Used BMW Aircon Pipes
All used BMW Aircon Pipes listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list used car parts for BMW are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.
About Aircon Pipes
The purpose of the BMW aircon pipe is to link all the components of the car's air conditioning system together.
Air conditioning pipes come in different sizes, diameters and can be made of various materials to suit different air conditioning systems.
The BMW aircon pipe should be made of hard-wearing material, strong and leak-proof and should be designed well enough for it to connect all the different parts of the car's aircon system tightly and firmly together.
These durable aircon pipes do wear out over time and if you need to replace the BMW aircon pipe you should ensure you purchase one that is the right size, width and material for your car's air conditioning system.
- That distinctive BMW car engine sound that new owners fall in love with might not be real. The BMW M5 has such a quiet engine that they had to install fake engine noises to keep drivers happy!
- Think you know what BMW is an acronym of? If you answered Broke My Wallet, you’re definitely wrong. It really stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke (which is Bavarian Motor Works in English).
- The BMW M1 has a classic look, so it's no surprise that its designer also came up with some other amazing car designs. Giorgetto Giugiaro is also responsible for the DeLorean, the Beretta U22 Neos handgun, and the Nikon D4 camera! Although, he also designed the Yugo, commonly called the worst car that's ever been made.
- The Cold War affected BMW sales so significantly that the company was nearly bought out by their arch-rivals Mercedes in 1959. A silent investor saved the company, but the rivalry between BMW and Mercedes Benz is ongoing.
- Everyone knows what the BMW logo looks like, but do you know what it represents? Most people think it's inspired by propellers (because of BMW's aviation history), but it's really just the same colour scheme as the Bavarian flag and was designed to showcase Bavaria.