Question about 1997 BMW 318
No that is your oxygen sensor (O2 sensor) it's is placed on your exhaust system after the Catalytic converter. If you have a hoist to get under the car, you can replace the O2 sensor your self. If not you can buy the O2 sensor at Auto Zone or any other parts store like Parts Source and have a muffler shop install it for around $65.00 if not less since it's going to take about 15 min to replace. Good luck and hope this helps. You can take it to the dealer but that's going cost much more then the muffler shop.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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