BMW Air Pump Parts
- Air Pump Assembly
- Secondary Air Injection Valve
- Secondary Air Injection Air Mass Sensor
BMW Air Pump Parts
Quality has always been a significant part of the BMW brand, which has put them at the top of the market ever since they created their first automobile. BMW is now one of the top contenders and a part of the German big three. Their products stand out from the pack, even in their air pump sensor parts and components. Your BMW air pump operates for a short time when you start your vehicle to bring in air to your emissions. While a faulty air pump may not have a negative impact on the overall performance of your BMW, it does have a negative effect on the emissions your vehicle pumps out. Bad emissions results in more air pollution. In order to cut down on the amount of pollution your BMW pumps out, you should know and recognize the symptoms of a faulty air pump. One of the first things you should do is observe your BMW for any sign of hesitation when you speed up. This can at times highlight an issue with the air pump. Keep an ear out for any unusual noises, especially from under your BMW near the exhaust pipe. A faulty air pump can make a howling noise. In addition, pay attention when you start the vehicle up. You should hear a faint vacuum cleaner like noise for about 30 seconds as your air pump is working. The lack of this sound can indicate that the pump is not working. FCP Euro has a wide variety of BMW air pump parts and components, including a massive selection of parts for the BMW brand.
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Keep an eye out for your check engine light. In BMW’s that have OBD-II, the check engine light is an indicator of one of many issues with your vehicle that may have nothing to do with your engine. Plug in an OBD-II decoder to inspect the error code for the check engine light. The outlet for this decoder should be found below the dashboard near the steering wheel or behind your ashtray. It should be found pretty easily. Read the code from the decoder and if it reads P0410, this will indicate that the issue is with your air pump. Bring your vehicle to the closest emissions testing location to have your vehicle's emissions checked. If your BMW tests for a high level of carbon monoxide, the air pump is not working correctly and must be fixed. All vehicle years from 2008 and over contain OBD-II connectors. Some BMW’s from all the way back to 1994 also have these connectors. FCP Euro's competent and skilled call center team is continuously nearby and ready to help out with any support or questions you have. If you are in need of advice in order to find out which air pump part works best in your BMWs, FCP has a wide assortment for the BMW brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.