Knock / Ping Sensor, VDO - E46, E39, E60, E83, E53, E85

Vital sensor for engine performance. OEM replacement for BMW part #13627568422

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Price:
$64.37

This part is listed by BMW as BMW part number 13627568422 and is described as a ping or knock sensor for BMW E46, E39, E83, E53, E85 models with the M52TU, M54, or M56 6-cylinder engine.

The knock sensor (or ping sensor) is an acoustic sensor mounted to the side of the engine block. It listens for a distinctive "ping" sound when engine detonation/misfires occur. If enough misfires are detected the ECU immediately makes adjustments for one or more cylinders to avoid engine damage. A failing knock sensor will trip the check engine light and fault code.

This is an OEM knock sensor manufactured by Continental VDO - the original supplier to BMW for this part, as well as many other sensors. As the OEM it meets all of BMW's original design, fitment, and performance requirements and is TUV approved. OEM parts are the best alternative to more expensive Original BMW parts because they are virtually identical without the inflated price tag. This part has a two year warranty.

For full BMW fitment information or for assistance from one of our BMW experts, we recommend calling us at 877-639-9648.

BMW Fitments:

3 Series
E46 (99-05) > 323Ci
E46 (99-05) > 323i
E46 (99-05) > 325Ci
E46 (99-05) > 325i
E46 (99-05) > 325xi
E46 (99-05) > 328Ci
E46 (99-05) > 328i
E46 (99-05) > 330Ci
E46 (99-05) > 330i
E46 (99-05) > 330xi
5 Series
E39 (97-03) > 525i
E39 (97-03) > 528i
E39 (97-03) > 530i
5 Series
E60 / E61 (04-10) > 525i M54 (2004-2005)
E60 / E61 (04-10) > 530i M54 (2004-2005)
X3 Series
E83 X3 (04-10) > X3 2.5i M54 (2003-2005)
E83 X3 (04-10) > X3 3.0i M54 (2003-2006)
X5 Series
E53 X5 (00-06) > X5 3.0i M54
Z Series
E36/7 / E36/8 Z3 (96-02) > Z3 2.3
E36/7 / E36/8 Z3 (96-02) > Z3 2.5
E36/7 / E36/8 Z3 (96-02) > Z3 2.8
E36/7 / E36/8 Z3 (96-02) > Z3 3.0
Z Series
E85 / E86 Z4 (03-08) > Z4 2.5i M54
E85 / E86 Z4 (03-08) > Z4 3.0i M54
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