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Dear Sir or Madam,

Recently I decided to replace my old fuel injectors of my personal car


with the following injectors manufactured by Continental VDO (same provider
of the genuine parts): A2C59513554;
My personal car is an VW Golf MK6 1.6 TDI with the following VIN and
engine code: WVWZZZ1KZAM*****, CAYC.

Is this type of injector fully compatible with my car or engine ECU?


Does these injectors support the adaptation of the minimum fuel injected
quantity (standard process after OEM injectors replacement) ?

Best regards,

Marius

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Dear Mr. U****,

the partnumber that you mentioned below is correct. The VW Injector A2C59513554 is the
replacement part for this particular engine. You can validate this with comparing it with the OE number
on the old injectors which is 03L130277B.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen/ Best Regards

Florian *****
Junior Product Manager Diesel Systems

Continental
Division Interior
Business Unit Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket

Continental Aftermarket GmbH


Guerickestrasse 7, 60488 Frankfurt, Germany

Besucheradresse / Visitors address:


Helfmannpark 1, 65760 Eschborn

Hello Florian,

I would like to thank you for your fast response. Meanwhile I installed 4
injectors with A2C59513554 code (all fine) and I went to my local VW
dealer to finish this procedure by adapting the minimum injected
quantity. During this operation all injectors has been damaged, they
sound like hitting the metal followed by huge fuel consumption.
After 2 hours of using them in this shape, the car refuses to start
anymore. This lead again to my previous question:

Is this type of injector compatible with the adaptation of the


minimum fuel quantity injected?
What is the difference between 03L130277B (which was installed by VW
but manufactured by Continental VDO) and A2C59513554 ?

Thank you in advance for your help,

Marius

Dear Mr. U****,

the injectors 03L130277B and A2C59513554 are absolutely identical just with another part number on
it and without any differences in quality or functionality. The independent aftermarket has to use other
part numbers than the OE manufacturers. The specs, technical figures and dimensions are exactly the
same, so it is very likely that the mistake rises from wrong handling of the injector.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen/ Best Regards

Florian *****
Junior Product Manager Diesel Systems

Continental
Division Interior
Business Unit Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket

Continental Aftermarket GmbH


Guerickestrasse 7, 60488 Frankfurt, Germany

Besucheradresse / Visitors address:


Helfmannpark 1, 65760 Eschborn