2004 E46 330D 204bhp - MAP-sensor pins?

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  1. 2004 E46 330D 204bhp - MAP-sensor pins? 
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    Really hope someone in here is able to help me - I'm in desperate need.

    I've bought an MAP-sensor off an 2004/2005 E46 330D 204bhp for use as an upgrade on my peugeot.

    But, so far I havn't been able to find any pin-out for the sensor. It's a 3-pin connector (but, no prb. I'll solder wires onto it) and there is GND, +5v and signal - but which is which...

    My stupid ass local BMW-dealer is apperantly too upperclass (or at least just unvilling) to help me out with which pin is which...

    So, as said before - I really hope someone in here can tell me which pin is which.


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    The centre pin is usually the signal wire on MAP sensors. Pins either side are voltage and ground pins...can you post up a pic of the sensor your have?

    For benefit of others, the MAP sensor is the manifold absolute pressure sensor.
     
     

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    Have been investigating some now.

    Part.no. of the sensor i have is 13627792260-01

    A freind of mine have an old knackered one laying from a X5 3.0d 218bhp but that is an older bosch-type of connection (the new one is like VW-connectors) and for that we have the wiring-diagram, saying pin.1 +5v, pin2 gnd, pin3 signal.

    It's impossible to measure through the sensor because of diodes... - i think :-)

    Would you guess like me that they would be the same pin-layout? Or, anyone know better than me?

    Help would be much appreciated! :-)
     
     

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    Found someone able to help. On mine it was 1 - signal 2 - gnd - 3 - +5v. He also said the only difference he could see on all bmw-mapsensors was on some +5v and signal was switched, so if anyone in doubt just try that out :-)
     
     

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    Keep us updated on your progress dyne . I'd like to know if this works on a different car
     
     

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    i cant see why it wouldnt. If VAG mafs's and mercedes work on the BMW then i suppose there should be no reason for BMW's not to work on other cars. I guess ultimately it depends on how the ECU interprets the signal received from them?
     
     

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