Coil leads just looks tacky IMO.
So found this info for removing the igniter pack is it really that simple? also with these Audi coils so you just run an extra earth ? ( i.e. 3 pin vs 4 pin )hi, no problem.
sadly for some reason i can't post any pic's to show you what has to be changed:bawling:so will have to write it all and hope you will understand it
here goes ; you need to remove the igniter pack from the top of the engine and make up a plug/connecter to join the wires etc.
on the top of the igniter it has numbers (1'2'3'4'5'6'g ) on it on the in and out side showing where each wire goes in each plug.
now join the wires 1 to 1, 2 to2, 3 to 3, 4 to 4, 5 to 5, 6 to 6 & g to g
be very careful to get them in the correct order ( they are all the same colour,pink, eccept for the ground which is black)
next you need to change the coil pac plugs from s1(brown) to s2(grey) type
when changing these the position of some of the wires need to be changed
on the coil pac's you will see some markings, on the s1 will be -,+,E and on the s2 will be +,-,IB.
on s1 - is the ecu trigger signal, + is the 12volts and E is the ground/earth to chassi.
on the s2 + is 12volts, - is ground/earth and IB is the ecu trigger signal.
just move the wires to the new positions you are finished
hope this helps and you understand what i have written
Should be able to use the OEM coil boot with this!Coil leads just means there is something else to fail. But if one insists lol
No it wont harm the ECU, but fitting after market coils to a standard ECU is not the best idea, as each type of coil has a charge time and a lag. This cant be adjusted in the standard ECU. Most wanting to run different coils have after market ECU'sCool well might have sorted what coils i might use...
Just wanted to ask people this conversion to remove the igniter pack will not harm my ECU at all~?
Already found my solution will be like OemShould be able to use the OEM coil boot with this!
But there is huge range as im sure you know , just need some help with picking one that will work from an electric point of view.