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BMW Switch and Sensor Parts

BMW has always put their craving for excellence and existing designs at the top of their priorities. Their status in the auto market has been appreciated continuously in all of their products, and even in their switch and sensor parts and components. Even though it is not common, failure in your BMW’s camshaft position sensor can bring about a number of issues, from a no-spark situation to performance problems. These position sensors are created with moving parts and are open to failure, although most vehicles that have them will not see any problems throughout the lifetime of the vehicle. Camshaft position sensors depend on a slotted wheel connected to the camshaft in order to determine the position of the camshaft while your BMW’s engine is running. The toothed wheel relies on the Hall effect, where an electric current is altered when a magnetic field is close to of a special semiconductor chip. This creates a digital signal when the teeth pass by the other part of the position sensor. If you have questions about BMW’s switch and sensor parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are put in place for your assistance.

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A faulty camshaft position sensor in your BMW can be noticed through numerous warning signs. The worst symptom is that there is no spark in the combustion chamber. Other warning signs you should keep an eye out for may be things like, disproportionately long cranking times when starting cold, rough running on an erratic basis, poor idle, stumbling or hesitation, a drop in mileage, or stalling when starting to accelerate. These position sensor warning signs may also be brought on by a failure in your BMW’s wiring of the sensor. Most modern BMW ignitions are produced without a distributor. Some of these use the signal from the camshaft position sensor to control your ignition timing. Without a correctly working camshaft position sensor, your BMW’s engine will not be able to run properly, even if the engine is made to run using the signal from the crankshaft position sensor as a standby. Your BMW’s camshaft position sensor directs a signal to your ignition module or the electronic control module; whichever computer is accountable for telling the coils when to fire. This signal moves data to where the camshaft is, which is where each piston is. This data is vital, because an engine can only run properly if the spark plugs fire near the top of the compression stroke. Your BMW’s computer would be unable to correct the ignition timing to counteract driving conditions without that report. FCP Euro's well-read and expert call center team is reachable to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are uncertain or need input about which switch and sensor part or component is essential for your BMW, FCP has a large line up for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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