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      04-22-2014, 06:57 AM   #1
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Clutch Judder when setting off

Just been in to the local dealers for a few warranty bit's, one thing I asked them to look at it is now and again when setting off I get a judder when releasing the clutch, they couldn't find fault, but said they replaced and oxygen sensor, don't see how the two re related but still doing it.

Is it just time to rebook and see of put up with it or is this a design perk of the car itself.
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I have exactly the same problem with my car. I raised this with the dealership when it went in 2 weeks ago for some 'enhancement' or what we would call a warranty recall work!
Anyway, they could not recreate the issue and from what I can feel through the pedal I reckon this is following the exactly the same path as my old 3 series (e90). And that led to a new clutch and flywheel under warranty.
So for now I will let the problem get worse as discussed with the dealership.

Let me know of you have any better luck with this.

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I have noticed this starting to occur on my car too (125i). Its mainly on startup when everything is cold. Once things warm up it seems to disappear.....haven't talked to the dealer about it yet as its only happened a fee times.

Are you having the same experience?
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Weird that I am experiencing very similar thing but on a totally different car . 116i auto ...
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I have this on my 2013 118d. Ive had it since new. It comes and goes. its one of the many problems with my car!!
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I have noticed this starting to occur on my car too (125i). Its mainly on startup when everything is cold. Once things warm up it seems to disappear.....haven't talked to the dealer about it yet as its only happened a fee times.

Are you having the same experience?
Hi,

In a word yes.

This is how it starts and then you will start to feel it more as you put miles on the car.

My 118i is a year and 2 months old now. Just over 20000 miles and the clutch judder is progressively getting worse with time.

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