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I've already searched the forum for an example of this...

2.5 months ago I had my sticky pedal replaced, and it seemed great at first (could have been low humidity), but still inconsistent. Sometimes it just wouldn't feel as smooth as it should. Lately as the weather has become cooler, I have taken some drives that are as bad if not worse than before the sticky pedal was replaced...

SO, if I climb down by the pedal and snoop around, is there something I can look for to know that they REALLY replaced the pedal with the new part? I've taken my car in for service 5 times in 5 months so I'd like to go the month of November without a visit.

THANKS!
 

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Souns like they gave you the wrong part. :p
 
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asb2002 said:

SO, if I climb down by the pedal and snoop around, is there something I can look for to know that they REALLY replaced the pedal with the new part? I've taken my car in for service 5 times in 5 months so I'd like to go the month of November without a visit.

THANKS!
the part number should be visible
 

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This is starting to make me sick - here are the part numbers according to my invoice which are nowhere similar to the replacement parts posted on this board:

PEDAL: 35-40-6-756-492
ADAPTER: 35-40-6-756-720

Did they replace my pedal with the OLD part?
 
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asb2002 said:
This is starting to make me sick - here are the part numbers according to my invoice which are nowhere similar to the replacement parts posted on this board:

PEDAL: 35-40-6-756-492
ADAPTER: 35-40-6-756-720

Did they replace my pedal with the OLD part?
yup, looks like it
 

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I just talked to the parts guy at the dealership. He says that when he punches in the ...492 pedal, the ...480 (fixed pedal) comes up on his screen. What he couldn't tell me is if that implies that the 492 is the old pedal and the 480 has taken its place. I may have to call another dealership.

Can anyone tell me (or tell me where to find) the pre-sticky fix pedal number?
 

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What's your production date? Mine was June 2002. Does this sticky pedals affects all the 2002 325i models?
 

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I had my pedal replaced with the redesign in August and its still working great... no problems.


Here are the pedal part numbers:
My car: 2001 325i
Module 35-40-6-762-481
Adapter Plate 35-40-6-756-720
 
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