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Old 06-07-2014, 05:09 AM   #21
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Did you sell it? I'm also interested but price is a bit high for a pump if 58k on it...these should b changed as a preventative maintenance item at 60k
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:57 AM   #22
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Did you sell it? I'm also interested but price is a bit high for a pump if 58k on it...these should b changed as a preventative maintenance item at 60k
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Unlike other items on the E46 M3, I do not believe the fuel pump at 60k miles is a preventative maintenance item. I know a few members with E46 M3s whose original fuel pumps are still running strong at 150k and I have another friend with an E36 M3 who has 200K on his original fuel pump. I would have put this fuel pump back in my car if I had known it was not the source of my problems, but by the time I was done fixing the problem (drivers side level sensor/siphon jet issue), i did not feel like removing and installing everything again.

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Old 06-08-2014, 09:04 PM   #23
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Unlike other items on the E46 M3, I do not believe the fuel pump at 60k miles is a preventative maintenance item. I know a few members with E46 M3s whose original fuel pumps are still running strong at 150k and I have another friend with an E36 M3 who has 200K on his original fuel pump. I would have put this fuel pump back in my car if I had known it was not the source of my problems, but by the time I was done fixing the problem (drivers side level sensor/siphon jet issue), i did not feel like removing and installing everything again.

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How did you determine you had a problem with the level sensor/siphon
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How did you determine you had a problem with the level sensor/siphon
When I removed the level sensor from the rear driver's side of the fuel tank, I noticed that the siphon jet tube was disconnected and the clip/tab that holds the siphon jet tube on the level sensor was fatigued and broken. I replaced the complete driver's side level sensor unit and my siphon jet tube clipped in and stayed connected to the level sensor with the new tab/clip. That fixed my hesitation issue when I had low fuel. Wish I would have known it was that before I order both passenger side level sensor w/pump and driver's side level sensor all to the tune of 550+ dollars
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Old 08-19-2014, 09:36 PM   #34
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Yes it is, PM sent! Fits all 2001-2006 E46 M3s
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