Replacing BMW Loading Sill Cover

BMW Loading Sill Cover
The Loading Sill Cover is made up of two hinged-together pieces that fail when heavy weight is placed on the Sill Cover, particular directly over the hinged joint. The plastic eyelets that connect the two pieces break, causing the assembly to separate into two pieces (see Figures 1 and 2). Here are the steps to replace the Loading Sill Cover on a 2011 BMW X5. The process should be the same for any Model E70.   Read More.


Repairing BMW Windshield Wiper Rain Sensor

BMW Windshield Wiper Sensor Repair
Many BMW vehicles are equipped with rain sensors that activate the wipers when water is detected on the windshield. These sensors are major improvements over the standard, intermittent windshield wipers, but when they do not work properly, it can be very frustrating, as well as being a significant safety hazard.   Read More.


Repairing Kohler Kitchen Faucet in Ten Steps

Kohler Kitchen Faucet Repair
Kohler faucets may require maintenance to fix leaking, sporadic disruption in water flow when initially turning on the faucet and low water flow from the handheld sprayer. Fortunately, you can make necessary repairs yourself in about an hour.   Read More.


Five Steps to Do-It-Yourself Interior Car Repair

Interior Repair
Your car's interior may have some small imperfections, which are particularly noticeable on plastic pieces, such as arm rests and door handles, but fortunately, you don't have to incur the cost of replacing the damaged parts. For only a small investment in time and money, you can make professional-looking repairs yourself.   Read More.


Do-it-yourself Blacktop Repair

Interior Repair
If you have a blacktop driveway, maintenance is required on a regular basis, particularly as the asphalt ages. If you don't want to pay for professional help, you can save your driveway and your money by doing the repairs yourself.   Read More.