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#1 (permalink) Old 03-15-2006, 08:46 AM
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What sensor am I missing?

It's the round sensor that goes in the right brakeduct.

I know the left one is the outside temp sensor, but the right one used:

Check control doesn't give any faults, car runs fine, nothing abnormal. Just seem to be missing that..

Colleague of mine also has it on here E46 320d, same place, same sensor, also unknown.

Dealer doesn't know (!!)

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I don't believe you are missing one... I thought that both ducts have the spot for the sensor because the side that the sensor is on changes depending on whcih side of the big puddle ou are on.
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Here's an old thread that was discussed. Closer to the bottom of the thread the sensors located on each side are defined.

http://www.bimmerwerkz.com/forum/3-s...res-39538.html

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That's the one

In that topic the first pics, that's the sensor. e36surge, you're my hero!

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