A common source of performance issues on N54 powered BMW's and early production N55 engines, includes o-ring p/n 13517571363 along with intake manifold gasket set and throttle body gasket for complete installation
High pressure fuel pumps, or more simply HPFP's, are a common trouble item on N54 powered BMW's. A failed HPFP can cause your car to go into limp mode or in extreme cases will leave you stranded on the side of the road. BMW has redesigned and re-engineered this part multiple times due to reliability concerns. This is the most up to date version of this fuel pump.
This kit includes the required parts needed in order to install the high pressure fuel pump as removal of the throttle body and intake manifold are required to gain access to the high pressure pump mounted to the engine block.
Please note: The throttle body gasket in this kit is dependent upon the throttle body installed in your BMW at the present. The throttle body must have throttle body p/n 13547556118 with revision index 03 or throttle body p/n 13547556119 with revision index 05 on it for the throttle body gasket to fit and seal properly. This is most relevant for vehicles built around a production date of 10/2009.
BMW N54/N55 High Pressure Fuel Pump Kit - Failure Symptoms, Replacement, and Product Review
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