2001-2006 BMW X5 Mass Air Flow Sensor - Replacement - Plastic, MAF sensor
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Replacement Mass Air Flow Sensor accurately detects the level of air that flows to the engine. It is manufactured from 100 percent brand new sturdy components and also built to match the standards of the original part to ensure that the performance will not be compromised.
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Notes: Blade type; 3-prong male terminal.
- Material: Plastic
- Type: MAF sensor
- Condition: New
- Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
- Recommended Use: OE comparable
- Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 business days
- Notes: Blade type; 3-prong male terminal
- Warranty: 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty
- Fit note: OEM#: 1362 1438 871
- 2001-2006: 3.0i; 6 Cyl 3.0L;
MAF not comparable by wyukky2000, March 2, 2014
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Was trying a number of parts to resolve my lean codes issue P0171 & P0174 on my 2001 BMW 530. Price seemed much more reasonable than OEM and site says 100% compatible so I bought this unit. Everything looked similar and identical to the OEM part except that it was made you know where. When I replaced my original factory MAF this one would cause the engine to appear to choke/hesitate right at crankover. The car would almost stall for about 4 seconds but then started running normally. I had no such issue with my old MAF so I re-installed the original back. After I fixed the non-MAF issue the SES light went away. I went back and re-installed this unit back and the same issue was still there. I guess I am stuck with this MAF and out my money.