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Talking 1998 750il MAF SENSORS (LOCATION)

I was wondering if replacing the MAF sensors was a job for a Professional BMW Mechanic. Also is there any resets or programing when replacing them. Oh yeah I have not looked yet but where are the located.

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V12, eh?

Simple to replace. Just make sure you install it in the same direction... You have two in your car. They are located between the air filter box and the block. Do you see those big hoses on each side , on the near side? One sensor is facing inwards while the other outwards? Those round things...

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Well my friend, this pic will do for now even though it's an M5 but it's the same concept!
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