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2006 A4 Quattro. Misfires horribly when engine warms up. Changed coils yesterday. No difference.

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In your intake box there is a Ignition module, it makes different cylinders misfire, it will eventually go totally bad. its a silver peice on the bottom and pops into the top of the intake box with a black seal.

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