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Karlyn Direct Ignition Coil
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Karlyn W0133-1912036
Direct Ignition Coil
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Retail Price:
$31.50
Sale Price: $26.33
(14) In Stock
Part Number: W0133-1912036
Notes: When Replacing Ignition Coils it is Recommended to Closely Examine Wiring harness for Cracked or Broken Wires or Loose Connector Contact Which May Cause a Poor Connection Resulting in Intermittent Misfires. - Failed or Burned Up VW/Audi Coils are Most Commonly Caused By Poor Electrical Connections, Wire Harness Breaks or Fouled Spark Plugs New Connectors Should be Replaced When replacing Ignition Coils, Especially If There Has Been More Than One Coil Failure. A Loose Connection (Caused by Engine Vibration, a Cracked Connector Housing, Cracked or Broken Wire Insulation) Can Cause a Voltage Spike Which May Not Only Destroy or Burn Up the Ignition Coil, But Also the Neighboring Coil Because the Harness Wires are Bridged Together. The OE Connectors Are Not Designed to be Repeatedly Unplugged and Re-Plugged. VAG Recommends Replacing the Connectors if There is a Chance of a Loose Connection
Detailed Notes: Includes Spark Plug Connector - New Improved Construction Design When replacing Ignition Coils it is recommended to closely examine wiring harness for cracked or broken Wires or loose connector contacts. VAG recommends replacing the connectors if there is a chance of a Loose connection.
Product Remark: w/STI-BREMI Boxes
Condition: New

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Vehicle Engine
• 2004 Volkswagen Passat 1.8L 4 Cyl 

Beru Direct Ignition Coil
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Retail Price:
$35.89
Sale Price: $32.33
(>25) In Stock
Part Number: W0133-1912036
Notes: When Replacing Ignition Coils it is Recommended to Closely Examine Wiring harness for Cracked or Broken Wires or Loose Connector Contact Which May Cause a Poor Connection Resulting in Intermittent Misfires. - Failed or Burned Up VW/Audi Coils are Most Commonly Caused By Poor Electrical Connections, Wire Harness Breaks or Fouled Spark Plugs New Connectors Should be Replaced When replacing Ignition Coils, Especially If There Has Been More Than One Coil Failure. A Loose Connection (Caused by Engine Vibration, a Cracked Connector Housing, Cracked or Broken Wire Insulation) Can Cause a Voltage Spike Which May Not Only Destroy or Burn Up the Ignition Coil, But Also the Neighboring Coil Because the Harness Wires are Bridged Together. The OE Connectors Are Not Designed to be Repeatedly Unplugged and Re-Plugged. VAG Recommends Replacing the Connectors if There is a Chance of a Loose Connection
Condition: New

Shipping Options:
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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: A
Vehicle Engine
• 2004 Volkswagen Passat 1.8L 4 Cyl 

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