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Old 11-30-2012, 10:01 AM
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Mein Auto: E60 M5 & ST 335i
Originally Posted by scarede46er View Post
That's a misconception, mate. Unplugging the MAF simply makes the car default to a fail safe fuel map wherein it ignores a number of sensors. So the car running reasonably after the MAF is unplugged doesnt always mean the MAF is the issue. I would worry more about the fuel pump as people here have suggested. Get a BMW scanner, it will also tell you if any part (including the MAF) is bad. 30 bucks on ebay,.
You didn't see my first post?. I have a scanner and I already posted the codes. My cars already at my friends shop and hes doing a fuel pressure test as we speak
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