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JM996

Convertible top hydraulic pump fill plug part number

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I'm trying to find the part number for the fill screw plug on the hydraulic pump. I went to the dealer and it is not on the schematic. I was wondering if the one from a newer model would work part number 996 561 407 01.

 

 

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You have already posted this twice and your first duplicate has been removed.

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