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2001 bmw roadster where is the cmp sensor? and 02 sensor?

Car cuts off going down road. Won't start again for about 3 hours. Its like it has run out of gas but doesn't sputter

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There are two o2 sensors on the vehicle one in the exhaust manifold right off the cylinder head and one in the exhaust pipe after the catalytic converter. I'm unaware of the cmp sensor?

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