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I’m going to replace the DMF in my 2012 TDI Sportwagen DSG. I’m finding some inconsistencies in the required dual mass flywheel for my vehicle. I called the dealership and gave them my VIN and the VW part number was 03L105266DE. The parts guy told me that the OEM DMF is made by LUK. So I went to fcpeuro.com (best prices I could find on the interwebs) and found two flywheels that supposedly fit my vehicle. If I go with what corresponds with the part number from the dealer I need the LUK DMF181. But then I came across a post on a different forum stating that the LUK DMF181 is incorrect and that the LUK DMF126 is correct one. Those are the two DMFs that are listed for my car on fcpeuro. Has anyone experienced this issue when purchasing a new DMF? Thanks!
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I have an 06 BRM engine code. Had to replace my DMF (5 spd. manual). I used KermaTDI. They seem to have their sh*t together. Sorry can't be more specific on your '12 model. Give their website a gander.

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Here’s a link to what IDparts says is correct (luk 126)

They have always been on top of stuff as far as our cars go.
 
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