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NGK Plugs part number and fitting

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by keendean, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. keendean
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    [Jan 3, 2008]
    First off is this the part number NGK BKR7E? (2001 S3)
    Also, are they easy to fit without breaking the coil packs?

    Thanks
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    Not sure about the part number, but the plugs are really easy to fit.

    Just pop of the plastic engine cover, just twist the little plastic screws quarter of a turn and then you can pull the cover off.

    Depending on which coil packs you have they either just pull off (like mine) or the older style ones have 2 allen key bolts holding them in.

    The plugs then unscrew easily with a spark plug tool.

    When putting the new plugs in its best to push the plug into a bit off rubber hose and then screw them into the hole and make them finger tight, then use the spark plug tool to tighten them. By using the hose it stops you accidently cross threading the plugs in the block!
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    [Jan 3, 2008]
    If you go on the NGK Part Code and search under the Audi TT it brings up the correct part code. Some people on here use the same plugs that are in the RS4
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    [Jan 4, 2008]
    Any ideas on the part number? Want to get a set ordered :)
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    [Jan 4, 2008]
    Sorry mate I meant go on the NGK website and do the search and you'll find the info there.
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    [Jan 4, 2008]
    The part number is PFR6Q stock code 6458. About 25quid for a set roughly.
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