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Old Mon, Oct-08-2018, 10:39:55 AM   #1
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Default What would you like to see more of?

Hello all,

New member here!

I should've signed up many years ago but now is a perfect time. So basically this post, in a nutshell, is asking you guys what more content or what topics you would like for me to cover. >

I've been working in the field for 13 years now and I am A.s.e. certified and a factory trained master tech here to help everyone solve their BMW issues.

Recently I created a website where I have a blog and I show you tutorials on how to fix common issues, diagnostic procedures, how to's, product reviews and much more.

Like I said I recently started documenting my work so I am adding content weekly to help solve many concerns regarding your BMW vehicles.

If there is anything you would like for me to write about and make a killer article about then PM me and I will get on it ASAP.

My goal here on this forum is to help everyone and add to this community of enthusiast!

Thank you all!
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Default Re: What would you like to see more of?

What's the website to see what content you already have?

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Happy to help with VANOS or any other DIY job around NorCal. Have various specialty tools (VANOS, RTAB, engine bar, valve adjustment, tranny jack, ball joint separator, pilot bearing puller, tap&die kit, etc).
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