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      05-09-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
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90,000 mi Maintenance?

What all should be done here?
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The only thing BMW calls for at 90k is the Inspection service which is to be done every 30k. It involves electrical, mechanical and visual checks as well as a road test and costs about $200 at a dealer.

You should check you car's computer to see if any other maintenance is coming up - see "Service requirements" in your owner's manual.

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The only thing BMW calls for at 90k is the Inspection service which is to be done every 30k. It involves electrical, mechanical and visual checks as well as a road test and costs about $200 at a dealer.

You should check you car's computer to see if any other maintenance is coming up - see "Service requirements" in your owner's manual.

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thats the prob i never got one bought it used from acura dealer
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thats the prob i never got one bought it used from acura dealer
You can download the manual from BMWUSA.com.

For now, with the motor running and the car stopped, cycle the dash computer with the small lever switch on the turn signal stalk until "Service Info" comes up. Press the button which says "BC" (for on Board Computer) on the end of the stalk to select and then cycle through each service with the lever switch. It will give mileage remaining to the next service and/or the date due.

But you really do need the owner's manual.

Also, any BMW dealer should be able to read the car's service history from the keyfob, assuming the service has been done by a dealer.

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