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Golf mk4 ignition wiring

Golf mk4 1.8T DBW-AUM

i need to replace the ignition harness for the coilpacks on my car but it requires to tie this in with the main harness, where can i find diagrams for this?

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941-50 or -500 (not sure if it is 50 of 500)
927-00
971-81
971-80.

You'll need to get the following wiring loom schemmatics (for the AUM 1.8Litre 150bhp, Turbo, 5spd Manual Engine) to figure out the correct sequence of events.

Make sure that you give your chassis number to the dealer first of all to ensure you have the correct diagrams as those supplied by me may not be chassis specific for your car.

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Bren

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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