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How much does BMW 1800 repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of BMW 1800 services.

Service Estimate Dealer Estimate Your Savings Location
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1967 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $87 Dealer Estimate $148 Savings 41.18% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1965 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $87 Dealer Estimate $148 Savings 41.18% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1968 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $85 Dealer Estimate $152 Savings 43.56% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1966 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $87 Dealer Estimate $148 Savings 41.18% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1964 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $87 Dealer Estimate $148 Savings 41.18% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1966 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $85 Dealer Estimate $152 Savings 43.56% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1964 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $85 Dealer Estimate $152 Savings 43.56% Location Denver, CO
Service type Differential/Gear Oil Replacement for 1971 BMW 1800 L4-1.8L Estimate $87 Dealer Estimate $148 Savings 41.18% Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common BMW 1800 questions

Q: Can shaft position sensor all of the outcomes of the problem
Answered by Ronny
Possibilities: 1 - Simply replacing the camshaft sensor (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/camshaft-position-sensor-replacement) will solve your problem. 2 - If it does not, with the age of the vehicle, there can be a break in the wiring harness to the cam sensor. 3 -...
Q: Car cranks slowly when it is hot, but cranks normal when the engine is cold
Answered by Andrew
It sounds like your starter motor could be overheating. If the starter overheats, this can cause it to malfunction. I would recommend having your starter inspected and replaced as necessary by a certified mechanic. Once you have a new starter,...
Q: Electrical system malfunctioning
Answered by Spencer
Hi, is there any more information you can give us? These types of cars tend to have a multitude of electrical systems in them so there are many things you could be referring to. You could try resetting the computer...
Q: Why is my clutch grinding? 1994 BMW 318
Answered by David
Hello - I think it is safe to say that your clutch (https://www.yourmechanic.com/question/how-does-a-clutch-work-by-richard-manning) is worn out. The grind you hear when pressing the clutch pedal is almost certainly the clutch throwout bearing failing. And the slipping in higher gears (https://www.yourmechanic.com/question/how-does-a-clutch-engage-and-disengage)...

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