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  1. 1995 e36 325i induction kit help 
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    hi fitted induction kit from chasman today
    looks and sounds great.
    however where or what am i suppposed to do with the air sensor from standard air box?
    any help please or have i missed something
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    You need to position it before the throttle body. Most people seem to drill a hole in the intake boot and position it there.
     
     

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    http://www.activeautowerke.com/pdf/product34.pdf
    just found this and they say attach it to alternator body?
    what do you think
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    can ya show the intake pipe ya on about on this engine?
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    my engine is different its an m50
    the part im on about is out of the filter box and has 2 pipes connected and has a brass style sensor on the end of it , if that helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by extremewheels View Post
    my engine is different its an m50
    the part im on about is out of the filter box and has 2 pipes connected and has a brass style sensor on the end of it , if that helps
    Its the intake air temp sensor. I drilled a hole in my heatshield and bolted it to that so its not picking up too hot air from the engine bay.
    Ive not got a car with me today, but I will get a picture when I get home....
     
     

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