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Old 05-27-2012, 07:00 PM
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Correct o2 sensors and ignition coil??

Im looking into replacing the o2 sensors and ignition coils in my 2003 x5 3.0. Whats the correct sensors and ignition coils item#. It doesnt has to be OE manufactured but direct fit is what im looking for....no modification. Thanks
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Old 05-29-2012, 08:59 PM
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:27 AM
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Im looking into replacing the o2 sensors and ignition coils in my 2003 x5 3.0. Whats the correct sensors and ignition coils item#. It doesnt has to be OE manufactured but direct fit is what im looking for....no modification. Thanks
Good day!!

My many years of advice, I've never told anyone to replace the coils unless the computer tells you to... There is really no need... They either work or they don't... HOWEVER, the new coils BMW is using are almost as cheap as the boots used on the older models...

There is a part site that you can find everything you would ever want to buy for your BMW by simply putting in the last seven digits of your vin in the box at the top of the page... Go to realoem.com and you will have to hit "Click here" in the middle of the page to enter the site... Put in your last seven of the VIN where it says serial number, hit enter key... Bottom of page is "Brouse parts"...

Coil part number is 12131712219 and cost an amazing $57 from the dealer (these prices are close, but not always exact!)... If you put that part number into an ebay search, it will pull up over 100 items to search through...

Your O2 part number is 11781742050 for the front and 11781433940 for the back... They are $215 each and you need four... ebay will find these part numbers for you too...

Additionally, if you type what you are looking for in the search box in this site, you will find lots of info specifically about your vehicle from the people that own them too...

Good luck!!

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Old 05-30-2012, 08:48 PM
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Thanks for the great info
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williamX5 is correct with his part numbers for the 3.0 X5.

HERE are my selection of coils for your car. Going with Bosch or Bremi coils will save you a good bit over the genuine BMW ones.

For the o2 sensors the fronts can be found HERE, I suggest going with the Bosch sensor. And the rears can be found HERE, once again I'd suggest going to a Bosch sensor.



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Old 06-20-2012, 04:55 PM
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