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Old 06-27-2013, 08:02 AM
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[Help] 335i vibration with accelerate

1st excuse my English. I am Brazilian and I am using Google Translate.

I'm getting desperate. My car is in the shop for one month and no one knows where the defect is.

First, the car broke the Driveshaft Hanger. Was concerted. Thereafter began a vibration in the center of the car. When I accelerate in first and second gear. I bought today the U-Joint, I'm hoping to make it this far. Can anyone help me? Anyone know why this vibration?

Here in Brazil the parts are very expensive, the 2008 BMW 335i like mine here in Brazil costs $ 100k dollars (yes, used, 2008).
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