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E36 M3 (1995-1999)

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Old 11-24-2013, 05:52 PM
sneix420 sneix420 is offline
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Question o2. and ccv ? need some answers

I'm thinking of buy a 96 e36 m3 I asked the own Wat are the major motor problems cuz if I'm gonna pay More to fix I'd rather not... now my question is about how much does it cost to replace/repair the o2 and the ccv on this... Idk if this is major or not
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Old 12-18-2013, 02:30 AM
supernova* supernova* is offline
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Hi there, idk if you already got your answer or not but here's few point from my experience. CCV and O2 sensor not expensive and on older cars you should replace those parts anyway. CCV runs about $70 and O2 sensor $45 ( recom to change every 30k from other posts). I had to replace on mine m3 98 and that's what it cost me. You probably should look at OBC codes if any to figure out what problems cars has and how major repair would be. Hope its helpful. Good luck.
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