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BMW E9X 3-Series Camshaft Adjuster Gasket OEM 11377516302 or 11127552280


BMW E9X 3-Series Camshaft Adjuster Gasket OEM




 
List Price: $25.02
Sale Price: $11.80
Part Condition: New
Manufacturer: Victor Reinz

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Our Part Number: 11377516302E9X

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Camshaft Adjuster Gasket OEM.

Part # 11 37 7 516 302 or Part# 11 12 7 552 280 (328 Models)

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review »

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Valve cover June 13, 2017
Reviewer: Daniel Castro from Los Banos , CA United States  
Awesome!!

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Perfect Fit May 24, 2017
Reviewer: Martin Gabel from Mason, OH United States  
Replace while replacing valve cover gasket. Cheap insurance.

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Buy from these guys!!! March 26, 2017
Reviewer: Mathew Trevino from San antonio, TX United States  
I love these guys saved me over 1000 dollars bought gaskets sensors and pumps from these guys... Best bmw parts place ever even to expedite shipping!!!

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E92 113,000 miles,time for the valve cover gasket January 25, 2017
Reviewer: T. A. G. from Charlotte, NC United States  
Part arrived in 24 hours, perfect quality

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Same for some E60 January 10, 2017
Reviewer: Mike B from Scottsdale, AZ United States  
It's basically a eye shaped piece of metal with rubber edges.  Fit great.  OEM didn't have it listed for my E60 but I pulled the part number from Realoem and it was the same part for my car.  Advice:  take your plastic cover off the top of the engine (or at least lift it up in the front) and LOOK at your set-up.  There's 2 types of gaskets.  One with a larger rubber lip than the other.  Get your correct one.

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