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P temputure sensor - 2005 BMW M3

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  • dean holford Feb 11, 2012

    were is the p sensor on a bmw m3 o5 plate ....................................................tells u how cold it is out side thanks



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Front panel bumper area ,,,if you are getting an unusually low reading its possible the sensor has fell off and all you will be looking for are a twin wire plug ,,,, the ecu assumes a default temp in the event of the sensor becoming damaged or lost due to its position

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