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      04-14-2010, 02:59 PM   #1
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I have a problem with my car.. it only happens in the morning.... I started my car and headed to work and at the Same intersection EVERYmorning I come to a stop and hit the break. As soon as i let go of the break and before I hit the gas.. the car JERK ( it feels like as if something rear ended ur car) anybody experiencing this? 08 335i... Thanks
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      04-14-2010, 03:12 PM   #2
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is this an AT car?
whats the production date of your car ?

there may be a SIB in regards to re-programming the EGS (transmission control module) for that start-off jerk -

if this is a MT car -- im clueless
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      04-14-2010, 03:17 PM   #3
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If your car is BREAKing, then that's definitely a problem. However, if you are just using your BRAKES, that's a whole other story.
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mine does the same thing I thought it was my fuel pump. It happens as soon as you let go of the brakes right.
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Look up "Jolt and Delay when pulling away"... I know there is a SIB in regards to this... It requires a software update to fix this issue... Same software update that fixes the HPFP problem... anyway... I had the same issue, and after the update I no longer have it...
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if it is the EGS programming -- a complete car update has the current software fix in it.. as previously stated..

but you need to specify what tranny ur dealing with..
if its a MT it could be the SOA acting up ..
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Look up "Jolt and Delay when pulling away"... I know there is a SIB in regards to this... It requires a software update to fix this issue... Same software update that fixes the HPFP problem... anyway... I had the same issue, and after the update I no longer have it...
Do I go to the dealer and tell them the update I need?
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is this an AT car?
whats the production date of your car ?

there may be a SIB in regards to re-programming the EGS (transmission control module) for that start-off jerk -

if this is a MT car -- im clueless
my car is an auto...
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thanks guys for the input.. at least I know where to start and what to tell the dealer... I took it to them last time and they didn't now what to do with it because it only happens in the morning...
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That is the only time it will happen... Tell them you have the Jolt and Delay when pulling away issue, and that you know there is a SIB on it.... If you search the forum, you can find the exact SIB and go in with that....

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...+Delay+pulling

try this thread... The SIB is there
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