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Old 26th April 2013, 20:54   #1
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FS: MAFs, Ignition Switch, Fuel Pump Relay

I recently had an issue with my M5 randomly stalling so I replaced all the following parts trying to fix it. Turned out it was just a loose positive battery cable in the trunk

Therefore I have the following parts for sale, all in good working condition.

(2) OEM MAF Sensors - $75 shipped
OEM Ignition switch - $25 shipped
OEM Fuel Pump (EKP) Module - $25 shipped

Please reply to this thread if interested or PM me your email address (since I can't PM yet).

Thanks!

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Old 27th April 2013, 06:30   #2
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If the MAFs are new, I'll take them.
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Old 27th April 2013, 06:49   #3
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If the MAFs are new, I'll take them.
Not new, they were removed from my car in good condition.
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Old 28th April 2013, 04:11   #4
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Thanks for clarification. GLWS!
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I'll take the MAF sensors. Will PM shortly.
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Hey! Im cleaning my MAFs later to see if there's a difference in performance, feels a little sluggish. if i don't see an improvement then i will deff get these. i'm local as well. (the guy that follows you on instagram - el_mehalawy)
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I'll take the MAF sensors. Will PM shortly.
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Hey! Im cleaning my MAFs later to see if there's a difference in performance, feels a little sluggish. if i don't see an improvement then i will deff get these. i'm local as well. (the guy that follows you on instagram - el_mehalawy)
So glad to see you finally got your M5!!! Happy to help if you need anything!
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So glad to see you finally got your M5!!! Happy to help if you need anything!
Thanks man! yeah im taking the car to RRT :: BMW Service, Performance and Racing to get it checked out and make sure everything is up to par, just havent had a chance to take it in. The car runs and drives great under normal daily driving, but when you get on it under full throttle, it has some hiccups. i have test driven M5s before, Even yours at Audi of Tyson's before you swept it from under my feet!!! and they mostly felt the same, but then again you cant really get on it as hard as you want during a test drive. Ill let you know how it turns out.
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