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Old 06-27-2006, 07:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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so when im checking fitment, i check the last 4 digits of the part #?

ok im getting some stuff for my e36 from the junkyard, as u well know, 2doors 4doors convertables 325 318 328 m3 all vary a little bit, but i was wondering if i looked on the real oem website for hte part #'s of each model and if i match up the last 4 digits the parts will fit?

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All the digits of the part number must match as far as I know.
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problem solved thanks to all
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