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Old 08-03-2007, 10:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Replacing Air Mass Boot Sensor in X5...HELP

Ok guys, recently my air mass boot sensor cracked in my X5, and i have a problem, there is something in the way of replacing it:



What is that box, and how would i go about removing it?

Also the boot looks like this:



Where that quarter is, that is what happened to mine. Is there ANY way or ANYthing i can put to seal it up to drive it to work tomorrow, I will be replacing the boot after work once I find out how to remove that thing, but I have no other way of transportation to work tomorrow, and the boot being cracked is the problem. I need a temporary solution to patch that up so please help me! Thanks
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Old 05-15-2008, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow, dead forum around here. Anyways, for anyone who finds this thread in the future... that little black box can be removed with a socket wrench, no harm done as long as you put it back in place. I had to remove the lower air duct on my '00 328i (same layout) with a razer blade, then removed the hose clamp, then installed the new duct with new hose clamps. It's really quite a simple job.
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okay i just did mine. the box you speak of is eally not in the way. the boot is a bitch to replace. especially the small hose that goes to your icv. i'm interestd to know if that solves all your issues. replacing mine helped but i still have a rough idle issue. a 6mm box wrench was the only thing i was able to fit in the space to tighten the clamp. good luck
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