Yeah its manual............ The clutch feels ok...... it only has 49,000 miles on it. A friend told me to put it in 4th gear at like 35mph and put the gas pedal to the floor and see if it slips........... it didnt. I wll try without traction.......... Clutches expensive?
I had an Audi A3 once with that same problem.
Sometimes the revs would climb with a mind of their own to 4500 and just sit there. I looked like a right gimp at traffic lights!
As air conditioning uses fuel, or well let's say some engine power, switching the airco on when it happened often stoped it. So i'd cruise to the light and just have to switch the airco on! :wtf
Anyway, in the end it was a problem with the engine management system. A temperature sensor was malfunctioning and was very cheap to replace. If this is your only symptom I doubt it's the whole system. I also doubt it's traction control, can't see that causing this.
My 2000 323ci has a tendancy to take a short delay before the revs drop when I dip the clutch, so might have to put soem money aside as Furious suggests!
Thanks guys,,,,,,,,,,,, yeah i look stupid when it does it cuz i get my ass wooped off the red light. Makes me want to get an M3 real bad............. Any suggestions for clutches? Or should I take it to a dealer and tell them whats happening........ Still under warranty.....