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Posted 22 February 2017 - 03:37 PM

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Hi all,

Need some advise. I am scheduled for 50K servicing for my BMW 120I cabriolet and I just got it second hand. It is a 2011 model and is 5+ years old.

I am considering going to juzz for cars for servicing. Need some advise if they are good and worth it?

Also, I was told to change the following:

1) Engine Oil
2) Oil Engine Filter
3) Gearbox Fluid
4) Gearbox Oil Filter
5) Rear differential fluid spark plug.

Is the above all necessary to change?

Appreciate your advise.

Thank you in advance.


Edited by Lightsabre, 27 February 2017 - 09:13 AM.


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Posted 22 February 2017 - 04:11 PM

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5yr old car. Sounds ok. Should have more in fact  [laugh] For eg. Brake fluid, coolant etc .... 

 

J4C, they are ok lah ... 


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Posted 22 February 2017 - 04:16 PM

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My advice is:

 

1.  J4C is good with BMs.

 

2.  Your (5) "Rear differential fluid spark plug" should be split into 5 and 6.

 

3.  Should also check the brake pads and as Othello said, brake fluid.  Also check power steering fluid.

 

4.  Should be "advice" and not "advise".



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Posted 22 February 2017 - 04:27 PM

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i also went j4c in my last servicing

 

asked me to change this change that   [knife]

 

scared liao

 

 

nx round will go another workshop try



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Posted 22 February 2017 - 05:43 PM

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i also went j4c in my last servicing

 

asked me to change this change that   [knife]

 

scared liao

 

 

nx round will go another workshop try

 

Which 1 serves you?

 

Anyway, it is good to get 2nd opinion.  Sometime, it could be true to ensure that you stay away from tow truck.

 

Last time, T2 told me to change water pump every 50k km.  I did not do so.  Water pump bearing jam and snap belt at 50+k km.  It happens when i was doing parallel parking at 6am.  I have to continue with parallel parking w/o power steering.



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Posted 22 February 2017 - 06:38 PM

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Which 1 serves you?

Anyway, it is good to get 2nd opinion. Sometime, it could be true to ensure that you stay away from tow truck.

Last time, T2 told me to change water pump every 50k km. I did not do so. Water pump bearing jam and snap belt at 50+k km. It happens when i was doing parallel parking at 6am. I have to continue with parallel parking w/o power steering.


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Posted 22 February 2017 - 11:00 PM

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TS,
I drive a Beemer too & I've been changing EO every 9-10k km from last servicing. Oil filter & aircon filter too.
At 50K, better have aircon checked for gas.

Since u got it preowned, have the brake pads checked.
Tyres....change it if 3 yrs or more. Tyres needed to be changed every 40K or 3 yrs with normal road usage.

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Posted 23 February 2017 - 12:13 AM

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My advice is:

1. J4C is good with BMs.

2. Your (5) "Rear differential fluid spark plug" should be split into 5 and 6.

3. Should also check the brake pads and as Othello said, brake fluid. Also check power steering fluid.

4. Should be "advice" and not "advise".

Thanks for the English lesson.

TS,
I drive a Beemer too & I've been changing EO every 9-10k km from last servicing. Oil filter & aircon filter too.
At 50K, better have aircon checked for gas.

Since u got it preowned, have the brake pads checked.
Tyres....change it if 3 yrs or more. Tyres needed to be changed every 40K or 3 yrs with normal road usage.

Thanks. I was told by juzz for cars that they can't do rear differential fluid because they do not have drain plug. Is that true and what's a drain plug?

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Posted 23 February 2017 - 12:37 AM

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Thanks. I was told by juzz for cars that they can't do rear differential fluid because they do not have drain plug. Is that true and what's a drain plug?

 

It depends on your car design. Here's a video on changing rear differential fluid.

Sometimes there's a drain plug or fill plug. That's where you tighten/loosen the plug to enable drain or fill through a hole in the differential.

 



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Posted 23 February 2017 - 12:41 AM

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It depends on your car design. Here's a video on changing rear differential fluid.
Sometimes there's a drain plug or fill plug. That's where you tighten/loosen the plug to enable drain or fill through a hole in the differential.

Thanks! I was told mine don't have drain plug... like that how to change?

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Posted 23 February 2017 - 12:53 AM

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Thanks! I was told mine don't have drain plug... like that how to change?

 

If you watch the video, they just removed the bolts and let it drain out from the cover.

Then clean up, put on a gasket and put back the bolts.

 

There's a fill hole behind the differential, where they stick a 3/8" or 1/2" extension to remove the fill plug, so that you can push the gear oil into the differential.

Then put back the plug and tightened to prevent any oil from coming out.



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Posted 23 February 2017 - 12:55 AM

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If you watch the video, they just removed the bolts and let it drain out from the cover.
Then clean up, put on a gasket and put back the bolts.

There's a fill hole behind the differential, where they stick a 3/8" or 1/2" extension to remove the fill plug, so that you can push the gear oil into the differential.
Then put back the plug and tightened to prevent any oil from coming out.

Does that mean juzz for cars is lying to me? Cause they told me can't be done due to the fact that there is no drain plug?

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Posted 23 February 2017 - 01:07 AM

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Does that mean juzz for cars is lying to me? Cause they told me can't be done due to the fact that there is no drain plug?

 

Well, I wouldn't know. Maybe they don't do this kind of servicing ?

 

Anytime you remove the bolts on the cover, the oil would all flow out.

Some cars may have a drain plug to more "elegantly" drain the oil than loosening the cover and all the oil splash out.



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Posted 23 February 2017 - 01:09 AM

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Well, I wouldn't know. Maybe they don't do this kind of servicing ?

Anytime you remove the bolts on the cover, the oil would all flow out.
Some cars may have a drain plug to more "elegantly" drain the oil than loosening the cover and all the oil splash out.

Ok thanks so much!

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Found this video for BMW 1 rear differential.

It has only 1 service hole and use a 14mm allen key.

The author mentioned you can replaced the oil by sucking out from that hole and refilling it through the same hole.

It doesn't look very difficult or need a very special tool.

 

It's good to change out the oil with the correct spec type.

 


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When you buy second hand car don't you also get given the service manual???

 

Should tell you what you need to service.

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Hi all,

Need some advise. I am scheduled for 50K servicing for my BMW 120I cabriolet and I just got it second hand. It is a 2011 model and is 5+ years old.

I am considering going to juzz for cars for servicing. Need some advise if they are good and worth it?

Also, I was told to change the following:

1) Engine Oil
2) Oil Engine Filter
3) Gearbox Fluid
4) Gearbox Oil Filter
5) Rear differential fluid spark plug.

Is the above all necessary to change?

Appreciate your advise.

Thank you in advance.

 

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