How VW Parts Fail ~ 2.0t Ignition Coil Connectors
Today I am back to talk about more failing VW parts. We are looking at one of the most broken connectors I see, ignition coil connectors. More spesifically 2.0t ignition coil connectors. It may seem like a very simple failure, but connectors have a lot more going on than you may think. This was a really fun “How VW Parts Fail” video for me. I have repinned a ton of connectors in my career, and it is something I enjoy doing.
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Join me as we break down(hopefully not):
- Commonly broken VW electrical connectors
- What a VW ignition coil connector does
- What makes up a VW ignition coil connector
- What makes up most Audi and VW electrical connectors
- How ignition coil connectors fail
- Is replacing an ignition coil connector a DIY
- Tools required to repin connectors
- Tips for releasing VW connectors.
- and more
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Charles, just re-watched your video on the ignition coil connectors.
My question is will any harm be done if I remove the plastic engine cover. Reason being the coils and harness will stay cooler, and perhaps last longer.
I would leave them alone. If you remove the loom the wires may start to wonder.
Appreciate information on disconnecting “D” connectors.
Need your advice on disconnecting round connectors, such as one on air box of my 2016 A3 2.0t