BMW Valvetronic Sensor Faults 2a67 and 2a63 Causing Stalling Misfires and Rough Running

This is a problem I have seen on many BMW's. This applies to all vehicles with valvetronic especially on the N46, N51, N52, and N52K engines. In this video I go over what to check on the N46 Engine and what the common cause of this problem is attributed to.

published:2012-12-18T15:04:39.000Z

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BMW Valvetronic Variable Valve Lift

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ADPTraining  published:2012-02-02T07:28:20.000Z

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John B  published:2013-05-31T17:24:25.000Z

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