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Old 04-03-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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Transmission Fluid

i have a 2008 328xi with about 97000KM. I was looking to change the transmission fluid, transfer case fluid and diff fluid.

Does anyone know a good shop in or around toronto to get this work done at?My transmission is jerky at low speeds so im hoping it will fix it.

1. anyone feel a difference in shifting? my transmission is jerky right now at lower speeds.
2. did anyone have any gear slippage getting it done close to the same mileage.

Thanks guys.
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Old 04-14-2013, 10:39 PM   #2
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It depends where in Toronto you are. In the west end a lot of guys go to Ivo @ Columbus Auto, RMP, or Bimmersport. In the east end there are places like Street Extreme and Speedstar that seem to be popular. I've personally gone to Darren @ DC Motorwerx (formerly Alphawerx Auto) to do my maintenance as he's located in Thornhill which is convenient for me. I did the tranny and transfer fluids recently at a bit over 80k. I never really experienced the jerkiness at low speeds you're asking about so I can't say whether or not it will help. I do know that a bit of roughness between 1st and 2nd isn't too uncommon for our transmissions though based on what I've read.
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