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Old 10-08-03, 06:28 PM   #1
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Mazda OEM part numbers???

Does anyone have anyway of taking a Mazda part number and telling me what it is? I just got my car, and was looking in the glove box, and found a little baggie from Mazda. It had two small parts in it. One of them is a gasket part number 0303-17-474. and the other part, which may or may not belong in this bag, is a round rubber grommet looking thingy. Any help would be cool.
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Old 10-08-03, 06:46 PM   #2
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www.iluvmyrx7.com look in the parts fiche to find wgat the part is.

EDIT: Its in the manual sections.
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0303-17-474 costs 1.20 thru Mazda Comp, still doesn't give me a noun name though

Mazda has 88 in stock.
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hmmm. thanks very much for the tip. I'm leaking a bit of oil from under the oil filter, and it looks like there is some sort of removable flange onder there, I was just wondering if maybe the previous owner was meaning to replace it.
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mazda part numbers explained. quickly.
first four = original application, ie fa01 is 81-85 rx7, n3a1 is fd engine etc etc
next two = sytem of car; ie 15 is cooling, 13 is intake, 17 is manual transmission
next three = what is is; 15-205 is a radiator cap, 61-211 is a heater hose, 51-070 is headlighty
letter = if the part has ever been revised, n304-10-100 and n304-10-100c, 100c is the new part number c theoretically = better but sometimes its a vendor or price change too
next 2, vendor or color code. 9u means they went to kragen, fb01-64-350a-48 is blue fb01-64-350a-00 is black

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