Question about BMW 318
Posted by Anonymous on
I'm gonna take a guess here which is the best I can do without actually driving the car myself. The first suspect is the thermistor inside the transmission that tells the car computer what the transmission oil temperature is. My clue for suspecting this is the fact that the transmission work OK until about the time that it should be reporting higher temperatures to the computer. It is not an expensive part, but it is probably not something that you want to try to test and replace yourself.
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