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    I'm in the middle of doing an e36 M50 2.5 engine swap at the moment and I can't find the wire for the MAF sensor. I fear that someone (probably me) has trapped this or pulled/cut it off by mistake. Does anyone know where this wire starts so that I can try to find it. Ideally I'd like a picture of the plug which goes into the MAF sensor and then more pictures tracing that wire back into the loom.
     
     

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    Also if anyone knows the name/type and/or part number for the plug that would be helpful if it turns out I need one.
    Cheers.
     
     

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    Your best bet would be to pop round some breakers, and grab it for a fiver, and you'll also be able to see where abouts it heads to.

    The plug for BMW would need to have all the pins crimped and fitted.
     
     

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