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Old 10-05-2012, 04:19 PM
alanstocker alanstocker is offline
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Mein Auto: 1995 BMW 525i auto sedan
1995 BMW 525i auto trans selector heat seizure

Hello to you all, I am a new member and hope that someone among you can help me.
I have a 1995 BMW 525i auto sedan without air-con that I have owned for the past 14 years. Due to being offered a company car (Yuk) I dry stored the car in clean and relatively warm conditions undisturbed for the past 6 years.
I have now retired and want to re-commission the car. All was good when I laid the car up but now I have a problem with the auto gear selector becoming very stiff and even seized after just a few miles of driving.
I would really appreciate any suggestions, particularly as I need the car to make daily visits to hospital for my cancer treatment.
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