Welcome to Beetle Mania spares parts.
We pride ourselves with the parts we offer the Beetle owners helping you keep your loved Beetle in perfect health at prices that won't break the bank.
90% of the Beetles we recycle are complete and running cars. They are fully tested before disassembly to make sure all the components work as they should do.
All our parts are 100% tested so you will receive you part whether it be a bulb or an engine will function as it should do. We have purchased used parts ourselves in the past and to say we have been disappointed on many occasions would be an understatement.
They are generally filthy dirty for one, broken and miss described, the wrong part or it doesn't work. If you have bought used part in the past we are sure you have had similar experiences.
When you see our used spare parts supplier selling badly damaged body panels and defective or damaged parts you have to question, what condition their other parts are like. Have they even had the engine they are selling en been tested.
All our cars drive so not only can we hear the engine running and give it a compression test, we can also drive them to make sure the brakes, central locking, alarm, windows, lighting, heating, air conditioning, brakes, gearbox and all suspension all functions as it should do.
All our engines we video running which you can view, and carry out a compression test on all cylinders to make sure everything is fine.
Purchase your Beetle parts from us and you will receive them, fully cleaned, acutely descried, the correct part and fully functioning as it should do.
This is new VW Volkswagen Beetle hatchback and Convertible 2.0 ignition transformer coil pack. It does not fit any Beetle 1.6 as these are very different. Will fit Beetle Hatchbacks from 2003 to 2010 and Convertibles from 2003 to 2010 with engine sizes of 2.0 and engine codes AZJ BEJ and BHP. Part number is 06A 905 097, 06A905097, 06A 905 097 A and 06A905097A Fits many more VAG group cars. See the list below.
It fits on top of the gearbox just to the left of the battery as your looking in the engine bay.
If you have a missfire and see arcing behing this pack you will need a new coil.
A good test is to spray a mist of water behind the pack and if a misfire develops or gets worse it's defiantly the coil that needs to be replaced.