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  1. Thanks guys. I’ve checked everywhere but will check again. Tomorrow. Sigh would hate to have to spent over $20 for such a small thing.
  2. I lost the red plug for the steering box and I need a new one. I was trying to take it off and my butter fingers popped it out and now i cannot find it! I found the part number on Real OEM which is #32111102781 however the usual online stores do not carry it. Any ideas on where i can buy a new one? Thanks!
  3. Thanks for chiming in guys...i think the noise is coming from the transmission mount needing to be replaced. I dont think the tranny is supposed to have any play and I can lift it up and down. Looks easy enough to replace...i think. Looks like the leak (no really that bad, it aint even dripping on my driveway) is coming from the out put shaft seal. Is this a hard to replace?Leak isnt really that bad and I'm not planning to take this thing to the track or anything, can i postpone the replacement of this or am I asking for it?
  4. I'm new to the forum as well as to 02's. I normally work on old/vintage motorcycles but have always loved these bimmers. I just picked up a 72 2002 Roundie and had the guys at the M Shop in Eagle Rock, CA give it a safety check. They said that the car is in really good condition but found the following: - Leaky distributor - Rear Transmission seal needs to be replaced there is a small leak - Transmission bushing is worn and needs to be replaced The car runs and idles great except that since the safety check i've started to notice that the transmission "knocks" when i release the clutch on the 1st gear. It only does this for the first 15 to 20 mins then it goes away. Of course after the safety check i'm thinking that its being caused by the worn bushing or the tranny leak. can anyone confirm? are both of these something I can do myself? i dont have a rack or anything and just basicu tools. Thanks!
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