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Old 11-26-2003, 03:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When i sit in the driver seat i notice that the cluth pedal is not sitting straight. It's sort of tilted to the left.

Also, when i press it all the way down, if i sometimes happen to maybe press a little too much to the left the pedal will SLIGHTLY move to the left along the bottom of the car.

Is this something that can be fixed...maybe something that holds it in place is missing and it has a little too much space to move around..

It still clutches fine, just doesnt look straight when its depressed and next to the brake pedal.

Just wondering.

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cable might have stretched, (if it has one)
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Old 11-27-2003, 02:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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hum... so simply replacing the cable that holds it in place would tighten it back up and put it back in its place?
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not sure, its really hard to tell what could be wrong , its one of those eliminate the probable type situation, i really dont have an educated guess, im just throwiing ideas out.
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hum...

well its just annoying when it moves as its pressed down...looks kinda crooked too but whatever....

i just hope it wont SNAP off...
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If it feels like its going to snap off I would go and get it serviced!
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hehehe...well i dont think it will actually snap off...its still very stiff..

its just slighty off center...ah well, I guess i'll ask my bmw guru next time my dad goes and sees him..
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