The first time I saw a BMW Art Car in real life was about six years ago in 2010 while traveling through New York City. I knew Art Cars existed, but never actually made it to the BMW Welt museum in Munich to admire their bright and exotic custom paint schemes.
Searching through the list of BMW codes is a necessary part of diagnosing the service engine soon light in your car. After scanning your trouble codes, starting with a code or a group of several codes is a great way to begin diagnosing a problem; many times a quick search of a DTC code will lead to a simple answer to help you complete the repair.
Replacing the coil packs on your BMW is one of the easiest repairs you can do yourself to save money and avoid a trip to the repair shop. In fact, I recently shared an invoice from BMW detailing the ignition coil replacement cost in my E39 that the previous owner had paid for. Often times a failing coil pack will cause symptoms such as: rough idle, poor fuel economy, stumbling acceleration, and will turn on the service engine soon light.
Replacing the front suspension on your E39 is one of the most effective ways to improve the performance of your BMW. However, taking your car to the dealer or independent repair shop can cost thousands to have all of the various front and rear suspension components replaced.