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 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
THESE WIRE SE T S WERE DISCONTINUED BY BOSCH IN FEBRUARY 2016 HOWEVER, WE STILL HAVE 2 SETS REMAINING
IN STOCK. WHEN THEY ARE GONE, THEY WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE.
Manufactured by Bosch Set of six wires, includes five plug wires &
LONG VERSION coil wire (31 inches long)
Other than the two different coil wires, these wire sets are identical.
SEE SHORT COIL WIRE VERSION SET 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