I have a brand new 2009 BMW 7 Series that’s in the process of being rebuilt, so I’ve decided to keep it as is, but to replace the engine oil with a new one.
This will save me money.
But what about my car’s catalytic converter?
The problem is, the engine’s catalysts are not in working order.
They’re not as shiny as they used to be.
And as they’re replaced, their chemical composition changes.
That means they’re not working in harmony with the oil and the engine.
I was told that they can be replaced, but they won’t necessarily work as they should.
In the past, BMWs have installed the replacement catalysts into the catalytic converters on their cars, but the company changed the way the catalysts were installed in 2010.
That was a change from previous years, when BMWs had used a combination of the old and the new.
Now, all new BMWs with catalytic catalysts will use the newer, more expensive catalysts, and they’ll also have to replace them every three years.
So what can I do about this?
If the new catalysts aren’t working correctly, BMW’s website says it can help you get the problem solved.
If you’re not sure what you need, it says it’s here for you.
It says the next time you buy a car, you should look up your current engine oil.
If it doesn’t work, you can ask your dealer for help.
If you’re still not sure, I’ve done some research on the subject.
Here’s what I found.
There’s a lot of misinformation floating around about the best way to replace your engine oil:It’s a complicated topic.
It’s also a complicated thing.
The best way is to buy your car, get it inspected, and then do your own testing.
It sounds like a lot to do, but that’s what you should do anyway.
You can also do the testing yourself.
Here are some tips from BMW’s own website.