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BMW X5 MAP Sensor

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Beck Arnley Fuel Injection Manifold Pressure Sensor

Since 1914, Beck Arnley is the foremost specialty supplier of first-rate, quality import parts for cars, light trucks, and SUVs. Offering exceptional parts that look and perform the same as OE parts while providing customer-driven service, Beck Arnley continues to provide solutions that make an auto technician's job easier.

Beck Arnley Worldparts, Inc. has been a leading specialty supplier of premium, quality import parts for cars, light trucks, and SUVs. Unlike its competitors, Beck Arnley provides import parts like Fuel Injection Manifold Pressure Sensor by model and year to equal the OE form, fit, and performance.

  • SKU#: 158-0750
  • Brand: Beck Arnley
  • Warranty: Beck Arnley limited warranty
 
Fits the following BMW X5 Years:
  • 2002-2003 | 8 Cyl 4.6L | 4.6is
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Standard MAP Sensor

The brand Standard ensures that all of its products are of high caliber and can meet and even exceed the OE specifications. One of its pride parts is the Standard MAP Sensor which is engineered for absolute performance, durability, and product longevity.

Specifications
  • Female connector
  • one electrical connector
  • one hose connector
  • one port
  • three terminals
  • Male blade terminal
  • Includes one O-ring
  • SKU#: SIAS311
  • Brand: Standard
  • Warranty: 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warranty
 
Fits the following BMW X5 Years:
  • 2004-2006 | 8 Cyl 4.8L | 4.8is
  • 2000-2006 | 8 Cyl 4.4L | 4.4i
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"The sensor works fine however getting the old one out and the new one in was difficult. Im not sure what to recommend for the DIY mechanic. One has to disassemble the plastic trim below the windshield as well as the electrical harnasses over the engine. I also recommend working on the car when it is cold otherwise you burn yourself on the engine manifolds. It was also difficult to unscrew the old and screw in the new because of the limited space. Nevertheless I managed to do it on my own in about an hour." posted by: Back Yard Mechanic on May 8, 2013