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Old 02-24-2009, 02:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, do you guys know how to adjust the clutch on my 1995 325is (E36) i don't know if it adjust by itself or not. because most of the time I put it in to gear, I hear a TUG noise. it sounded like the clutch is still engaged when I put it in to gear or when I change gear. it's manual transmission. any suggestion or link to DIY will be great. thanks a lot guys
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dont think you can its hydraulic you could always get a clutch stop you problem may lie in the slave or master cylinder as well


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Not adjustable. Start by checking the level in the brake master cylinder and then bleeding the slave cylinder. Pelican Technical Article: BMW Clutch Slave Cylinder Replacement
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