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Old 09-12-2004, 10:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi!

I'm a happy owner of a 518i from 1996 - but i have a small problem (i hope).
When i'm setting in 1st gear, and then trying to start, it sometimes jumps out - like i haven't gotten it proberly into gear. It only happens when i'm starting from at full stop - if the car is running very slowly and i then change into 1st gear, there's no problem. Could it be a clutch-problem or?????

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Hi!

I'm a happy owner of a 518i from 1996 - but i have a small problem (i hope).
When i'm setting in 1st gear, and then trying to start, it sometimes jumps out - like i haven't gotten it proberly into gear. It only happens when i'm starting from at full stop - if the car is running very slowly and i then change into 1st gear, there's no problem. Could it be a clutch-problem or?????


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I am having similar problems with a '96 E39 that I've had for one month. Apparently it is a common problem caused by selector fork wear in the gearbox. If you are in the U.K and North east there is a specialist in Worksop, Notts called All Gears who seem to be familiar with the problem. Good luck with it, Mark.
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Old 10-03-2004, 10:33 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yep I had the same problem All Gears fixed it 350, its not the end of the world and dont listen to anyone who says you need a new gearbox! My car is like new now even with 153000 miles on the clock
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my dad has the same problem with his 525i, how much is that 350 in america dollars?
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