Yearly Archives: 2022

Common Rolls Royce Repairs

Common Rolls Royce Repairs

Rolls Royce makes some of the most luxurious, glamorous, and beautiful cars in the world. Unfortunately, they have their fair share of problems, just like any other luxury car or supercars. Many of its mechanical issues can be overcome by regular maintenance service. Fortunately, a lot of the parts are available through the BMW family, since they are under the same umbrella.   At JFM Motorcars, we have reliable and effective automotive solutions for all models of Rolls Royce, including the Ghost, Phantom, Cullinan, and more. When you are faced with a problem in your Rolls Royce, you can call the experts at JFM Motorcars. We are always happy to help. Below are some common Rolls Royce issues: Oil Leaks Water Leaks Spark Issues Brake Problems Engine Oil Level Monitoring Air Suspension Issues Rear Door Opening Motor Engine Mounts Our auto repair shop specializes in luxury vehicles, and we have all the necessary tools and equipment to tackle any Rolls Royce problem. The techn ... read more

4 Signs That Indicate Your Maserati Needs a Coolant Flush

4 Signs That Indicate Your Maserati Needs a Coolant Flush

The West Palm Beach heat can do a number on your Maserati’s engine. When the engine is running, its internal components move and create friction and additional heat. With all these factors, your vehicle is more likely to overheat during the summer months.   Fortunately, cars have trusty cooling systems with coolant fluid to help keep your car at a stable temperature. Therefore, coolant maintenance is essential for drivers during this time of year. We recommend that you follow your manufacturer’s coolant flush schedule so that your Maserati doesn’t overheat. Signs Your Car Needs a Coolant Flush High-Temperature Gauge - If your vehicle’s temperature gauge is rising as you drive and it becomes a recurring problem, it is time to check your coolant and consider a flush. Overheating can become a major problem for your engine later on. Fluid Leaks - When your coolant is low, the engine is certain to overheat. The fluids are secured by sealed parts and are sup ... read more

3 Symptoms Your Ferrari Needs An AC Recharge

3 Symptoms Your Ferrari Needs An AC Recharge

The Florida heat can be rough on our vehicles every year. If you want your Ferrari's air conditioning system to keep you cool in West Palm Beach, FL, please consider having it serviced at least once every 1-2 years. The luxury maintenance program involves removing the old freon, changing filters, inspecting the system's crucial parts, and adding new refrigerant.   Freon is a gas or liquid substance that circulates throughout the automobile's AC system. Over time, this pressurized system is susceptible to leaks. When this occurs, the performance of your air conditioning system will weaken or fail altogether. This impacts your comfortability, but it can also lower your fuel mileage.    3 Symptoms Your Ferrari's AC Needs To Be Recharged AC blowing warm air - The most frequent and obvious problem that your car needs new freon is when you only get warm air blowing through your vents. When the refrigerant levels are too low, you won ... read more

How to Change Your Windshield Wipers on Your Ferrari

How to Change Your Windshield Wipers on Your Ferrari

If you’re the typical Ferrari owner, you are probably hesitant about taking your prized possession out in rain. But, the weather can turn around and surprise you on the road. And when this happens, you don’t think twice to switch your windshield wipers on. Over time, your windshield wiper blades will wear down and be no longer effective at clearing off your windscreen. Most automakers, like Ferrari, suggest swapping out your wiper blades every 6 months to 1 year to ensure optimal visibility. Read on to learn more about how to change your windshield wiper blades.   What You Need Replacement Wiper Blades that match your Ferrari’s specific make/model A soft cloth, preferably microfiber Minutes to spare!   Step 1 - Park your car and make sure you turn the car off. Step 2 - Raise the old wipers’ arms up and away from the windscreen Step 3 - Unhook the locking clip with your finger. It can be found at the joint where the rubber wiper blade meets the ... read more

Ferrari Leaks & What To Do About Them

Ferrari Leaks & What To Do About Them

Your Ferrari may run better and faster than other cars, but it still requires the same type of fluids as any other vehicle. Over time, some seals may age, or parts may corrode, causing fluids to leak. Some vehicle fluid leaks are more of a concern than others; nevertheless, leaks should never be shrugged off. If there's a puddle around your Ferrari, it could be one of these fluids: Coolant Coolant is often dyed a bright green, orange, or pink. Besides color, you can usually tell whether your leak is coolant by the smell. Coolant has a distinct syrupy smell that takes little to no effort to detect. If your Ferrari is leaking coolant, please bring it to a professional, or else you can risk overheating your engine. Motor Oil  A dark brown or black pool underneath your parked car is usually a sign of an oil leak. Broken oil pans, clogged filters, or damaged gaskets are generally culprits behind oil leaks.  Transmission Fluid If you notice a pink or red puddle around you ... read more

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