Question about BMW X3 Series
My x3 jerks when accelerating and clunking noise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like it may be something to do with the engine mounts. I had a similiar problem with my 04 d5 and it was down to 2 of the mounts wearing. They have a rubber damper for vibration which can wear out and then the engine moves slightly when its under load and when braking. Best to get it checked out although it sounds a lot worse than it actually is. Apparently the mounts I had fitted were a revised version which are more suited to the job.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
go to an empty parking lot
turn the wheel all the way to the right and drive in circle slowly
listen for a ticking noise or similar.
repeat in the left direction.
if you hear a ticking or clicking noise you likely have a bad CV joint. not a horridly expensive repair tho a necessary one
one other thing that will cause it is if the rubber boot surrounding the CV
joint is torn.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2009
It means there is a problem in the carburetor of your car . But if then so you still have to check the accelerator springs and pedal. For there are worn out or destroyed parts then replace them for good .About the carburetor.Prepare the equipment or tools to be used in servicing the carburetor .So that when carburetor will be repaired or serviced no parts will be damage or lost. Locate the carburetor. Disconnect the fuel lines , the accelerator cable and the magnetic jet from the carburetor.Dis -assemble the carburetor.Clean carburetor with carburetor cleaner.Don't forget to observe safety rules. If there are worn out parts or destroyed parts then replace them .But you the owner don't have time to do the job then go to a car shop mechanic and let them do the job.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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