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  1. X5 E53 (1999 - 2006)
    Hello: I recently purchased my 2005 BMW X5. After getting stranded due to a fuel gauge reading 3/4 tank I found it never goes below that. From my assumption the sender is faulty. I went to Pelican Parts and found a left hand and a right hand sender. How can there be two senders doing the...
  2. E28 (1982 - 1988)
    Hi, helpful folks. The speedometer and odometer are out on my 1985 535i. As a starting point, I want to replace the sender. The info I've found online and in Bentley is confusing: some say the sender is in the differential, and others refer to the "speed sensor" in the transmission housing...
  3. E34 (1989 - 1995)
    Hello all, Suddenly my car died, 1995, 525i BMW, 180K miles. After diagnostics found a bad fuel pump (original), I already had a spare, the ones they sell on Ebay, made the replacement and soldered the new wires. The new fuel pump is metal and was inserted in the plastic casing of the...
  4. E36 (1991 - 1999)
    When I bought my car the temp gauge did not work so i replaced the temp sensor under the intake thinking that it would fix it. It half way fixed the issue. When i start the car the needle jumps to the top of the blue section and stays there the whole time and does not move. If i drive it around...
  5. E46 (1999 - 2006)
    My 2004 325ci has been really good to me, however, recently my fuel reading is never on point. I have replaced fuel filter, fuel pump/sender, and left sender unit. I am still getting this bad fuel reading. I read somewhere that the circuit board that is attached to the left sender unit slips...
  6. E46 (1999 - 2006)
    Getting occasional yellow and red oil level indication on dash. Oil is fresh 0W-40 and right within dip stick marks. Will a faulty sensor lock out the engine from starting (even though oil is up to adequate level)? I don't want to get stranded. 2005 325 XiT, 72,000 miles. :dunno:
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