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DPATE

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I had more issues, the car started running very rough. I ordered a higher quality coil pack. When I installed the new one I saw one of the packs had opened up and something was coming out of it. It was only three weeks old.
 
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EuroX

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Are these limited edition chinesium coils? Looks like venom is starting to come out of them. I would purchase oem coils or originals then recheck.
 
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they have no markings it seems , so yep, they have chinesium inside :)
 
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they have no markings it seems , so yep, they had chinesium inside :)

Fixed that for you. :p


@DPATE I'd look into the Secondary Air and O2 sensor as well. These are emissions components that aren't functioning properly. Could be a sign of a clogged exhaust, combi valve, etc., all of which could be contributing to the misfire you're seeing in VCDS, assuming it's still there after you replace the toxic coil pack.
 
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