Coming Through in the Clutch

by | Sep 2000 | BMW, Import Service | 0 comments

After an astonishing 184,000 miles, the original clutch on this one-owner 1987 BMW 325iS finally decided it had completed its tour of duty. The way it failed was curious, though. Instead of the typical symptoms of gradually slipping and losing engag...

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