If you didn’t already know Heads Up has moved to it’s newly renovated home located at: 155 Southport Road, Spartanburg, SC 29306. Fear not as this shouldn’t inconvenience our customers as we have only moved approximately 1/2 a mile down the road from our previous location!
The support from our existing customers has been nothing short of inspiring with feedback about how wonderful the new location looks and the enjoyment our customers have had supporting Heads Up in continuing to grow from strength to strength.
If you haven’t stopped by yet please do, we would love to show you around and thank you for your support because with out our wonderful customers none of this would be possible!
In the meantime here are a few photos of the new location and some of the exciting cars we have already been working on for you to enjoy:
It’s summer time in South Carolina, and it’s HOT outside. Far too hot to have no A/C!
Debbie arrived at Heads Up hot, sweaty and upset. Her A/C has stopped working. To make matters worse, her window won’t roll down.
After a proper diagnosis, we’re replacing the A/C System Pressure Switch. In the repair, we’ll be evacuating and recharging the A/C system. Debbie is also having us replace her window motor.
Heads Up is Spartanburg’s home of BMW service and Repair!
We are equipped with the most up to date, dealer level diagnostic equipment available.
In addition to normal service and repair, we offer:
- ECU Programming
- Cluster Programming
- Diagnostic Trouble Codes
- Data Logging
- Condition Based Service Reports
- ABS Systems
- Airbag Modules
- Steering Angle Calibration
- Performance ECU upgrades
Here are a few of the jobs that are in the shop today:
Jason’s E46 M3 was delivered to the shop after stalling on the highway. We’re replacing the fuel pump today with a new OEM unit.
Mary’s BMW 328xi is in the shop today. She’s getting a CBS Vehicle Inspection, Oil Change, and set of tires. We’ve also recommended that the DME be updated, since there are several updates available from BMW.
Davis brought us his BMW 528i. He’s complained of a “clunk” in the rear of the car. Mostly while hitting smaller bumps in the road. We’ve diagnosed the “clunk” as worn rear ball joints, and we’re replacing the entire rear upper control arm assembly.
Ricks BMW Z4 is in the shop for an oil change and a scheduled maintenance.
Brian’s BMW 645i is in the shop. He’s has a ABS light and DSC light. We’ve diagnosed the issue as a faulty alternator.
Barrys M3 is back in shop for a new of brakes. We’re also installing a set of wheel studs, instead of the normal BMW lug bolts.