Hello Scotty, I have a 2004 BMW 325i, my dream car. As it’s getting older, there’re some issues of concern. And as most women, I’ve got no clue what’s going on. I took it to a garage to read the codes on the dash and they told me camshafts sensor exhaust, intake and camshaft sensor. The estimate was over $1,000. My question is how dangerous is to drive the car with these sensor issues and are those sensors so expensive? Each is $299 according to the estimate. Thank you so much!!!! Katia

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katiaghen1
katiaghen1

Thank you so much for your response! It’s time for me to move on..it’s WAS a dream car ;)

Techsus
Techsus

Yes, the BMW ''is" a Dream Machine until the dream ends and turns into a Nightmare. Plastic parts that break down as the car ages-- it's 16-yrs.-old! Nightmare labor costs. Nightmare cost of replacement parts. You can wake up from this nightmare by ditching it. Buy a used 2015 or older Lexus. Back to "Sweet Dreams." Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMgcxO8FvtE