Thread: Ignition Switch
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Old 06-21-2007, 11:10 AM   #6
bimmerchop
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I've been to the dealership as well as an indy shop in the past, and they always give me the same BS excuse that they "can't re-create the problem". Their solution was replacing the tail bulbs... because that did much . I have no choice right now other than to start trying to fix this myself, and tackling the ignition switch first seems a lot easier than trying to find a bad ground somewhere in the car.

CDV was a typo as I meant to refer to the clutch switch delay, like in this thread...

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=398047

Regardless whether it has something to do with my clutch, it still effects my driving/shifting. While this happens, if I remove press my clutch down to disengage, it takes a good full second for the car to stop accelerating.

If this is resolved when I replace the ignition switch, I'll overnight you a nice hot sandwich jbeurotech
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