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    E46 M3 Owners some opinions please.......

    Ok so i have 2002 BMW M3 6M/T and it has lil under 80k. I know of the "M-Clunk" but aside from that i get all kinds of clanks and clicks from it. In first gear if i roll forward and put in the clutch its clanks.. some times not.... Also i have a "double-click" into the second gear. I have read up and heard a few ppl have that. i recently replaced the trans fluid with oem and that didn't help one bit....

    Now how often do our transmission mounts fail would that cause clicks and clanks cuz i just got a ride in a friends M3 vert 6mt and it was buttery smooth his is 04 wtih 47k...

    Any ideas please let me know! THANKS!
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    I believe it's on of the bushings in the shifter linkage. It's a pain to get to, so when you replace it, you should just upgrade to a Autosolutions SSK

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    but how often do our mounts break? or is this a common sound?
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    The tranny mounts? I don't think that's a common part that fails. But, I believe when you are getting to the linkage bushing area, you need to drop the tranny a lil, so you might as well replace the tranny mounts then as well. I am not 100% certain about this stuff, I would search a little more

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