Morton Auto Custom Vehicle Coding *Scroll to bottom for a more complete list of code options for your vehicle*
*2006 to Present MINI Vehicles can be Custom Coded* *1999 to Present BMW Vehicles can be Custom Coded* *Currently working on Older MINI’s*
Coding is a way for us to enable or disable features that are hidden within your vehicle’s CPU, From the factory some or most of these are not enabled for various reasons and they can be turned on or off at any time through a coding process. If the modules are in your vehicle the options are as well and if the modules are not there some features will not be available.
This type of coding will not void your Warranty because we are using the software designed to code BMW’s and MINI’s, we are not rewiring or splicing into modules that may cause an issue.
Our detailer Anthony, will wash your car in the traditional fashion. Rinse, wash with soap and mitt, then rinse again. He does a great job, but refuses to wear a bikini – even if you ask nicely.
Snow Foam Car Wash. $25.00
We’re not afraid of technology at Morton Auto, so the Snow Foam system is right up our street. We basically coat your car in a thick layer of Snow Foam, making it look like a large cake covered in boiled frosting. Then clever science things happen before the car gets rinsed off, leaving a shiny, fast drying finish without smears, stains or dirt. It really is amazing.
Snow Foam Wash & Interior Vacuum. $29.00
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