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Hi again Jer,
If the igniters are not firing, it's a power problem.
If the igniters are firing and the engines are not igniting, there are a few things to check a well as minor alterations in procedure to try.
Remember: Safety first. Allow cool of time between tests.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
Sometimes this problem is because the igniter is not actually touching the propellent. If taping the igniter does not solve the problem you can add a minute amount of flammable liquid to the propellent hole where the igiter is inserted. For example, take 6 inches of kite string and dip the first inch into some gasoline. Hold the string over the propellent hole and squeeze the string from top to bottom using your other index finger and thumb. Once 2 or 3 drops of gasoline have fallen into the hole insert the igniter & plug.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Park your Audi A4 on a level surface and open the hood.
Remove the plastic rivets that secure the plastic engine cover to your engine with the flathead screwdriver. Depending on your engine, there may be either three or four plastic rivets, which are all very obviously placed. Set the engine cover aside.
Firmly pull the ignition coil you need to replace up from the engine. Since it does attach to the spark plug, you will need to apply a little force. Be sure to pull directly up so that you do not bend the metal rods at the bottom of the ignition coil.
Unplug the ignition coil from its wiring harness. Depending on your engine, you may need to use a flathead screwdriver to pry up the loosening latch on the wiring harness.
Insert the replacement ignition coil into the spark plug cylinder and push directly down until you hear a slight popping noise, which will indicate that it has been installed correctly.
Replace the plastic engine cover and secure it with the flathead screwdriver and the plastic rivets to complete the procedure.
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