BMW 318d 2007 how do I deactivate clutch switch

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BMW 318d 2007 how do I deactivate clutch switch

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Got a bmw 318d 2007 clutch was rattling so booked it in for clutch and duel mass doing but now it won’t start as not reading that the clutch is pressed down, so I need to deactivate/bypass this so it’ll start and I can get car to garage to get sorted any ideas Solutions thank you in advance

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Try a 3 series forum. Good luck :)
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Someone here might be able to help, it's an e90 so should be the same as the e8*s.

This link (pje16 beat me to it) comes up for US models and might help. Seen folk suggest that you check your brake fluid level too if you're having issues with this.
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Thanks for help I’ll go find a e90 site

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