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      06-27-2014, 08:02 AM   #1
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Little help: Charge Pipe Temp Sensor Harness

Ok, so I am sure this is a ridiculously easy task that I am somehow messing up, thus I thought I would just ask.

One the intake-side charge pipe for my 335d there is a temp sensor (I would imagine the same one as the other FI engines) that is connected with a locking wiring harness. Whether I push the locking tab in toward the sensor or out toward the wiring loom, it does doe seem to be at all pliable to allow it to unlatch. What am I doing wrong here? Do you have to remove the "twist protection" first or something? A picture is worth a thousand words if you have the time.

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If you can just take the housing off althogether, it is a lip/clip that you have to lift a tab to pull out. But the diesel...... I have a regular FI 335 and it was a clip out or unscrew and remove it all.
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