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Replacement temperature sensor

I have a 2004  BMW Model 330 ci. I slightly damaged the lowest part of the left front bumper. As a  result I have lost the air temperature sensor which is mounted in that location..I have also damaged the connector  to the sensor.I believe the sensor  part number is WO133-1618918. I do not know part number for connector and how these are to be mounted..

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Re: replacement temperature sensor

To the best of my memory, the connector is part of the front chassis wiring harness. Believe me, you don't want to change the whole harness. I would suggest you call a few salvage yards that may possibly have a wreck they could cut the connector from the harness off of. The connectors are usually mounted by small plastic clips that insert into a hole in the bumper mount. You may be lucky enough to find the sensor, mount and piece of the harness off one car.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 29, 2007

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