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BMW E91 Ignition Coils

BMW E91 Ignition Coils Ignition coils are key to the efficiency and performance of your BMW. They're just as important as spark plugs. Starting with the M42 engine in 1990, BMW's ignition systems use an individual coil for each cylinder (coil-on-plug ignition). While the improved performance and smoothness is without question, these coils have a shorter lifespan than the older single-coil designs. With a faulty coil, the spark plug is not burning the air/fuel mixture properly and that can lead to problems anywhere in the engine and exhaust (including catalytic converters and O2 sensors). Problems with one or more coils will cause a fault code but not always a check engine light. A misfire code may be related to an ignition coil but could be from other things as well. Sometimes a visual inspection of a coil and coil boot will give an indication of a failure. You can also move coils around to different cylinder banks to see if the misfire code follows a suspect coil. We suggest always having one or two coils on hand to keep as spares.
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OEM Bosch Ignition Coil - E90 E60 E85 Z4 (up to 4/2006 production)

Ignition coils are key to the efficiency and performance of your BMW. With a faulty coil the spark plug is not burning the air/fuel mixture properly and that can lead to problems anywhere in the engine and exhaust (including catalytic converters and O2 sensors). Problems with one or more coils will cause a fault code but not always a check engine light. A misfire code may be related to an ignition coil but could be from other things as well. Sometimes a visual inspection of a coil and coil boot will give an indication of a failure. You can also move coils around to different cylinder banks to see if the misfire code follows a suspect coil. We suggest always having one or two coils on hand to keep as spares.

This is the OEM Bosch ignition coil for the N52 engine used in cars up to 4/2006 production date. You can find your car's production date on the driver's door pillar in MM/YY format. BMW has made numerous changes to ignition coil part numbers in recent years but has approved this part number to work in the vehicles listed below. This part number replaces previous BMW part number 12137548553.

Bosch is one of the largest OEM producers of Genuine BMW and aftermarket parts in the world, providing parts for almost every major automotive manufacturer. Bosch has likely supplied many of the original electrical (and mechanical) parts for your BMW. Thanks to their quality, high durability, and reliability, you should expect a long service life from Bosch products.

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This item fits the following BMWs:
2006-4/2006 E90 BMW 325i 325xi 330i 330xi
2006-4/2006 E60 BMW 525i 525xi 530i 530xi
2006-4/2006 E85 BMW Z4 3.0i Z4 3.0si

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Part #: 12137594936
Price: $27.22 (USD) 
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OEM Delphi Ignition Coil - E82 E9X F30 F80 E60 F07 F10 F13 E84 F25 E70 E71 E85 E89 Ignition coils are key to the efficiency and performance of your BMW. With a faulty coil the spark plug is not burning the air/fuel mixture properly and that can lead to problems anywhere in the engine and exhaust (including catalytic converters and O2 sensors). Problems with one or more coils will cause a fault code but not always a check engine light. A misfire code may be related to an ignition coil but could be from other things as well. Sometimes a visual inspection of a coil and coil boot will give an indication of a failure. You can also move coils around to different cylinder banks to see if the misfire code follows a suspect coil. We suggest always having one or two coils on hand to keep as spares.

This is the OEM Delphi ignition coil that is the current replacement for some BMW 6 and 8-cylinder engines built from the late 2000s and after. BMW has made numerous changes to ignition coil part numbers in recent years but has approved this part number to work in the vehicles listed below. It's listed as a replacement coil for N20, N55, and S55 engines. In March 2015 BMW approved it for N51/N52 engines. This part number replaces previous BMW part number 12137594937 for the cars listed below.

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Part #: 12138616153
Price: $39.95 (USD) 
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