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I have a 99 BMW ROADSTER and I have changed

I have a 99 BMW M ROADSTER 3.2 engine and I have changed everything that I can think of. But This car will stall on me driving or sitting at idle. I can turn the car off and then crank it right back up. I have replaced the O2 Sensor and the Crank Sensor. Now I have MAS AIR FLOW code and O2 Sensor code. PLEASE HELP!!

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If there is a code for the Air Mass Sensor I would recommend replacing it. Also a common problem is the intake cam sensor going bad and not giving a fault but will cause the car to stall.

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