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      01-14-2020, 09:30 AM   #1
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Any help on where to get pad sensors for my 2015 X5 50i??
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https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...x6-34356854168
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Anything cheaper then 24$ per sensor
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Depends how much time you're willing to spend to find them somewhere for $22 per sensor...
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Any help on where to get pad sensors for my 2015 X5 50i??
Look up the 11 digit BMW part nbr in one of the online part database sites...then simply type BMW xx xx x xxx xxx (where x= the actual BMW part nbr) into a google/internet search box. You'll be presented with pages of vendors selling the part you're looking for. You'll just need to make a decision as to whom you want to purchase them from and for how much.

Don't forget to check the parts department of your local BMW dealership. Once you have the correct part nbr...you can call them, give them the number, and ask for a price quote. Sometimes they will also match what you've found online...or sometimes their prices can be competitive on common parts. If you are not familiar with any of the major online part database sites...here's 3 of my favs below. Just type in the last 7 digits of your VIN and the sites will list the parts specific for your VIN (make/model/build date/etc) and help you not end up with parts that may have changed during production etc:
  1. https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/select
  2. https://bimmercat.com/
  3. http://bmwfans.info/parts-catalog/
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Do I only need 2 or 4
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Any help on where to get pad sensors for my 2015 X5 50i??
Look up the 11 digit BMW part nbr in one of the online part database sites...then simply type BMW xx xx x xxx xxx (where x= the actual BMW part nbr) into a google/internet search box. You'll be presented with pages of vendors selling the part you're looking for. You'll just need to make a decision as to whom you want to purchase them from and for how much.

Don't forget to check the parts department of your local BMW dealership. Once you have the correct part nbr...you can call them, give them the number, and ask for a price quote. Sometimes they will also match what you've found online...or sometimes their prices can be competitive on common parts. If you are not familiar with any of the major online part database sites...here's 3 of my favs below. Just type in the last 7 digits of your VIN and the sites will list the parts specific for your VIN (make/model/build date/etc) and help you not end up with parts that may have changed during production etc:
  1. https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/select
  2. https://bimmercat.com/
  3. http://bmwfans.info/parts-catalog/
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Any help on where to get pad sensors for my 2015 X5 50i??
Look up the 11 digit BMW part nbr in one of the online part database sites...then simply type BMW xx xx x xxx xxx (where x= the actual BMW part nbr) into a google/internet search box. You'll be presented with pages of vendors selling the part you're looking for. You'll just need to make a decision as to whom you want to purchase them from and for how much.

Don't forget to check the parts department of your local BMW dealership. Once you have the correct part nbr...you can call them, give them the number, and ask for a price quote. Sometimes they will also match what you've found online...or sometimes their prices can be competitive on common parts. If you are not familiar with any of the major online part database sites...here's 3 of my favs below. Just type in the last 7 digits of your VIN and the sites will list the parts specific for your VIN (make/model/build date/etc) and help you not end up with parts that may have changed during production etc:
  1. https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/select
  2. https://bimmercat.com/
  3. http://bmwfans.info/parts-catalog/
Do I need 2 or 4?
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Do I need 2 or 4?
That question is answered if you look up the part nbr using one of the 3 links that were provided. There's multiple columns that give supplemental info...one of those is QTY (quantity).

Front brake sensor is #12 in the screen grab diagram below (from realoem.com) and in the part nbr index below the diagram it also tells you the location of the front sensor.
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