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alfisti
post 24th October 2015 08:25
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hello friends, my car had a misfire at low revs in advance LPG, i dont changed spark plugs cuz they are new (NGK PFR6B) but ,i changed crank speed sensor, ignition coil, the spark plug cable. Fix problems misfire at low revs, but now it hangs in both LPG gasoline at higher speeds. The original ignition coil BOSCH 0 221 503 457. Bosch car service to me 0 221 503 407 coil brought Compatible said that the numbers on alone (1 2 3 4) is doing the knocking I wear According to this on their own in different positions. im sorry for my English.

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niaugi
post 26th October 2015 10:40
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Hi, hard to understand, but will try to help.
I would use the same wiring like original BOSCH 0 221 503 457 says.

For example, I got BREMI 88113 alternative coil and it lists different wiring layout, but when i tried to follow it, i got violent spark timing while engine cranking (engine won't fire up).
So connected like old BOSCH was, and it fires perfectly.
This is how i connect, look at the picture.

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