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2003 Obc Stalk Difference

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I received two different part numbers for the 4 stalk assembly for the 2003 Boxster. They are 996 613 219 10 EWC and 996 613 219 00 EAK. Does anyone know the difference, the dealer couldn't help. The EWC number is more expensive than the EAK by about $18.00 - 20.00.



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What is the finish of the 4 buttons at the end of you steering column switch assembly? Do they all match?

For future reference. Any dealer can get parts from Atlanta, Ontario (SoCal) or Germany. The parts computer shows how many units are in stock at each location. They can also check the inventory at other dealers - and buy it from another dealer if it is on their shelf - then resell it to you. My dealer was doing this with the original rear speaker kit when there was 0 inventory at the 3 locations. My dealer would find another dealer that had the units sitting on their shelf and buy them if a customer at my dealer wanted the kit.

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