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Coil packs

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by rusty s3, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. rusty s3
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    my cars been sat for a while but got to take it out today .every thing was fine untill i got a constant misfire.think its a coil pack gone? how much are they and as ones gone is it worth changeing them all? the cars a 2001 210bhp with 49k.thanks
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    you can change them all to be safe,thirty quid is the norm each
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    cheers mate.
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    Andrew@A.L.D May add NOS to 600+bhp?

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    coil packs for a 210bhp S3 are £27.91+VAT = £32.09 each form Audi part number M A06B 905 115 E

    Euro car parts sell them but i don't know how reliable they are?
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    i had the same and replaced an individual one, and another as a spare and had no more problems yet, but im expecting more to go soon !
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    I had two go on mine last month. Im not a mechanic but managed to change all four myself saving on labour charges. I had it serviced last wk at midland vw and was informed it is always best to change them all to be on the safe side.
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    Dont buy the copies, buy the genuine ones. The pattern ones are known not to be as hard wearing.
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    thanks for the replys guys i'll go to the dealers tommorow.
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    Nilz Defo worth the wait :)

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    Main dealer ones, are the only ones to use really, get all four and swap...jobs a good un :)
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    gsf do genuine ones but are only 50p cheaper than the dealers iirc
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    I had one go on my LCR and the next week another went. I'd recommend changing all 4 to be on the safe side and ask to keep the one's that haven't gone as spares in the boot just incase any of the go again.
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