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Old 10-10-2009, 07:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy does any one no which clutch i need

hello there
can anybody tell me how i can find out when my car was made as after mid 03 they changed the clutch they put in the 320d and i cant just go and get one off the shelf as they need to be ordered, but it the moment i cant find out which one i need without taking it out and leaving my car off the road


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Have a look at this web site, it gives you the ability to pin point your car by model and year/month and then gives you a break down of the parts within the car. You might need to check out your date of manufacture to make sure you get the exacr build info you'll need for this site to be of any real use to you.
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that website is great,i dont mean to sound thick but were do you find out when your car was produced?

p.s. thank for the help
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Lift the hood and have a look at your suspension towers, there should be a plate oof some sort that gives your the VIN number and build date information, possibly the paint code info as well.
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cheer man not looking forward to changing the clutch but am not paying the prices the garage wants lol
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No problems, I hope I was able to help you with the simple questions. You've still go the hard part in front of you.
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