036905715G Ignition coil

Code: 61490
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61490 036905715g spark plug
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036905715GIgnition coil

Ignition coil with spark plug cable end
1.2 HTP 44kW/47kW/51kW
1.4 16V 55kW/74kW
1.6 77kW
1.4 TSI 90kW/92kW/132kW
1.6 FSI
85kW

Replacement:
036905715H
036905100A
036905100B
036905100C
036905100D
036905715
036905715A
036905715C
036905715E
036905715F

VW AMEO
VW BEETLE
VW CADDY
VW CC
VW EOS
VW GOLF
VW GOLF PLUS
VW JETTA
VW PASSAT
VW POLO
VW SCIROCCO
VW SHARAN
VW TIGUAN
VW TOURAN

AUDI A1
AUDI A3

SKODA FABIA
SKODA OCTAVIA
SKODA SUPERB
SKODA YETI

SEAT ALHAMBRA
SEAT ALTEA
SEAT CORDOBA
SEAT IBIZA
SEAT LEON
SEAT TOLEDO

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