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BMW Service Dallas

Dallas BMW Service

BMW Service Dallas

At Evolution Auto Concepts we specialize in BMW Service in Dallas. We have the tools, resources, and training necessary to perform factory equivalent services to your vehicle.  Because we are an independent facility we have the luxury of picking and chosing the products used, which results in our ability to provide top shelf service without the top shelf price. 


Some services frequently asked about that we offer include but are not limited to: 

  • Oil Changes

  • Brake Flushes

  • Brake Pads and Rotors

  • Transmission Services

  • Engine Air Filters

  • Power Steering flushes

  • Cabin Air filters

  • Spark Plugs 

  • Coolant flushes

Vehicle Maintenance

BMW's are defined as the Ultimate Driving Machine for a reason. However, even the best of machines require well-oiled parts. Vehicle maintenance is necessary to prolong the life of your vehicle and keep your engines performance ability at its best. Keeping up with the factory scheduled maintenance is vital to keeping your BMW driving at optimal performance. 

BMW has three categories for scheduled services: Inspection I, Inspection II, Oil & Safety Service. Your BMW should let you know when your service is due but it is best to bring your vehicle in every 10,000 miles or every 12 months.  Here are the factory BMW Service recommendations:

First 30,000 miles, then every 60,000 miles after that:

Underneath Your BMW:

  • This includes everything from your Safety and Oil Service check-up, PLUS.

  • Verify the engine temperature

  • Check for leaks in power steering system, rear axle, and transmission.

  • Check the exhaust system for leaks, proper positioning and mounting, and overall condition.

  • Check front control arm and bushing for wear.

  • Check steering system for absence of play and overall condition.

  • Clean the brake pad contact points, check the brake disc surfaces, and examine the thickness of your brake pads.

  • Examine brake lines and clutch system connectors for leaks, damage, and proper positioning

  • Check positioning and movement of parking brake cables.

Tires and Wheels:

  • Check tire pressure.

  • Examine tires for wear and even tread.

  • Grease wheel center hubs.


Under the Hood:

  • Read diagnostic system.

  • Check antifreeze, coolant, brake, clutch, and windshield washer fluid levels.

  • Examine engine cooling system/heater hose connections for leaks.

  • Check air conditioning is working correctly.

  • Perform a battery load test and check the electrolyte levels of your battery, and reset service indicator.


For the Body and Interior:

  • Check interior and exterior lighting for functionality.

  • Check indicator lights, instrument panel, and dashboard for illumination and control.

  • Check washer and wiper system

  • Check safety belts and visually check airbag units for damage.

  • Check heating and air blowers and defoggers

  • Check mirrors



Every 60,000 miles:

  • All components of Inspection 1.

  • Inspection of parking brake lining

  • Replacement of spark plugs

  • Replacement of air filters

  • Examination of flexible boots for leaks

  • Inspection of the car body for rest per your rust prevention warranty.

Once every 10,000 miles or 12 months

  • Oil change

  • Oil filter change

  • Brakes

  • Horn

  • Windshield wipers and wiper fluid

  • Indicator lights and dashboard warning lights

  • Steering linkage

  • Engine coolant

  • Rubber belts and hoses

  • Suspension components

  • Check for fluid leaks

  • Check tire pressure

Inspection I :
Inspection I :
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