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Old 01-28-2005, 04:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi , Can someone please help me , i have a 1999 318I , the problem i have is that the second sensor probe along from the engine on the exhaust, its the one with the wires about 2 foot long, has lost its connectors , i'm just left with the wires on the loom and the ones on the sensor , what i want to know is what colours match up as the ones on the loom are a different colour to the ones on the sensor , i plan just to solder them together , i would be most greatful if someone out there could help me out . steve
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is this the lamda sensor???? that you are on about,,,,,,actually screwed into the exhaust?? just past the manifold??
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I'd recommend buying a new sensor which will come with the connector instead of trying to solder wires and have to cut into the factory harness.

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hi , yes thats the one , its the last sencor on the exhaust pipe , it has 4 wires going to it , steve
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ok,,,i have a 2000 318 ci,,,so i will look at my sensor and then let you know,,,but it is wet outside now,,so give me a day or so,,,,will get back by the weekend
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sorry mate,,i cant get in there to see,,to cramped,,,,

but at least you know what it is now,,so maybe ask the dealer,,,wiring diagram???
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i have also looked in my haynes manual,,and on my cd-rom from bmw,,,and i cant find a wiring diagram

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