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#1 (permalink) Old 10-04-2003, 11:07 PM
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I have a 1987 325e and the problem is everytime i step on the clutch pedal all the way down it doesnt come back up. When i step on it all the way and it get stuck, i have to pick it up wit my foot so it will come back up. Does anyone know how could i fix this? is it b/c the clutch pedal is old and its been rustin or sumthin?? how come it gets stuck? what can i do to make the clutch pedal go down and up smoothly?? PLEASE tell me how to FIX IT.... THANX FO YOUR HELP!!!!!



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Not sure if this is the case but on the e21's it is usually a faulty clutch slave, check that out but not for sure... just my $0.02...

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there is a piston that pushes it up. Just look underneath and there is a silver rod that goes into a cylinder. This is just a pressure piston, just like the one on the hood.

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your master cylinder might be bad

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probalby not a master... more likely it's the slave... they're not too expensive & are DIY-able

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