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Can someone give a small example of how to use this to find parts at say Eurocarpart? Say I'm looking for service parts like oil filter, air filter, cabin filter? Thanks in advance 

(Might sound like dumb question to some but I want to make it really simple and idiot proof that anyone can use. I'm not sure how I'll find what oil filter I need to ask. Or is eurocarpart is even the right place for this jdm? Should we be shopping at some specific specialised online stores)

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Try partsouq. https://partsouq.com/    I find this the best lookup system just put in your vin no. And will bring up all the diagrams and oe no.s you can also purchase from this sight I just purchased a 3.0 maf sensor £185.00 + vat from toyota UK. £107 all in with shipping and vat .

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1 hour ago, Picasso said:

Try partsouq. https://partsouq.com/    I find this the best lookup system just put in your vin no. And will bring up all the diagrams and oe no.s you can also purchase from this sight I just purchased a 3.0 maf sensor £185.00 + vat from toyota UK. £107 all in with shipping and vat .

Thankyou @Picasso👍 Has straight search by vin as you said. Prices were in USD for some reason, I had to change it to GBP. Parts come up clearly with pictures too like to air filter. Can this sites part number be used to search on eurocarpart? I'll try it out. Appealing things about their store is collection right away.

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The good thing about it is I have a program that can convert oe numbers to like blueprint numbers this program is not free but if you give me the nos I can do them for you .

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On 6/18/2022 at 9:54 PM, Teekay said:

Can someone give a small example of how to use this to find parts at say Eurocarpart? Say I'm looking for service parts like oil filter, air filter, cabin filter? Thanks in advance 

(Might sound like dumb question to some but I want to make it really simple and idiot proof that anyone can use. I'm not sure how I'll find what oil filter I need to ask. Or is eurocarpart is even the right place for this jdm? Should we be shopping at some specific specialised online stores)

 

On 6/19/2022 at 8:32 AM, Picasso said:

The good thing about it is I have a program that can convert oe numbers to like blueprint numbers this program is not free but if you give me the nos I can do them for you .

48510 48510-59605 01 04.2005 - ABSORBER ASSY, SHOCK, FRONT RH ANH1#,MNH1#..AS,MS
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622.08 USD..........  for one strut???
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