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post #11 of 15 Old 6th December 2013, 03:55 AM
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post #12 of 15 Old 14th December 2013, 11:22 PM
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i was actually speaking to someone at a local BMW shop, and they said that this could actually be harming your clutch....
Anyone have an answer on this? I'm sure the clutch pedal has plenty of room to spare in its travel to fully disengage, but if you're reducing the travel, how can you be sure it's completely disengaging?
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Anyone have an answer on this? I'm sure the clutch pedal has plenty of room to spare in its travel to fully disengage, but if you're reducing the travel, how can you be sure it's completely disengaging?
If you can easily get into first from a complete stop, you're completely disengaged.
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Does anyone know if the 2007 E60 (6 MAT) has a clutch stop? I purchased one from BT and they insist that it is there, however their customer service is horrible and I can't get any detailed information.
Yes it does. Uses the same one as E39
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