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Audi A4 coil wires

My coil wires are no longer working propertly. I need to buy new one or used ones but I can not find a place where I can buy them? At the dealer wires are really expensive. I need help??

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As you probably know, the coils are attached directly to the spark plugs, not sure of the dealer price, but autozone lists them at $29.99 each for 4cyl A4, which I imagine should be much cheaper than the dealer. Let me know what the dealer price was.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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