Question about 2004 Volkswagen Jetta
Im a mec licenced but have long retierd what tools is requierd to remove old ignition
Is your ignition a digital key?
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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Remove the ground battery cable from the negative terminal battery post. This prevents sparks, which can cause an fire, when metal tools make contact with the engine. Also, set your emergency brak engen.
Determine which type engine you have. The 1.8L awd 1.8L (Aww and Awp) and the 2.8L (Bdf) require slight variation in the replacement process.
Use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the engine cover in place. Then lift off the cover.
Expose the Jetta ignition coil. On a 1.8L (AWD) engine, you need to remove the recirculating valve and the secondary air inlet valve and their mounting systems. For the 1.8L (Aww and Awp) engine, you take off the hex nut and vacuum reservoir. The 2.8L (Bdf) engine doesn't require the removal of additional components.
Unscrew the retainers securing the Jetta ignition coil.
Separate the old ignition coil from the cylinder head. On the 2.8L (Bdf) engine, use Puller T10095 to release the Jetta ignition coil. You may need to twist the ignition coil to break the seal between the parts
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