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How much does BMW Bavaria 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 Bavaria services.

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Service type Brake Pads - Rear Replacement for 1972 BMW Bavaria L6-3.0L Estimate $188 Dealer Estimate $351 Savings 46.28% Location Denver, CO
Service type Car Air Filter Replacement for 1972 BMW Bavaria L6-2.8L Estimate $100 Dealer Estimate $175 Savings 42.57% Location Denver, CO
Service type Oil Change for 1973 BMW Bavaria L6-2.8L Estimate $84 Dealer Estimate $149 Savings 43.44% Location Denver, CO
Service type Alternator Repair for 1972 BMW Bavaria L6-2.8L Estimate $581 Dealer Estimate $1136 Savings 48.85% Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Passenger Side Rear Replacement for 1974 BMW Bavaria L6-3.0L Estimate $250 Dealer Estimate $458 Savings 45.44% Location Denver, CO
Service type Axle / CV Shaft Assembly - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1972 BMW Bavaria L6-2.8L Estimate $294 Dealer Estimate $528 Savings 44.31% Location Denver, CO
Service type Alternator Repair for 1973 BMW Bavaria L6-2.8L Estimate $581 Dealer Estimate $1136 Savings 48.85% Location Denver, CO
Service type Drive Belt Tensioner Replacement for 1973 BMW Bavaria L6-2.8L Estimate $212 Dealer Estimate $398 Savings 46.71% Location Denver, CO

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Answers to common BMW Bavaria questions

Q: High voltage alternator
Answered by Andrew
Most alternators have a voltage regulator integrated within them. This voltage regulator is responsible for making sure that the battery is charged right around 14 volts. If your alternator is producing 17 volts, it is almost a certainty that the...
Q: Broken timing tensioner pulley
Answered by Spencer
Hello there, a broken timing belt tensioner pulley will cause big issues with your 1990 BMW 325i. When the timing belt slips or breaks it can cause the valve timing to get thrown off and the valve can hit the...
Q: Changing spark plug or ignition coils
Answered by John
Changing spark plugs at 46000 isn't necessarily a bad idea, but mostly I say that because it will keep them from seizing to the cylinder head. Most late model cars like yours can run a set of plugs for longer...
Q: Engine miss fire at low revs
Answered by John
Sometimes the best way to diagnose a misfire is by switching components from cylinder to cylinder to see if the misfire moves. It can take a little time, but helps keep you from buying stuff you don't need. If you...

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