BMW 750Li ABS brake module – Repair & Maintenance
BMW 750Li in for a BMW Repair / ABS brake module. We can perform your BMW repair service and maintenance needs as well. – at Meister Werks Renton, WA 1 block south from The Landing.
The BMW 7 Series is a full-size luxury sedan produced by the German automaker BMW since 1977. It is the successor to theBMW E3 “New Six” sedan and is currently in its sixth generation.
The 7 Series is BMW’s flagship car and is only available as a sedan (including long wheelbase and limousine models). It traditionally introduces technologies and exterior design themes before they trickle down to other models in BMW’s lineup.
The first generation 7 Series was powered by straight-6 petrol engines, and following generations have been powered by inline-4,straight-6, V8 and V12 engines with both natural aspiration and turbocharging. Since 1995, diesel engines have been included in the 7 Series range.
Unlike the 3 Series and 5 Series sedans, BMW has not produced an M model for the 7 Series (ie an “M7”). However, in 2014 an “M Performance” option became available for the 7 Series.
Fourth generation (E65/E66/E67/E68; 2002–2008) BMW 750Li
The E65/E66/E67/E68 is the fourth generation 7 Series, which was produced from 2001 to 2008. The model range consisted of standard length and long wheelbase (“Li” models) sedans.
The E65/E66/E67/E68 was the first BMW to include iDrive, “flame-surfacing” exterior styling, active anti-roll bars, a 6-speed automatic transmission, an electronic Smart Key (dispensing with the traditional metallic key) and night vision. The 760i model was the world’s first production V12 engine to use direct injection.
Know your car’s maintenance intervals and keep up with service
Each vehicle has a maintenance schedule, outlined in the owner’s manual. Be sure you read and understand the schedule. Items that require regular maintenance include the car’s fluids, tires, brakes, and filters. Oil and air filter changes are particularly important to keep the engine running efficiently.
Did you know? These days experts say that you only need to change your oil every 5,000 miles (not every 3,000 miles like 10 – 15 years ago)? A good rule of thumb is: If the vehicle is a 2003 model or newer, it’s fine to change the oil every 5,000 miles.