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Old 08-04-2009, 05:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ignition Coil specs for bosch 0 221 122 029?

Does anyone out there know the what the resistance should be for the 0 221 122 029 ignition coil (primary and secondary)? This is on a '81 320i. Thanks!
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There should be a PDF on Bosch's website with that information. I'd be surprised it there wasn't.
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Been to the Bosch site--doesn't list this particular coil. Thanks.
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Do they have a contact link you can e-mail? Other than that, maybe an auto parts store would know.
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Will do and will report back. Thanks.
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