Brother you probably wont find a more reliable MTX in a new car that is truly a MTX these days. About the only thing that assists the driver is when you are at a hill the car's brakes will be engaged for about 5 seconds to help you get the pedals down.Looking to replace my commuter with a 14 or 16 M6 manual, I have a few local cars Im testing this weekend.
Any feedback on the manual transmissions on M6 with about 30-50K on them? Want a reliable car with some fun factor not a headache, Thx.
I mentioned the same issue earlier in this thread, and Cdn17Sport6MT posted a TSB for the 3 that should also apply to these vehicles. Looks to be a shift linkage thing, and appears to be an easy fix.I have 85k miles (all mine) and honestly the only problem I have had, had it ever since the car was bought, is that sometimes I can't shift into first even when the clutch is fully engaged. This is a known problem by some MTX owners but isn't epidemic and of course can't be reproduced at the dealership. The solution is simply to disengage the clutch and re-engage.
You got a link for that brother? And when you say an easy fix are you saying easy for a high speed mechanic or something a home garage tech can tackle...yes I have access to a lift and every tool known to man.I mentioned the same issue earlier in this thread, and Cdn17Sport6MT posted a TSB for the 3 that should also apply to these vehicles. Looks to be a shift linkage thing, and appears to be an easy fix.