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      04-13-2014, 06:00 PM   #1
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328 2007 Ignition coil parts number

I just bought some brand new bosch ignition coil for my 2007 328xi on ebay. They look and fit exactly like my original but when I started the car I had some huge vibration and the check engine came on.

So I removed them and I saw that the parts number was not the same.

Original: 0 221 504 467
7551049-01
D10579

Ebay: 0 221 504 464
D08591

It seems like my original parts number is discoutinued and I dont find the equivalent.

Please help

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Part#12137594937 fits the following - 4/2006-2010 E9X BMW 325i 325xi 328i 328xi 330i 330xi 335i 335xi

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Was it misfiring before? Are you sure all the coils are seated firmly? IT really should work just fine
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I changed the original cause the engine idle was a little rought and I was thinking that at 130000 kilometres it could just help.

I double checked and everything was correctly installed and when I put back the original coils the monster truck vibration disapeared.

Still not smooth, but just like before.
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http://fr.bmwfans.info/parts-catalog...lug/#7594937_1

I think I can't go wrong with this one, its based on my car serial number.

Very intersting
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I bought those coils but I still have the same problem...
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