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#1 (permalink) Old 05-18-2005, 07:06 PM
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If there's already a thread along these lines excuse the new one, but...

I'm looking to replace my O2 sensor in my '87 325 and want to make sure I pick up the right one off eBay. If anyone would be so kind as to help me out with this that would be great. Also, is there such a repair guide or CD-Rom that lists part numbers. I remember seeing a thread here were someone mentioned they pulled a part number off an ETK guide...?

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Nevermind, found realoem.com.

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Yeah,dont buy the ebay O2 sensor,its universal fake.I know I checked on that.

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Cool, thanks for the heads up. Some of them are presented as Bosch, but yeah, who knows...

Turns out a coworker of mine has a buddy that works the parts desk at a local BMW dealership. I just need to find the part numbers, and he'll get me the "buddy price."

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visit bmpdesign.com or bavauto.com and look for the part that you need. it will typically give the BMW part number along with it.

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http://www.realoem.com/bmw/select.do?vin=&...&trans=M&arch=0

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Yeah,dont buy the ebay O2 sensor,its universal fake.I know I checked on that.
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