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What could be the cause of no speed or power from a stop in low gear for a BMW 740il?

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2006-04-11 16:05:08
2006-04-11 16:05:08

you may actually starting off in manual 2nd , if you are sure you are in first and the engine revs up and no forward movement then your trans is the culprit

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