Question about BMW 1 Series
You need to contact a BMW zone office and ask to speak to and meet area Zone rep. That's unacceptable, I'm surprised that the dealer let you have the car back after 3rd replacement. I used to work for BMW and it's either a MAJOR defect in parts and design or you or someone else who drives your car doesn't drive a standard transmission car properly. Ask BMW if there are any "open campaigns" on your car... this should get a serious reply
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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