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BMW E46 3-Series Camshaft Position Sensor Intake Side OEM 12147539165


BMW E46 3-Series Camshaft Position Sensor Intake Side OEM 12147539165




 
List Price: $137.48
Sale Price: $46.36
Part Condition: New
Manufacturer: OEM

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Our Part Number: 12147539165OEME46

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OEM Camshaft position sensor with seal. This is for the intake camshaft.
Part # 12 14 7 539 165
Buyers Note: Comes with o-ring seal.
Cross References:
12147539165
12-14-7-539-165
12141438081
12141435350
A4015-151787
94513

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 37 Write a review »

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Great part November 14, 2017
Reviewer: Hugh Griffin from Chester, CT United States  
Quality looked great. Virtually identical to the part it replaced.

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Excellent part to get rid of 'Service Engine Soon' November 4, 2017
Reviewer: RC from Staten Island, NY United States  
Six months ago, bought a Meyle Intake CPS from a different vendor based on a youtube service video. Thought part was made in Germany based on video.  My Meyle box had a 'Made in China' label. Replaced my original broken BMW CPS with the Meyle. Hard starts and 'Service Engine Soon' shows up every few weeks along with rough idle.  The Meyle part made my e46 stall out.  Finally, replaced that Meyle with this OEM.  No worries since.

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Vanos and sensors overhaul November 3, 2017
Reviewer: Dave Zaragoza from Kent, WA United States  
I purchased and self installed this Vanos unit without hitch.  Noticeable horse power increase was immediately evident at first test drive n beyond. I also purchased camshaft intake and exhaust sensor for complete overhaul of this system. Highly recommend.  As it turned off my error codes on engine light.

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Good but.... August 25, 2017
Reviewer: My kids Mechanic from WI United States  
The replacement part worked like it was supposed to. I was worried at first because the part of the sensor that goes in the engine had a larger diameter than what I pulled out. It installed and started up so I can only assume that was okay and was possibly an improvement. Two weeks later the car is still running fine.
The location of the sensor on my 2002 325xi was to the left of the oil filter if you are facing the motor. You must remove the air box and some other thing that is mounted right in front of where the sensor goes in. Hour job at the most.


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Direct replacement of original part November 10, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from San Jose, CA United States  
Fairly straight-forward replacement of failing sensor.  Should not be difficult for any DIYer.  Just need proper open end or crescent wrench to remove solenoid to get to sensor.

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