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      07-03-2011, 06:50 PM   #1
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Felt like the rear end was shaking

I had an experiance over the weekend. I was in a car park and decided to carry out a full right hand turn.
I had the steering on full turn and begun to slowly accelerate. During this process the car felt like it was wabbleing/shaking from the rear end.
I stopped, straightened her out and it went away.

I tried to replicate this again, but it did not do it.

Has anyone experienced this?

I had been driving the car all day at the correct temperature.
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Did it creak at all? There is a service bulletin out with respect to the rear differential fluid.

I never had any wobbling, but on slow full tight turns, such as a spiral parking garage, the car would creak loudly. The solution was to have the dealer replace the differential fluid with "special" differential fluid.

Not sure if that is your problem, but worth looking into.
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I had an experiance over the weekend. I was in a car park and decided to carry out a full right hand turn.
I had the steering on full turn and begun to slowly accelerate. During this process the car felt like it was wabbleing/shaking from the rear end.
I stopped, straightened her out and it went away.

I tried to replicate this again, but it did not do it.

Has anyone experienced this?

I had been driving the car all day at the correct temperature.
it would be the diff. bmw are putting a new one in my car call them and see what they say
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