Ordering parts?

p3tchy

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Anywhere to order OE parts online?

I have 2 numbers that are needed.

61207332 - Fuel Pipe
2032401317 - Engine mount

Also need an intercooler for a CLK 270cdi 2003.

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Inchcape Mercedes Parts" do a good online service - see web site.

However, in MK you have a good Mercedes dealer that offer good discounts to club members - have you tried them ?
 

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Try euromercwebstore for genuine parts at discount prices.

They will either have it or not, though not everything is listed on the webstore, so worth an enquiry.
 

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Shouldn't the fuel pipe have a 10 digit part number like every other MB part?
Any reason why you don't want to order from your local dealer?

I'm guessing you've tried ebay?
 
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Shouldn't the fuel pipe have a 10 digit part number like every other MB part?
Any reason why you don't want to order from your local dealer?

I'm guessing you've tried ebay?
Yeah tried ebay, patten parts are available but I would prefer OEM.


Those are the parts numbers the dealer quoted me.

I'll probably order the hose through them as thats the same as someone else said to me that the number doesn't seem right.
 
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So, it's a hose (as opposed to a metallic pipe)

Then it will likely be a generic part number for fuel hose, that is used on several Mercedes models, and sold by the metre.
 
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No its high pressure on the inlet side, and has couplings either end. Thats as much as I know as I don't work on my own car. I leave that to me mechanic friend.

Here's the keys, here's my card let me know when its done sort of thing.

On the other hand I am the only person who works on my bike. No one else touches that.
 

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