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Old 03-18-2009, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Intake boots, and lean P0171 P0174 codes

I am chasing a SES light with lean codes. It is off (for now) after I replaced the MAF sensor.
I read a lot of 3-Series owners fixing that problem by replacing intake boot tears esp at the Y area. I don't have any whistling air leak sounds that I can hear, and the boots look good far as I can tell without taking them off.
My question is are 5-series intake boots as common a problem as the 3-series?
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Yes These Intake Boots Are A Problem On The 5 Series ( E39 ) , Also On The X5. I Already Replaced Them Both. The Dealer Keeps Them In Stock.
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MAF sensor seems to have been the problem. SES lgiht has not reappeared in 300+ miles. Thanks all!
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