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Rear vehicle jerking

(2004 BMW X3)
in Fayetteville, NC on December 15, 2009
I hear a jerking noise in the rear of my vehicle while driving around 10 to 30 mph but nothing while i am on the highway. Is this a transmission problem?
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on December 16, 2009
It may be, but it may be other things as well. Things like this really need to be experienced to have an idea where they are coming from, I suggest taking it to a shop and take someone for a test drive, let them experience the problem.
on March 15, 2010
i have the same problem but bmw will fix it for me (3 days from now coz part needs to be ordered)since my car is still under warranty. i forgot what it's called but it's something from your 4wd connected to your transmission. they said it will cost atleast $3,500.
on July 27, 2010
I had the same problem with my x3 2004 2.5si. I brought it to the authorised BMW repair shop. It took them some time to figure it out about 2 days. They then added transmission oil and said they did something with the s or x drive. Cost me less than US$100.00.
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