[s-cars] Coil and POS woes
pmische at comcast.net
Mon Oct 22 13:55:27 PDT 2007
I know the feeling. On S6 #1 (sedan) I chased and chased and eventually did
a successful POS rewire, but I never felt another failure right around the
corner. When S6 #2 (Avant) hiccuped for the first time I didn't hesitiate -
I got right on the phone and ordered an 034 HO kit. Of course while I
waited for the kit to arrive the car never missed a beat, but I nonetheless
tore all the stock stuff out and replaced it as soon as I got it. Heck this
is a problem with a bolt-on answer.
There are those who will say the HO kit is extreme and less expensive
alternatives work just fine, and they may well be correct - but I haven't
worried about ignition since I installed it. Now I only fear the multitude
of other things I know which can (and probably will) go wrong...
95.5 S6, 95 S6 Avant
----- Original Message -----
From: "ron kirkham" <rkaudifool at gmail.com>
To: <s-car-list at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2007 4:06 PM
Subject: [s-cars] Coil and POS woes
> I have been doing the eternal chasing of my tail all summer trying to find
> my stumble/miss problems, and I'm fed up. Going to make the jump to the
> aftermarket coil alternatives available. But which one? I have
> good things about the Apikol set-up and am leaning that way. Any input on
> others? What is the preffered coil part number?
> At this point, the cost of my hundreds of man-hours far outweigh the cost
> this kit, but I'd be lying if I said price was not an issue.
> '93 S4 with 214k and no mods, just a slew of issues.
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