Question about 2005 Volkswagen Jetta
Once the Coil packs are exposed, Disconnect the connector. You may need a flat tip screwdriver to press the retaining clip at the same time you are pulling the connector out of the socket.
Once the connector is disconnected the coil packs can be pulled off of the spark plug. It may be snug so a little persuasion with a large flat tip screw driver may be needed. Do not be too rough with it. The coil packs are easily damaged so brute force may not be your best friend here.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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