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Originally posted this in the E90 technical forum but realised experience with any model would probably work for me!

320i E92 has been running pretty well since it was recalled and I got all of the freebies, but I'm still throwing a Low Pressure Fuel Sensor code, and with 90k on the clock it's probably also time to swap out the Vanos solenoids.

It's in for a service next week, might get the mechanic to replace these while he's at it. Has anyone tried the ones you can find on eBay? £38 for a pair of vanos solenoids and £20 for a LPFS seems ridiculously cheap, but if they work they work!

Any experiences?

Ciaran

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2x-Engine-Vanos-Camshaft-Solenoid-Valve-For-BMW-1-3-5-E90-E91-N43-11367561264/153021541983?hash=item23a0cb6e5f:g:wJ8AAOSwzINa-V1D:rk:28:pf:0

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Low-Pressure-Fuel-Injection-Pipe-Sensor-For-BMW-1-3-5-6-7-SERIES-X3-X5-X6/183306900314?fits=Car+Make:BMW&hash=item2aadf1535a:g:QAwAAOSwSixbPKOt
 

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I'd definitely give them a go. They seem ridiculously cheap, but that's only when you compare them to the rip off prices BMW would charge you.

On the other hand, I like to go by the old adage, 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it.'

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