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I have a few bits which are redundant now that I have sold my M5, please see below. Let me know if interested and I'll work out postage costs.

 

Genuine used Bosch MAF's (part no. 0280 217 533). Working very well when removed, £35 each / £60 pair.

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K&N Air Filters x2. Excellent condition (E39 M5 fitment part no. 33 2142). Sold.

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Nearside Kidney Grille. Excellent condition, chrome surround and fins. £25 posted. Offside (driver's) sold.

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Nearside rear sill cover. Has been repaired so no guarantee of longevity but looks tidy. £10 posted.

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Updated sold items/prices.

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Can I get the calliper rebuild kit please?

Whereabouts are you?

Thanks
NF aka Deepan


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Hi Deepan, yes no problem. I'm in Lincoln.


Ah, I'm by Heathrow.

Can you let me know what the total cost is please, including postage? I'll pm you my address.

PayPal OK? I'll add extra to cover fees for goods&services.

Cheers.
NF aka Deepan.


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On 02/03/2019 at 20:54, Vee said:

Hi Deepan, yes no problem. I'm in Lincoln.

 

 

Sent you PM.

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@Vee i think @e34m525i is interested in the Bruyere Club trim. He sent me a PM that i think was meant for you. 

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On 01/04/2019 at 22:31, wolfman said:

Is the peak code reader good,  and how do you use the code reader too . I just bought another e39 so this could come in handy

I found the Peake excellent. Really easy to use, ignition on and then hit the 'read code' button. It then lists codes that it finds and you use the table to see a description. It was well regarded by the E39 guys when I got it, fits in the glove box really easily too because it's so small.

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On 03/04/2019 at 02:47, E39Man said:

Could be interested in the headlights and one of the Mafs. 

If you're interested drop me a pm if you like.

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On 08/04/2019 at 18:34, Vee said:

I found the Peake excellent. Really easy to use, ignition on and then hit the 'read code' button. It then lists codes that it finds and you use the table to see a description. It was well regarded by the E39 guys when I got it, fits in the glove box really easily too because it's so small.

Can you reset the service lights and eml with it?.

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3 hours ago, wolfman said:

Can you reset the service lights and eml with it?.

Wolfman, I never used it to reset service lights so can't say for sure, but the manual suggests that it resets oil and inspection service lights. I googled a link for you....

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.peakeresearch.com/manuals/FCX3-manual%201.0%20NA.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwimrvu7icbhAhV4URUIHX7cBAMQFjAHegQIBRAF&usg=AOvVaw07rl_8Ykg89M7dRTucnCok&cshid=1554918156421

As I said it's a great, easy to use code reader. 

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11 hours ago, Vee said:

Sold items/prices updated.

 

Hi mate,

 

How come you didn't fit the parking sensor in the end? If you think it might solve the constant beep when in reverse, I might give it a shot.

 

Ta!

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I can't remember to be honest mate! I did buy a spare bumper when I bought the car and did use spares from that over the course of time, it was probably left over. If you put your ear to the sensors you'll hear them clicking, if you can't the sensor is dead. 

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20 hours ago, Vee said:

I can't remember to be honest mate! I did buy a spare bumper when I bought the car and did use spares from that over the course of time, it was probably left over. If you put your ear to the sensors you'll hear them clicking, if you can't the sensor is dead. 

 

Ah OK. I think the constant beep when first putting into reverse might be the 'fault' beep having had a quick read. I'll take a listen this weekend and get back to you if I suspect a faulty sensor :D

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21 hours ago, Vee said:

I can't remember to be honest mate! I did buy a spare bumper when I bought the car and did use spares from that over the course of time, it was probably left over. If you put your ear to the sensors you'll hear them clicking, if you can't the sensor is dead. 

 

41 minutes ago, Rhysy123 said:

 

Ah OK. I think the constant beep when first putting into reverse might be the 'fault' beep having had a quick read. I'll take a listen this weekend and get back to you if I suspect a faulty sensor :D

 

Just checked. I'll take the sensor as one not ticking. It's one of the central ones which sounds much trickier to replace though (typical). PMd.

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On 08/08/2019 at 20:52, Rhysy123 said:

 

 

Just checked. I'll take the sensor as one not ticking. It's one of the central ones which sounds much trickier to replace though (typical). PMd.

Yes, maybe that was why I never got it done! 

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