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Old 05-02-2004, 10:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everybody.
I have a 92' 325i with 85K miles....when I release the clutch from a stop the whole car shutters..(only till the car getts rolling)..this does not happen during the cold weather .Now that it is warming up outside it takes about 30 minutes of driving before this shutter happens..I also notice that during these warmer days, there is a clunck just by putting the car in gear and when changing gear....
I was told that maybe there is oil on the clutch and it surfaces as the clutch warms up.
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When was the last time that you had the clutch replaced? Or has it ever been replaced?
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Original clutch...should be good many more miles......I'm more concerned about if I change the clutch and it is an oil leak problem...
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check the fluid... i think that might be your problem
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I'll change the oil, thanks.
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May sound like a stupid question but does anybody know what tpye of oil it uses?
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