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Looking for dismantler for Parts

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What White987S said. Also try Parts Heaven and there are a few others. Do a google search and most of them come up on the first page or two. Make a few phone calls; shoudn't be that tough to find and if multiple shops have them you can use that as bargaining power to get it at a better price. I've had good luck working with Neil at LA Dismantlers in the past. His price was fair and his description was accurate.

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For who knows what reason I only have the PSE muffler on the passenger side. Dealer who didn't sell it to me says car wasn't hit.

Maybe Loren knows if an '04 C2 that came with the factory option verified with option code, only had one side but I tend to doubt it.

Very peculiar indeed.

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PSE was available in 2004 as a factory option or an after-sales add on.

Never have I seen one with only a PSE muffler on one side. If there has been no accident then it is likely the PSE muffler on that side developed a rattle (sometimes welds break) and it was replaced with a standard muffler. Perhaps the previous owner or shop did not recognize the difference.

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Thx Logray, that list will be a great resource, I did speak with Gary at Oklahoma Foreign, and he has one from an '04 996, but didn't have the donor car's VIN and there was no decernable part number on it, but it is an Eisemann PSE muffler. Would the Rt side look similar to the Lt? Diagram would be helpful if anyone has one available. Thx for all the input.

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