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328xi misfiring? You're not alone. Don't overspend on replacement ignition coils. We have high quality aftermarket ignition coils for your 328xi at incredible prices. Not to mention, they have a lifetime warranty against defects. Select the year of your 328xi to find out just how much you can save on this repair.


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Pictured here is an Ignition Coil for a 2007 BMW 328xi AWD

Ignition Coils for BMW 328xi


If you haven't heard of this before, replacing the ignition coils in BMWs is a common thing. Your BMW 328xi will need the ignition coils replaced at some point in its life. While coils do not normally have a lifespan on the maintenance schedule, they do fail. This typically happens sooner is humid climates. When one coil goes bad and the rest are around the 7 years old mark, they tend to fail not long after. Replacing all 6 coils at once is the best way to go about this repair, but the only problem is these coils can cost quite a bit. Many owners report that most local stores charge from $50 and up, and a few have even mentioned over $100 per coil! Spending $600 on 6 coils is just not practical. Just because you own a BMW doesn't mean you need to pay such high prices. Most of these are just large markups. We are able to offer the same high quality aftermarket coils for much much less than any local auto parts store or dealer. Not to mention, we include a lifetime warranty on them, which is good for as long as you own your 328xi.


Symptoms of a failing ignition coils in a BMW 328xi


Most 328xi owners notice the engine sputtering here and there. If the coil is completely dead, it will be a consistent misfire, commonly explained as a chugging or sputtering feeling. This is usually accompanied by a check engine light. Typical OBDII codes for a bad ignition coil are P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, and P0306. We recommend to swap the bad ignition coil to another cylinder and resetting the vehicle computer. If the misfire code follows the coil, then you will know for sure that the coil is bad. If the misfire stays on the same cylinder, then it is likely another issue. If your 328xi leaks oil around the valve cover, then you will want to replace that before installing new ignition coils. Oil can leak into the spark plug wells and prematurely shorten the life of the new coils.  We have a how-to guide that will help you replace the coils at home. It's actually much easier than you'd think! Don't spend hundreds of dollars in labor to get a simple job done. There are no special tools needed. Standard tools are enough to get this job done. Our goal is to help you save as much money as possible.


Quality of the ignition coils for the 328xi


This is a very frequently asked question, and we understand why. You want to save money, but you don't want to skimp on quality. We carefully select the suppliers to manufacture the coils for us. Not only do our coils have an extremely low defect rate, we also offer a lifetime warranty, which is good for as long as you own your 328xi. Select the year of your BMW above to find out which kind of ignition coil you will need. If you are still unsure about fitment, you can reach out to us at (916) 585-6835 or email us at