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  1. DIY: Do It Yourself
    Here's a detailed comprehensive video i made on how to assemble the differential in a non-m case. In this video i reassemble using an aftermarket Limited Slip diff 1.5way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEJEDEC2CkU
  2. E46 General
    These past few days have been cold here in NY with temperatures getting in the 20s and 30s. I have noticed since yesterday that my E46's transmission 'bites'/'engages' half way when the throttle is applied slightly hard from a dead stop or when pushing the throttle down more than halfway to...
  3. E46 General
    I have a 2001 330ci vert 5sp with 130,000 miles and I assume the original clutch, and sometimes when I engage the clutch and accelerate shortly after, it will rev and and barely move. This only happens when I hit the gas hard after taking foot off clutch, both from a standstill and changing...
  4. E46 General
    I have a 2000 323ci, 140k miles with the GM transmission. On cold mornings the trans. slips until she warms up. Sometimes selecting 1st gear manually will reduce the slipping enough to get moving easier. A few times I've noticed some additional slipping when the car is not cold but not yet at...
  5. DIY: Do It Yourself
    Symptom: On cars equipped with GM 5L40E transmissions only (A5S 360R/ A5S 390R): Loss of power/no movement in reverse (RWD), Loss of power/no movement in forward and reverse (AWD). Often happens only when the engine is cold. As far as I know, this problem does not generate any codes, or any...
  6. E46 General
    Hi Everyone, I'm in need of some advice and experience. My 2001 330xi (106k mi.) transmission has been acting a little odd for a while. The problem is most noticeable when I'm in "manual" mode. When I'm cruising down the road in any gear at any speed and I press the accelerator pedal the RPM...
  7. E46 General
    If you are accelerating hard sometimes you get what feels like clutch chatter in a stick shift car while it shifts from first to second. It is a 2000 328i automatic. I was wondering if this could just be a shift solenoid or if this is a sign the tranny is starting to wear out. Thanks for your help.
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