The leak is bad and I have to fill it up every week. Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. Just finished my 2007 328i and couldn't have done it without your help November 18, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the feedback. Grinding gears when shifting, or difficult shifting up or down the gears, is caused by a failure in clutch hydraulics. After restarting the vehicle the check engine light remained illuminated before eventually turning off. This type of flywheel cannot be machined. Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799.
I'm guessing that the synchros are bad, probably needs a new throw out bearing and worse a complete manual transmission overhaul including a new clutch. March 18, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The clutch may be on the way out. However, as the clutch disc, usually made of a fibrous friction material such as asbestos, wears and becomes thinner, the point of clutch engagement moves up toward the driver in the range of clutch pedal movement. See our tech article on exhaust system replacing. To allow transmission gears to slide so that a different gear ratio can be used, the driver presses on the clutch pedal. The clutch resides in a flared housing the bellhousing that forms the seam between engine and transmission.
Figure 17 Working at the right side of the transmission, remove four bolts. As the clutch disc wears out, the shims compensate by moving the fulcrum point of the pressure plate spring release levers. Fluid from the brake fluid reservoir is shared with the clutch system. There's a screw in the middle of the clamp for adjusting the height to the top of the battery. For the E90 its 120Nm Internet calculator says that 88. March 23, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: No.
Clutch hydraulic failure causes a softness in the clutch pedal. A worn or slipping clutch manifests itself by allowing the engine to rev up without the vehicle appearing to pick up speed feels like an automatic transmission. Figure 19 To remove the flywheel, remove six T60 Torx bolts from the flywheel. Remove the complete exhaust system from your vehicle. December 29, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the additional info and feedback. You can't really see it until you lift up the battery. I would check spark, fuel and compression on all cylinders.
All pictures and references to the Porsche name, and the car names and shapes are for restoration reference only, and do not imply any association with Porsche. When the trans fails, and it will, and you have the big repair bill facing you; remember there were a couple guys telling you so. The water pump is a little more expensive. If you suspect the head gasket you can purchase a test stick that detects the presence of carbon monoxide in the coolant. The easiest way to test it is to place the transmission in a high gear while moving slowly or stopped and attempt to race the engine.
Mine came out by rotating counter clockwise using a 14mm Allen. Read through procedure to be sure you have all the tools required and the job is not beyond your skill set. I hear from reading on this site the bolts were a manufactures reject, faulty bolts. Twin active-charcoal micro-filters significantly help reduce air pollutants, such as dust and bacteria, and odors, from entering the cabin. Should i be concerned with having more transmission issues? The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic and was advised to take the vehicle back to the dealer. And, unless you're the original owner, manual transmissions are notoriously run hard and wind up like the one you're looking at. The larger ones are E18.
Serious engine damaged can occur too if other bolts inside the valve cover break and mess others components up inside the engine. Additionally instructions for figure 15 should precede those for figure 9. They are no more notorious than any other. You need an owner's manual. Once the two lower bolts are removed, there are a total of eight more that have to be removed. There are three plastic twist knobs one in the middle, and one on each end of the filter cover.
Pressing on the release disc lifts spring pressure off the clutch disc so that it can spin freely. Sources are dealer, salvage yard, ebay, and many online sites. If they've overheated, they tend to warp a head and even crack a block. Be sure to replace all the aluminum bolts. The green arrow points to the tool that came with my clutch kit. You will need a clutch disc alignment tool.
Check clutch master cylinder for leakage. It's from over torquing the bolt or a faulty bolt or something else but it's clearly not the fault of the consumer. Support driveshaft using rope or mechanic's wire. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. As for our friend looking to buy this car, please take it from us older guys that have been through this and look for another car. Two minutes after the vehicle was started, the contact noticed an abnormal odor and smoke under the hood.
Check out our section, which has all the parts you'll need to get your vehicle running its best, including filters, fluids, brakes, spark plugs, lighting, and more for your E90! The dealer stated the front passenger seat occupant sensor needed to be replaced. Give The Pelican Parts parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. The vehicle was not repaired. November 9, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Any small slide hammer that has a pilot bearing puller should work. It's not from cold weather or lack of maintenance, it's clearly a manufacturer default. Sounds like an engine misfire. The seller didn't say how long this has been going on, but, who knows and shifting from 1st directly to 3rd is awfully hard on the engine and it has to labor to pick up speed.