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#1 (permalink) Old 08-30-2009, 07:59 PM
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i know your getting bored of hearing from me but i have made a discovery about my clutch the clutch in the transmission is fine i checked it i actually took the time to get under and take out the tranny to check the clutch and its still in good condition so with that said i figured out the problem the clutch pedal is messed up and i dont know of anything i can do that can make it driveable so i could take it to the shop to get it checked you know so the clutch pedal is messed up does anybody know how to or what i could do to fix it or what websites i can visit its a 1987 325es standard 5 speed tranny its all stock thanks
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first are you sure you have enough brake fluid in the reservoirs?

second is did u make sure to bleed your clutch? if no, then bleed the system first and let us see...
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yes there is enough fluid in the resivoirs but i dont know about the whole clutch bleeding thing how do i do that???? is it like bleeding the brakes????
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