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i have the oE code reading (intake air temperature sensor) i replaced the sensor and the code still come up after i clear the code. is this a common problem? can some one please help. i checked the wiring, cleaned the air filter, cleaned the mass air flow sensor. any other ideas?

thanks chris e36 ///m3
 

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Often intake air sensor codes are thrown due to a vaccum leak. How does it idle?
 
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