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    1. n00b
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      Nov 26th, 2011
      1998 Volkswagon Jetta GLX VR6
      11-26-2011 03:08 PM #1
      Hello, I just bought a '98 Jetta GLX VR6 and noticed that one of the cylinders is misfiring occasionally. I looked into it a little and noticed that it's definitely one of the plug wires. The spark plugs themselves seem fairly new and the spark is high enough that I am confident it's the plug wire. I'm planning to replace all the plug wires, but I was wondering what I should get. I can tell that the ones already on the car aren't VW factory ones. What are the most reliable plug wires that will be economical too? Should I get factory ones? I don't care about increasing power or anything like that, I just want to buy some plug wires that will last and are priced fairly low. Any insight I could get would be very well appreciated! Thanks!

    2. Member APURPLEKING's Avatar
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      May 23rd, 2007
      96' GLX
      11-26-2011 04:55 PM #2
      Just get the ones from GAP(German Auto Parts.com) they offer both factory and high performance plug wires. I got factory the time before last and the tune up I did a few weeks ago I used the high performance wires, both worked great...

      GAP rules
      Pm me for any and all glass questions and inquires, or any VAG-COM needs.


    3. Member I haz cheezeburgerz's Avatar
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      Aug 8th, 2008
      Navarre, FL
      '96 GTI 12v + '03 GTI 24v + '99 CR-V 16v
      11-26-2011 09:16 PM #3
      buy these

      cheaper than GAP and free shipping
      mk4 12v wires are where it's at

    4. Member Bama420's Avatar
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      Jun 9th, 2011
      Orlando, Fl-ish
      1997 VW Golf GTI VR6
      11-26-2011 11:11 PM #4
      I can vouch for the Autohauz wires. They are the cheapest I've found, very well made, and the mk4 wires are super nifty since 90% of the time the factory wire puller/installer is missing. Expect the coil to be bad as well!
      1989 Plymouth Horizon
      1997 VW Golf GTI VR6 (OBD1 swapped)
      1988 Honda Prelude Si 4WS (parting out)
      1990 VW Cabriolet Triple White
      1981 Toyota Pickup 4x4 & 1998 Ducati 900SS

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