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      04-16-2015, 12:08 PM   #1
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WTD: 335i 2007 N54 Coil packs + Spark Plugs OEM

As per title, where is the best place to get coil pack and spark plugs. I want to replace all of them.

Thanks for any help in advance
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      04-16-2015, 12:26 PM   #2
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bought the exact same things last month for my 2007 335i from EuroCarParts

edited to add: don't forget the special spark plug tool you need, has to be thin walled.

here is a copy of my invoice

Surcharge: 0.00 GBP
Subtotal of Items: 225.72 GBP
Postage & Packing: 1.99 GBP
Total for this order: 227.71 GBP
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Order Summary:
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6 x 413110237 @ 28.92 GBP
Bosch Ignition Coil
for: BMW 3 Series Coupe/Cabriolet 3.0 2007
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6 x 408110040 @ 8.70 GBP
Bosch Spark Plug
for: BMW 3 Series Coupe/Cabriolet 3.0 2007
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you can go carpartsforless and buy the exact same thing but cheaper!

spark plugs 8.16 each

bosch cools (full black ones) 26.34 each
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Thanks guys, thinking to attempt this with a mechanical minded friend whos quite savvy. Do these parts need to be coded? Would I be able to code them if i bought and used bmwhat app?
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Just plug n play.

This is a really easy job and you can do this yourself.

The plugs require the correct socket but the coil packs just pop out and the new ones just pop straight in... no coding.
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Just plug n play.

This is a really easy job and you can do this yourself.

The plugs require the correct socket but the coil packs just pop out and the new ones just pop straight in... no coding.
Have you done this yourself before?

The parts / part numbers provided by the guys which have been stated here, are the ones I am going for, can you confirm they are the right ones?
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Part numbers are more than likely correct as the guys who posted are a knowledgable bunch.

I have done this job myself quite a few times as the JB4 seems to like killing my coil packs quite often

You just take off the engine cover and you can then see the coil packs so just lift the flap on top of the coil pack, slide a screw driver shaft through the hole on the flap and pull stright up and it just pops out simple as that.

As I said you need the correct spark plug socket to do the plugs but thats no big issue either.

If you search youtube for a video made by the guys that make the Cobb tuning unit they have dont a video about how to diagnose missfires on a N54 engine and that video describes in detail about how to pull the coil packs and plugs... really helpfull.
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Part numbers are more than likely correct as the guys who posted are a knowledgable bunch.

I have done this job myself quite a few times as the JB4 seems to like killing my coil packs quite often

You just take off the engine cover and you can then see the coil packs so just lift the flap on top of the coil pack, slide a screw driver shaft through the hole on the flap and pull stright up and it just pops out simple as that.

As I said you need the correct spark plug socket to do the plugs but thats no big issue either.

If you search youtube for a video made by the guys that make the Cobb tuning unit they have dont a video about how to diagnose missfires on a N54 engine and that video describes in detail about how to pull the coil packs and plugs... really helpfull.

Nice one, thank you mate
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Is there any upgrade coils or race plugs available that anyone knows of
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there is indeed, okada projects coils but it works the same.
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