normal operation temperature.

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Just print out this list and you should be good to go the next time you have to do service eon your BMW. Inspection I. The Inspection I Service is recommended every 20, miles. Always remember to change the oil in your car every three months or 3, miles along with the filter. This will help keep your engine clean and well lubricated. Change engine oil and filter oil while engine is at normal operation temperature.

Check transmission for leaks. Check rear axle for leaks. Check condition, position, and mounting of exhaust system. Visually check fuel tank, lines and connections for leaks. Check power steering system for leaks. Check overall thickness of front and rear disc brake pads. Examine brake disc surface. Clean brake pad contact points in calipers.

Grease wheel center hubs. Check front control arm bushings for wear. Check brake and clutch system connectors and lines for leaks, damage and incorrect positioning. Check for free movement of parking brake cables. Adjust parking brake as necessary. Check all tire pressures including spare tire.

Correct if necessary. Check condition of tires, tread wear, and pattern. Replace tires and readjust alignment as needed. Engine Compartment. Read out diagnostic system codes using code reader. Check coolant level and anti-freeze ratio to water. Add coolant as needed. Check level of brake and clutch fluid in reservoir. Add fluid as needed.

Check windshield washer fluid level. Check air conditioning system for operation. Reset service indicator. Check battery electrolyte level and add distilled water if required. Perform battery load test. Check lighting system, i. Check instrument panel and dashboard illumination.

Check wiper and washer systems, wiper blades, and washer jet positions. Check condition and function of safety belts. Oil trunk, hood, and door hinges. Grease hood, trunk and door latches and check operation of all latches. Check central locking system. Replace microfilter in HVAC system. Check rear view mirrors. Visually examine the SRS airbag units for torn covers or damage. Final Inspection.

Inspection II. Well, there you have it - it's really not too difficult at all. If you would like to see more technical articles like this one, please continue to support Pelican Parts with all your parts needs. If you like what you see here, then please visit our online BMW catalog and help support the collection and creating of new and informative technical articles like this one. Your continued support directly affects the expansion and existence of this site and technical articles like this one.

As always, if you have any questions or comments about this helpful article, please drop us a line. All Search Everything. Undercarriage 1. Examine brake disc surface 9. Clean brake pad contact points in calipers Engine Compartment 1. Replace microfilter in HVAC system Check rear view mirrors This is the list of actions normally performed in this service.

Usually this is the point where you would replace items such as spark plugs and filters. Keep in mind that Pelican Parts can supply you with all these replacement parts. Change engine oil and filter oil while engine is at normal operating temperature. Check for leaks. Examine brake disc surfaces. Check steering for absence of play, condition of suspension track rods, front axle joints, steering linkage, and joint disc.

Check front control arm bushing for wear. Check brake and clutch system connectors and lines for leaks, damage, and incorrect positioning. Check for free movement of the parking brake cables.

Adjust parking brake as needed. Check all tire pressures including spare. Correct if needed. Check condition of tires, outer surfaces, tread wear and pattern; In case of uneven tread wear readjust wheel alignment if required. Check thickness of parking brake linings. Check CV boots for tears or damage. Replace if necessary. Check coolant level and anti-freeze content level.

Add fluid if needed. Check air conditioner for operation. Reset service indicator 8. Replace spark plugs 9. Check battery electrolyte level and add distilled water if needed. Check wiper and washer system , wiper blades, washer jet positions. Check operation of all latches. Replace microfilter. Visually examine the SRS airbag units for torn cover, obvious damage or attachment of decals, decorations, or accessories.

I've not done that since my many years ago, and have driven many miles in different BMW's since. I however do not like using it. Too messy when working on vehicle after. I would grab a repair manual. It will have the wiring. That is a good place to start, Give our parts specialists a call at This site was designed and produced solely by Pelican Parts.

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What Are BMW Inspections 1 & 2?

As part of your scheduled BMW maintenance , Inspection 1 is like an annual check-up for your Bimmer to make sure that your safety features are working properly and to optimize the everyday performance of your vehicle. BMW Inspection 1 is a precursor to Inspection 2 which you'll need at a higher mileage. Inspection 1 has many parts, including a road test, many points of inspection, and a few quick tune-ups. We've broken down what your technician will do during Inspection 1 by which area of your Bimmer it will affect. To double check all of the check points of BMW Inspection 1 and to verify proper working order of your Bimmer, your technician will take your vehicle on a short road test.

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