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      02-29-2012, 06:53 PM   #1
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6MT Loose Clutch Pedal-Assistance please



I assume my clutch pedal bushings are worn. How do I replace them? I took off the under dash plastic and looked up in there and it looks hard to access.

Any DIY? Anyone done this before? The movement youll see in my video can not be normal. IT makes for a very weird pedal feel when driving.

Will these solve this?
http://www.rogueengineering.com/rogu.../CLU-BUSH.html

2006 330i
77,xxx miles

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I assume same as the e36. The area looks the same.

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I don't know the fix, but just want to assure you that your movement is far more than either of mine. There is always a slight amount of lateral play in clutch versus none in brake, but it is no more than a couple of millimeters. This has come up in various places (whether play is normal, not the fix).
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I don't know the fix, but just want to assure you that your movement is far more than either of mine. There is always a slight amount of lateral play in clutch versus none in brake, but it is no more than a couple of millimeters. This has come up in various places (whether play is normal, not the fix).
Cool thanks! I will probably get the bushing @$20 a piece and may have to replace the whole pedal according to old e36 knowledge. It seems the hole in the plastic pedal gets out of round as well as the bushings cracking and wearing. Pain to get to as well.
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