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Old 03-18-2009, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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JUST GOT A E46 2002 330D AUTO EVERYTHING SEEMS GREAT GOES LIKE STINK BUT HAS ATERRIBLE VIBRATION WHEN IDLING IN EITHER D,P OR NEUTRAL IT MAKES U FEEL SEASICK ONCE YOU PULL OFF ITS GONE AND DRIVES GREAT PROBLEM IS SOMETIMES WORSE THAN OTHERS AND SOMETIMES IS FINE CAN ANY ONE GIV ME SUM POINTERS AS IT IS DOING MY HEAD IN
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I think I have similar problem will be interested to see if you get a response.
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Old 03-24-2009, 08:05 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Noise Or Vibration In Forward Or Reverse ar caused by the list below, remember that transmissions dont consume fluid like an engine, so if the level is low fill it to correct level, but this means that if its factory sealed and you havent had a trans service you have a leak which needs attention, the 1st two on the list are the more common problem, however its dependent on mileage, also a diagnostic check might pull up an electric fault, I hope Ive been of some help.

*Improper fluid level.
*Transmission shift cable and bracket damaged or misadjusted.
*Transmission Range (TR) sensor out of adjustment.
*Valve control body
*Improper band/clutch application pressures.
*Pump internal leakage, cavitation.
*Pump bolts out of torque.
*Overdrive one-way clutch damaged, worn, or improperly assembled.
*Rear one-way clutch assembly damaged, worn, or improperly assembled
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