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    Senior Member Three Rings PoormansA4's Avatar
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    Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

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    anyone ever done this? how hard it is? is there a DIY?

    thanks
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    wiring harness 01 1.8t
    map sensor
    stock injectors
    fuel rail
    stock FPR
    brand new front and back rotors (quattro)

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    Veteran Member Four Rings walky_talky20's Avatar
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    Re: Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

    There was a TSB for some of the VW's that had the 1.8T which included directions:

    http://www.squarewave.com/army/andre...b.97-04-02.pdf

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    Re: Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

    Just one of the coils or the whole thing?
    2001.5 A4 1.8tqms
    Pectel SQ6 ECU
    2.0 built motor w/ AEB head
    GT3071r w/ Full-Race Manifold
    725cc Injector Dynamics
    Startup Racing Contest Suspension 600/700

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    Senior Member Three Rings PoormansA4's Avatar
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    Re: Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

    O that TSB is perfect, should be somewhat close to mine, and for the whole harness not just one.

    thanks
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    wiring harness 01 1.8t
    map sensor
    stock injectors
    fuel rail
    stock FPR
    brand new front and back rotors (quattro)

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    Awaiting Confirmation Two Rings
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    Re: Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

    Depending on which harness you use, its not too difficult. I used the ECS piece and although it took most of the day the job itself was quite easy, just time consuming. The ECS harness is not a direct fit so I had to splice into 4 wires.

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    Senior Member Three Rings PoormansA4's Avatar
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    Re: Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

    where did you see it on ecs I couldnt find it, was just gonna go to the stealership its like 55$
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    wiring harness 01 1.8t
    map sensor
    stock injectors
    fuel rail
    stock FPR
    brand new front and back rotors (quattro)

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    Senior Member Three Rings PoormansA4's Avatar
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    Re: Coil Pack Wiring Harness Replacement, 1.8T

    There is a coil pack harness available for the MKIV GTI, Jetta and TT but unfortunately not for the B5 1.8T. You may be able to use the MKIV harness and cut and splice to repair what you need. I do have this harness in stock. The part number is 1J0971658L and the price is $55.72.
    so this is what the stealership tells me, guess im gonna have to do some project
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    wiring harness 01 1.8t
    map sensor
    stock injectors
    fuel rail
    stock FPR
    brand new front and back rotors (quattro)

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    Registered Member One Ring cesar333's Avatar
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    Do you remember which 4 wires you had to splice into? I have an 05 audi A4 1.8t and hit a road block with this harness. Any help would be apprciated.

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    Registered User Four Rings
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    A bunch of the B6 1.8t owners have posted about doing the 034 replacement harness on their cars. Nice part is that after install that if you had to replace the harness again it was just plug and play.

    Poorman - I think I just saw you pulling out of a parking spot at Albertsons here in Wildomar yesterday.

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    Active Member Two Rings isco6's Avatar
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    Did you ever find the four wires to splice. Thank you for any advice.
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    Veteran Member Three Rings Crispy222's Avatar
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    This is where I got most of my reference from while I'm planning my coil pack change. Hopefully everyone will find this helpful when doing either a replacement or ICM delete.

    Audigeeks: AEB to ATW+ Coilpack Conversion (ICM Delete) Project
    Audizine Post with links for parts
    There is a huge push to goto FSI coil packs. Either from the GTI (06F XXX XXX) or A4 (07K XXX XXX). Many have found that the GTI packs are cracking on the plug tubes. The A4 ones don't have the plastic plug tube covers, so they are working out better.
    A lot of more information HERE

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    Veteran Member Three Rings Crispy222's Avatar
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    034 just came out with a complete kit for the S4 2.7t if anyone is interested

    http://www.034motorsport.com/engine-...s-p-22156.html

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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings 034Motorsport's Avatar
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    We make exactly what you are looking for.

    http://www.034motorsport.com/ignitio...l-p-19338.html


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    Veteran Member Four Rings Audi Skate Snow's Avatar
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    x10000 on the 034 kit. I installed it on my car. It looks great and easy to install. got rid of misfires as well.
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    R.I.P B6 A4!!!!!! 12/03/2005 12.63@108... stock 1.8 motor W/ GTRS.
    B6 A4 Avant, 2.0 Liter, 3071, Maestro



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