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1994 BMW 325i
September, 11, 2012 AT 9:05 PM
I have a 1994 325i e36 2dr Manual Trans. BMW convertible. My previous engine blew head gasket and a rod so I purchased a used 1995 e36 325i BMW engine from the wrecking yard with 95k miles that I dropped into my car. The car runs great, however now the clutch wont engage into the gears. At first it had zero tension and the clutch would fall when pressed. After bleeding the slave cylinder now the clutch is too hard and wont switch into first (or any gear) Note: I put in a new clutch disc, and new TOB however I used my previous pressure plate cause it was a turbo. Can you please help me with finding the solution?
September, 12, 2012 AT 2:53 AM
Big mistake not replacing the pressure plate. Throwout bearing is required as well.
I would start by replacing all the necessary clutch parts. While you are at it. A new slave cylinder would be good as well.