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Replacement
Variable Timing Solenoid

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$49.49
$154.74Save: $105.25(68%)
Manufacturer #SET-REPB380801-2
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Part
Brand
Location
Replaces OE Number
Variable Timing Solenoid
Replacement
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Notes:
4.7 in. overall length; 1 in. overall width; 2.5 in. overall height
Components:
(2) Variable Timing Solenoid
Configuration:
2-Prong Blade Male Terminal, 1 Female Connector
Quantity Sold:
Set of 2
Warranty:
1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
Prop 65 Warning:

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemical which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Interchange Part Number:
917241, 11367585425
Replaces OE Number:
11367585425
Returns Policy:
60-Day Return Policy

Vehicle Fitment Information

Vehicle Name
Submodel
Engine
Fitment Information
2006 BMW 325i
Base
6 Cyl 3.0L
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2006 BMW 325xi
Base
6 Cyl 3.0L
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2006 BMW 330i
Base
6 Cyl 3.0L
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2006 BMW 330xi
Base
6 Cyl 3.0L
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2006-2007 BMW 525i
Base
6 Cyl 3.0L
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Product Information

Manufactured from top quality components, this is your best option and inexpensive replacement for your rebuild, repair, and maintenance needs - an OE replacement product for your damaged or aged factory part.

Replacement - the most affordable brand name for replacement parts that you need! Replacement is a professional brand for autobody, lighting parts, electrical, brake, suspension, intake and exhaust, and cooling and heating products. All Replacement brands include 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.

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Product Q&A

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How do I know which is intake and which is exhaust?? Just bought this pair.Robnava1012Jul 05, 2021
Best Answer:Hi Rob, I'm glad to help you out. These are both for the intake side. We have a sale on coolant/antifreeze. To get one for your vehicle, click this link: <a href="https://www.carparts.com/search?q=coolant&can=CPAP3648" target="_blank">https://www.carparts.com/search?q=coolant&can=CPAP3648</a> I hope this helps. Thank you for shopping with us.
Aldrin P.STAFFJul 05, 2021
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I've been receiving a two fault codes saying p0012 (main one) and p0700  and when I'm going at high speed or just slowing down at a stop sign my car would lose power or my rpm would fluctuate and it would sometimes go into limp mode. I was wondering if this would be the cause in my situation. It's a 2006 530i and I'm the second owner who bought it around 60k. Ive never replaced them and am not aware of it being serviced before, but wanted to ask before buying and wasting money on it if it isn't or wouldn't cause these codes or issues typicaly. Any advice?ChrisApr 07, 2022
Best Answer:Hi Chris, I'm pleased to assist you. No, this solenoid is not the solution to the problem of your 2006 BMW 530i Base 6 Cyl 3.0L. Check engine light code P0012 means intake camshaft position timing solenoid is faulty. The P0700 code indicates that there's a malfunction with your vehicle's Transmission Control Module (TCM). We currently do not have in stock the Transmission Control Module (TCM). I suggest replacing the camshaft and crankshaft position sensors which you can check using the link below. It is at 15% off the regular price while supplies last. I hope this is helpful. Enjoy shopping at <a href="http://Carparts.com!" target="_blank">Carparts.com!</a> <a href="https://www.carparts.com/details/BMW/530i/Replacement/Camshaft_Position_Sensor/2006/Base/6_Cyl_3-dot-0L/KIT1-081618-38-B.html?can=CPGG4850_20220407" target="_blank">https://www.carparts.com/details/BMW/530i/Replacement/Camshaft_Position_Sensor/2006/Base/6_Cyl_3-dot-0L/KIT1-081618-38-B.html?can=CPGG4850_20220407</a>
Grace G.STAFFApr 07, 2022
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Hi, my 2011 bmw x3 28i has the engine light on for the following two codes:  131508 Variable Camshaft timing Control (VANOS), intake, cold start, not controllable.        And      130108 VANOS, Inlet: control fault, position not reached.  * When I took it to bmw they gave me these two codes and a broad estimate of needing "vanos inlet gear". They won't say a part without me paying them over $1000 for their diagnoses scam they run. Please tell me what part(s) I need to buy to get this check engine light off/codes off? I asked for advise from the "advisor" person at bmw and told them my inspection sticker was expiring very soon so I need to get this engine light off and they said Id have to get it diagnosed right away and then they said it would be an even higher cost diagnoses then originally stated. There trying to take advantage of my situation. Please tell me what parts you think I need and I'm going to take them to a good mechanic I know to installKayley P.Jun 26, 2022
Best Answer:Hello! I suspect the intake vanos unit itself needs to be replaced. It is fairly common for the bolts to break. The $1000 is probably the price to R&R the valve cover, to verify the issue. Make sure whatever mechanic you go to has the proper tools for setting the cam timing!
Mitchell D.STAFFJun 27, 2022
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Hi I bought this set of two. Which one is the exhaust and which the intake?mario g.Jan 27, 2022
Best Answer:Hi Mario, I'm pleased to assist you. They are both the same parts. You can use these for the exhaust and the intake. Thank you for your purchase. Have a good one.
Grace G.STAFFJan 27, 2022
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Is this set for intake and exhaust sides?  2008 bmw x3Phillip F.Aug 07, 2022
Best Answer:Hi Phillip, I'm glad to assist you. Yes, it is. If you're interested in these timing solenoids, you can click on the link below for direct ordering to take advantage of our ongoing sale and limited stocks. I hope this helps and happy shopping. <a href="https://www.carparts.com/variable-timing-solenoid/replacement/set-repb380801-2?can=CPAE1047_CSQA_20220808" target="_blank">https://www.carparts.com/variable-timing-solenoid/replacement/set-repb380801-2?can=CPAE1047_CSQA_20220808</a>
Arnel E.STAFFAug 08, 2022

Customer Reviews

Variable Timing Solenoid
VANOS solenoid BMW 335i
Great for easy replacement, especially at its price point. No problems for 1k miles.
Aric B.
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Feb 28, 2023
Variable Timing Solenoid
Vanos Solenoid worth it!
WORTH IT! This was a very good replacement! No problems at all.
Christopher R.
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Mar 24, 2023
Not sure yet got vanos error on car. Car runs worse and they don't take back electrical parts so we're going to take them out and see if we installed them was wrong maybe we'll have better luck
nellie s.
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Aug 04, 2020