Ignition Coil

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OEM Part Number: 12131712219
Alternative Part Number: 12137594938
Alternative Part Number: 12137571643
Bosch Part Number: 00124
Bosch Part Number: 0221504464
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Description

The ignition coil sends power to your spark plugs. But over time, these units can grow weak or even malfunction, causing a loss of power and problems with misfiring. Insist on the highest quality ignition coils available on the market to ensure your motor is being delivered the strongest spark possible. Made by OEM supplier to BMW, these Bosch ignition coils have undergone a redesign with a new rubber shaft, superseding the original plastic shaft style coils that were fitted in most BMWs built after 2002. The new design provides greater protection from moisture and ensures a better fit.

Helpful Tips

An easy way to confirm a coil that might be suspect is to swap it with a known good cylinder and see if the problem follows the suspect coil. It's a good idea to replace the spark plugs if you're changing all of the ignition coils too. Always ensure the ignition coil is completed seated in the head.

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Great quality, super fast delivery
Review by Ali
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As always, great service and quick delivery
Perfect fit (Posted on 11/03/2019)
Top quality fast delivery Fantastic PRICES
Review by Susan
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If only I knew about this place earlier all good now cos I do
Thank u (Posted on 4/03/2019)
easy swap out for missfire or dead cylinder
Review by Peter
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If you're running on 5/6 cylinders, this is an easy fix. Just two plastic engine covers to remove and the coil pops in. If you run the engine and one-by-one unplug the cables, you can easily identify the faulty one. After around 15 years they seem to die, might be worth changing them all out.
(Posted on 25/02/2019)
Great Delivery, Product is as I expected, Will buy again.
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Great Delivery, Product is as I expected, Will buy again. (Posted on 18/02/2019)
OEM parts for aftermarket prices!
Review by Mers
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Great quality product and fitment is perfect! These ignition coils should be considered if you've replaced your spark plugs but continue to get plagued with misfire codes.

As per usual, its a pleasure to deal with Clickable Automotive! (Posted on 18/02/2019)
10 out of 10
Review by Ismile
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Recieved in good faith on their last working day before Christmas holidays, these guys were dedicated to getting the coil packs out to me on time. Genuine quality for the cheapest price you will find anywhere. (Posted on 10/01/2019)
quick
Review by Steven
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Fast delivery with express, no more rough idle (Posted on 3/12/2018)
ALWAYS KEEP COMING BACK
Review by Tony
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Quality parts and great service -- Never have any doudbts about ordering from here .
(Posted on 29/11/2018)
Great Product
Review by Aaron
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Great product, perfect fit and worked without any issues! (Posted on 28/11/2018)
Installing is easy with just a few tools
Review by Rick
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Installing these ignition coils into a BMW 120i is easy. Tools needed are an 8 and 10mm hex socket/ratchet plus a ~ 100mm extension, a small and medium screwdriver, an E14 and E18 Torx socket fitted to a 1/2" ratchet, and a pair of pliers. Undo the eight screws holding the pollen filter and remove. Unclip the cable connector on the driver's side under the filter. With the screwdrivers, unclip the cable carriers held up by the pollen filter's support panel, then lift out the panel. Remove the driver's side diagonal stabiliser bar, using the Torx sockets to loosen the bolts at either end. The rear bolt is under the circular plastic plug near the windscreen - be careful removing and replacing this plug - it's brittle. Remove the oil filler cap, by flipping it open then squeezing, rotating and lifting its mounting base. Pop up the plastic cover over the rocker cover and slide it forward and out. This is easier if the air intake shroud is removed first, for which a Torx 20 screwdriver is needed. Now you can see the ignition coils. If only one is faulty (engine running on three cylinders) identify it by running the engine and flipping up the ignition coil locking tabs one by one. The coil that makes no difference to the engine idle is the dodgy one. Unplug its connector wire and pull it out, using the pliers for grip on the locking tab if necessary. Be gentle. Put in the new coil, push it home and reassemble your car. This is a 30 minute job if experienced. Keep the required tools in your boot, with some gloves, and replace the coils when they fail rather than all at once! :-) Be gentle doing up the screws that go into plastic, such as the pollen filter screws. It's easy to over-tighten and mash the plastic threads. (Posted on 27/11/2018)

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