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      01-13-2011, 08:34 PM   #1
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I have a new, guaranteed never used air flow sensor for our e90 series of vehicles. I ordered it from Tischer last year thinking that my sensor had gone bad, turned out it was the fuel pump.

The part number is: 13 61 7 520 519

Regularly retailing for $265, I'm entertaining any reasonable offers.




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I have a new, guaranteed never used air flow sensor for our e90 series of vehicles. I ordered it from Tischer last year thinking that my sensor had gone bad, turned out it was the fuel pump.

The part number is: 13 61 7 520 519

Regularly retailing for $265, I'm entertaining any reasonable offers.



Just want to know what symptoms did u experience when ur fuel pump went bad
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      11-04-2011, 02:58 PM   #6
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would you take $245 shipped to 77840?
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would you take $245 shipped to 77840?
Looks like you don't have enough posts for the PM system. Please email me:

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I have a new, guaranteed never used air flow sensor for our e90 series of vehicles. I ordered it from Tischer last year thinking that my sensor had gone bad, turned out it was the fuel pump.

The part number is: 13 61 7 520 519

Regularly retailing for $265, I'm entertaining any reasonable offers.



I have the intake box and K&N filter for sale here:

http://www.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=613536

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      03-30-2012, 11:53 AM   #10
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Regarding your fuel pump versus air flow sensor

Hi. May I ask what your indications were that something was malfunctioning? I am interested as I am experiencing some engine trouble that I thought emanated from a loose air flow boot, but seemed to manifest again after securing the boot appropriately.
Thanks, Scott
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