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Clutch problem BMW 2002/318 ti..Vibration is felt through the clutch pedal whenever it is depressed during gear shifting, accompanied by a noise and burning smell mostly experienced when in heavy traffic.

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This is caused by a defective clutch release bearing, it is most likely seized up or close to it..

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