Distributor Cap 1992-1996 This is the identical OEM Bosch cap sold by a VW dealer
Distributor Drive Cam Kit 1992-1996 Located on bottom of distributor, black plastic, often cracks during removal when replacing the hall effect sender
Distributor Rotor 1992-1996 Same Bosch OEM rotor sold by VW dealers
Glow Plug 1992-1996 Fits diesel engine models only
Sold in increments of 1
Hall Effect Sender 1992-1995 AAF engine
1992 up to mid 1995
A common ignition system troublemaker
Hall Effect Sender 1995-1996 ACU engine
From mid 1995-1996
A common ignition system troublemaker. Intermittent or no spark symptom.
Ignition Coil Pack-All 5 Cyl Engines 1992-1996 Faulty coil pack may result in a weak or no spark condition, a very common failure
This part is an OEM German unit and not one of the cheap Chinese knock-offs found on eBay and other such sites.
Ignition Distributor-ACU engine 1995-1996 Only for ACU engine, late 1995 and all of 1996.
NOT for 1992-1995 AAF engine
This is a brand new aftermarket unit, sold outright, no core deposit required.
Unit is complete with cap and rotor.
Ignition Lock Cylinder 1992-2000 2 keys included
Ignition Switch 1992-2005 Resides directly behind the ignition lock cylinder
Ignition Wire Set 1992-1995 Manufactured by Bremi, the OEM supplier to VW and Audi.
Set of six wires, includes five plug wires &
SHORT VERSION COIL WIRE (20 inches long)
Wire set with LONG COIL WIRE VERSION (1995-1996) is shown below. (31 inches long)
This is due to the ignition coil being relocated on the later 5 cylinder models.
Ignition Wire Set 1995-1996 Manufactured by Bosch
Set of six wires, includes five plug wires & LONG VERSION coil wire (31 inches long)
SEE SHORT COIL WIRE VERSION BELOW (20 inches long)
Spark Plug-BOSCH Single Electrode 1992-1996 Bosch single electrode copper (The original W8DTC 3-electrode plugs, were discontinued by Bosch, the manufacturer, many years ago)
5 required, sold individually
Spark Plug-Triple Electrode 1992-1996***NO LONGER AVAILABLE***
Voltage Stabilizer-Instrument Cluster 1992-1996 Instrument Voltage Stabilizer (Not to be confused with the voltage regulator, which is located on the back of the alternator)
A faulty voltage stabilizer and/or the ignition switch may cause dash instrument or gauge problems