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List O' Parts that will work between the models/years? MATRIX

Should a MATRIX be made showing parts that will work between the models/years  

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That list would likely change every month. That is why Porsche does updates to it's PET (parts system) every month.

To some degree we already have that for Contributing Members... if you look up a part number in the US Retail Price Search (available to Contributing Members only) it will show you the replacement part number (for example if you search for the old coolant tank cap 99610644700 it will repsond with "SS 99610644701".This means that the part has been replaced with a new part number.). Not exactly a cross reference but it does make sure you are getting the latest part number.

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It would be nice, but I don't think it is necessary. Most hack/mods/upgrades/etc. that require part have the part numbers listed.

@Loren, Thanks for the description, I always wondered what that feature was. maybe it's time to become a contributing member.

Also, you might consider adding a description like that to the, Contributing Member sticky so people now what it is they are donating to gain access too.


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