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Old 10-12-2016, 05:08 PM
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Default Gear change is not as smooth as it was!

When driving round town in my 335d, the gears seem a bit reluctant to change up hanging on to the revs for longer than they used to, (up to 2500) especially when cold. Also when going up hill in traffic and then the change is a bit of a jump.
Is this going to be an expensive problem to fix?


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Old 10-12-2016, 06:54 PM
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When driving round town in my 335d, the gears seem a bit reluctant to change up hanging on to the revs for longer than they used to, (up to 2500) especially when cold. Also when going up hill in traffic and then the change is a bit of a jump.
Is this going to be an expensive problem to fix?
i don't know if this will help but worked for me.. found online

Hi all,

I've been suffering from this hesitation and jerking problem since I got my F10 three months ago. Well, today i stumbled upon a solution in this thread below. I tried it right away, and I have to admit, the accelerator is much smoother now from stop. And I'm a much happier F10 owner now than I was yesterday.

Steps...

1) hit start button once to turn on power (Don't start the engine)
2) then press the accelerator down to the floor for 5 sec
3) then hit start button once to turn off power
4) then remove foot from accelerator
5) then waite for 2 minutes
4) then start the engine like normal and try it out!




Good luck!


UPDATED ON (Aug. 3. 2011): This turned out to be a temporary solution that would last for about a week. A permanent solution is said to be in the latest software by BMW - refer to (SIB 12 09 11)
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Old 10-13-2016, 04:32 PM
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Thanks for the reply, I'll give it a go. Anything is better than a new gear box!!
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