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Old 01-22-2013, 12:16 PM
Yourrid Yourrid is offline
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Location: Buford, GA
 
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Mein Auto: 2004 BMW 325Ci Coupe
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Originally Posted by joegr View Post
You're going to start threatening them with the lemon law on a nine year old car when they haven't even attempted to fix it yet? Usually, for the lemon law to apply they have to have attempted to fix the same problem a few times and failed, and usually it only applies to newer cars. I think that you might get further with them if you started out in a less adversarial way.
I didn't mean to come off very serious with that comment. I don't know the ins nor outs about the lemon laws so I wont pretend I do. It was just a passing notion is all...

Well I got it up in the air and turns out that its the center support bearing. Took a good grip of the front drive shaft and shook it, center support gave way pretty well. Heard some clunking behind the exhaust shield. Front joint held together no problem though. No movement at all on the side going into the transmission.

Took a look at the rear diff to see if the rear driveshaft was moving and it wasn't, so its got to be the center bearing. Parts are on the way for it and im trying to hunt down the BMW salesman that sold it to me to see what he can do about it, but I have a feeling this will be coming out of pocket since it is used and so old.
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