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Old 28-Jun-2018, 11:26 PM
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Hi guys,

Just a quick one, I've recently bought an e92 320d automatic 2008, everything is perfect and smooth and am generally happy with how it's been so far, apart from one thing, in D mode when at traffic lights and the foot is on the brake for a couple of minutes and I release it to take off it seems to have a lag which ends up looking like a fecking kangaroo jump almost every time I take off but usually only when idle for more than 2-3 minutes ? The previous owner advised he had changed gearbox oil so just wondering is there anything else I could do ?

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lovely motor, thinking of changing myE46 coupe to one, whats it like on diesel? is that 270 tax per year too?
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