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Old 06-17-2020, 05:37 PM   #1
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Ignition Coils needed for 2001 Boxster S

My 2001 Boxster S was 'missing' on 1st and 2nd gear. My mechanic inspected the engine and 4 of the 6 ignition coils are cracked. I need 6 new ignition coils (PN 997 602 107 00) and 6 Bosch spark plugs (PN 999 170 201 90).

Does anyone have any suggestions for reputable sites to find these parts?

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Old 06-19-2020, 01:26 PM   #2
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You can get plugs anywhere. Try using our forum host for the coils. https://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/SuperCat/1048/POR_1048_BASTUN_pg2.htm#item7
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Got my coils from rock auto. They had a good selection. I went with AC Delco units.
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I recently had to replace a coil and used part number 997 602 104 04. I know you are planning to buy 997 602 107 00 coils. (The difference may be that the coil is different for the S than for the base.) If they are similar to the one I bought, they are slightly larger than the coils that were originally on the car. You won't be able to re-use the fasteners that were used with the original coils. The revised fastener (Porsche calls it a coil screw) is 900 385 025 01.
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Old 06-19-2020, 06:46 PM   #5
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Iíve used the behr coils for years. No issues, and replace the bolts, spark plugs and tubes while your in there. Build a tool to pull the tubes, I use a thin long bolt with a washer sandwiched between nuts and a cable pull on the front end. It grabs the back edge and you pop it out with a tug. Push the new ones in with a socket on extension. Search for various methods on forum for other ways if you like.


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