Volkswagen Jetta 1.9L 2006, Air Filter by Hengst®. If you have a dirty air filter, clogged PCV valve, or defective MAF sensor you may be tempted to just run down to the local auto parts chain store for a replacement, but before you waste your time and gas, check out our great selection of air intake system parts. We have stock replacement filters, aftermarket filters, and everything else you need for your air intake system. Best of all.
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As to whether it was fate or a simple coincidence that the very name of Hengst® (German for Stallion) builds a bridge between horse power, engines, oil and fuel filters, has been philosophized about for over half a century now. More precisely since 1958, when Walter Hengst set up his Ing. Walter Hengst KG in Münster, Germany. Thus, he laid the foundations for the eventful and successful development of a company which is now under the management of his grandson, Jens Röttgering and under its new name of Hengst SE and Co. KG.