Question about 1999 BMW Z3
The two most likely causes are a worn front universal joint - a relatively easy fix but probably fairly expensive if done by BMW- or more serious, but lees likely, a worn bushing in the transmission tail-shaft housing. The latter will be more difficult and costly to repair but doesn't happen very often. A worn universal joint is much more likely. Dr.J
Posted on May 20, 2011
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