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Bmw E39 Gearbox Transmission Ecu 0260002360 0 260 002 360 1 422 768 1422768 on 2040-parts.com

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Сызрань, Russian Federation

Сызрань, Russian Federation
Condition:Used Brand:BMW Warranty:90 Day Manufacturer Part Number:1 422 768 Country/Region of Manufacture:Russian Federation Interchange Part Number:0 260 002 360

Faulty engine management ECUs give rise to common problems such as no start or random stalling. They can also can cause problems with engine warning lights, idle and emission control, cold and hot start also low power and lean running. 

Some cars have a design flaw – water ingress if the drainage channels on your bonnet are blocked. This can wet and can damage the ECU. 

You are looking at the BOSCH Auto ECU off a BMW Model : -

BOSCH NUMBER: '

0 260 002 360 

1 422 768

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