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4841Re: Fw: [bmw e28] Re: Helpful links for parts about sensors

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  • Gerald Paul
    23 Nov 08:16
      Do you know of a website that will give you
      instructions on replacing the light in an Alpine radio
      and volume control problems for a 1988 535i? BMW
      dealers are no help.
      Jerry
      86 & 88 535i
      --- Agent Midnight <agentmidnight@...> wrote:

      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Mr. Dana Marc Sion - BMW CCA/WMC
      > To: bmwe28@...
      > Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 10:33
      > Subject: Re: [bmw e28] Re: Helpful links for parts
      > about sensors
      >
      >
      > You can check a few sites, at the least they will
      > let you see
      > the part so you have a better idea about what you
      > are looking for and give you a general price range.
      >
      > The Euro Depot: http://www.theeurodepot.com
      > Baverian Auto Sport: www.bavauto.com
      > Real OEM: http://www.realoem.com (this site is also
      > similar to the parts look up system that the BMW
      > centers use, just enter in your VIN or model Info.
      > and it will show you only parts for your car with
      > prices, they tend to be a bit high on this site).
      > Good luck,
      > -Dana
      >
      > P.s. I would also look at geting the Bently repair
      > manual for your car, even if you do not do the work
      > your self it will help you know what the mechanic is
      > talking about or perhaps if he is trying to tell you
      > something that may night be true.
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: John Forbey
      > To: bmwe28@...
      > Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 07:24
      > Subject: Re: [bmw e28] Re: Spammers on the group
      >
      >
      > Crank sensor is a small cylindricular sensor on
      > the
      > end of a cable that tells the ecu where the
      > crankshaft
      > is from a magnetic bead on the flywheel. It is
      > next
      > to another sensor the very same which tells the
      > ecu
      > the RPM or speed of engine. These signals are
      > necessary for engine to run; but if engine runs,
      > starts sporatically the ecu can judge from the
      > 'last
      > signal picked up' which makes diagnosis a little
      > trickier. One of these will cost about $100.00
      > American.
      > --- Kay Khendrick <kala2715@...> wrote:
      >
      > > Hey guys I'm having some problems with my 85
      > 528e my
      > > mechanic says a I need something called a "crank
      > > sensor unit or a crank position sensor", Has
      > anyone
      > > heard of that? If so do you know of websites I
      > might
      > > find one a relatively decent price?...please get
      > > back to me!!!!!
      > >
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