BMW N62 & N63 Valve Stem Seals
Is your BMW smoking a white or bluish mist from the exhaust? If so, you may have leaking valve stem seals. This is a common problem with the latest BMW models.
Common models include vehicles with the N62, N62TU, N63T and S63T engine variants.
As this is a very complicated task, it should only be handled by a professional and skilled team of mechanics. At Titan Auto Tech, we have factory-trained BMW specialists who have the skills and experience to perform BMW valve stem seals replacement at a much lower cost than the Dealership.
What Are the Consequences of a Leaking Valve Stem Seal?
Valve stem seals are designed to prevent oil from entering the combustion area of the engine. When the seal begins to fail, oil makes its way to the combustion area, leading to a decrease in the lifespan of the catalytic converter, fouling of the spark plugs and improper combustion. When there is no proper combustion, it may lead to the misfiring of the spark plugs and other engine problems.
Why Choose Us?
At Titan Auto Tech, we are experts with the problem and can provide an effective valve stem seal repair solution. Our mechanics have the training and tools needed to perform repairs at a cost effective and minimally invasive manner. During the repair process, we will also inspect and fix other possible issues that may be present, saving you thousands of dollars in repair costs in the long run. We will also verify your coverage just incase your vehicle may be covered under an extended warranty or Class Action program.
Symptoms of Valve Stem Seals Failure.
The following is a list of symptoms that may indicate valve stem seals failure:
- Increased oil consumption from the engine
- The on-board indicator detects low engine oil
- Blue-white smoke coming out of the tailpipe
- Smoke billowing at idle or in traffic
- Burning smell coming from your tailpipe or exhaust
- Clogging of catalytic converters
So, if you see bluish or white smoking coming out of the tailpipe, do not hesitate to call the BMW experts at Titan Auto Tech in Castle Rock, Colorado.