That's what I was basically thinking. The Audi guys have basically just pushed the leads out of the connectors, then put them into the new ones. Thanks for the suggestion!Probably a generic part which you could get new crimps and re-crimp ends on the wires and re-use the old connector. I would contact Lucky or call up someone at IPD. They "developed" the coil packs so they may have made a bench tester at some point with raw materials.
Also search some diy autotune stuff, like this http://www.diyautotune.com/catalog/crimp-connector-for-ign1-or-ign1cd-p-433.html.
Here you go!The grey plug that clips onto the packs.
Tell me I don't need to get a wiring harness...:facepalm:
How did you figure out that 9456341 and 9494800 are the same part? Did you order both and physically compare them?Okay. So both 9456341 and 9494800 are the same part.
Yup. I have both here right now. They are the same part.How did you figure out that 9456341 and 9494800 are the same part? Did you order both and physically compare them?
The reason I ask is that VIDA lists them as two distinct different parts and Tasca sells them for two different prices ($4.27 for 9494800 and $9.03 for 9456341, which suggests they are different.