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    SOLIHULL ROVER getlost4x4's Avatar
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    Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    Hey just so you guys know for 1/4 of the price of a Land Rover ignition coil. you can get one that fits a 1995 Kia Sportage.

    found one for $50 online!

    i may just check the junkyards

    part numbers match 0 221503 4 07
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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    Good Tip, Thanks for posting.

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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    you have to order it for a single over head cam.

    i can't edit the original post. sorry
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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    Cool stuff!
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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    i'm cheap. what can i say.
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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    One of my coil packs died on my range rover. I ordered one off epay last week and it's the wrong part.


    I cross referenced the stock part number 0221503407 and came across a part number for a Kia sportage.


    I found one at the local napa store. $61 out the door with a 3 year warranty.


    Specs for part. 1995 Kia sportage. Single overhead cam motor.









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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

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    Re: Ignition Coils For Bosch Engines

    just fired it up! runs much better. no more code! i'll drive it tomorrow to make sure.
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