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Old 03-16-2005, 09:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone had a problem with the throttle pedal being stiff. In previous services I have mentioned the stiff throttle and the dealer has fixed it, but it stiffens up again very quickly. I have oiled the pedal, the cable and everything I can get to, but this hasn't solved the problem. Any ideas?
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what year, i believe the newest ones are drive by wire.
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Its on my fathers 99 318i se
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If the car is drive by wire BMW has issued a technical bulletin on this issue. They will replace the gas pedal and electronic controller that goes with it if it is still under warranty. By the age of your Dad's car that may not be possible bit at least it tells you there is a generic problem. It may also indicate that you will need to replace the unit.
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Many thanks. Will contact the dealer with this info and get it fixed hopefully. )
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