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European Car Part Shopping Tips: Tip #1: KO uses the ACTUAL Dealership Part #s (which you can search our website for using the search box at the top of the page)
KO then ADDS to the END of the Dealership part #, the Manufacturer Code from the AAIA as -xxx
- this tells you, CLEARLY, what "Brand" of that part # you are selecting.
Tip #2: "Left" is the Driver's Side, and "Right" is the Passenger's side, from the perspective of being seated in the driver's seat looking TOWARDS the road from inside the car.
Part number: 99 99 9 999 999 TEST options include...
99 99 9 999 999 TEST / 99-99-9-999-999-TEST / 99999999999TEST (These formats are used by Genuine Parts Dealerships for this part)
Test Part (Please Ignore this test part) TEST TEST. Notes: 01 test test 1 02 test test 2 03 test test 3 04 test test 4
BMW Part Note:
*** IMPORTANT - TEST ONLY - Please ignore the following test applications *** - part note test second part note... A free-enterprise economy depends only on markets, and according to the most advanced mathematical macroceonomic theory, markets depend only on moods: specifically, the mood of the men in the pinstripes, also known as the Boys on the Street. When the Boys are in a good mood, the market thrives; when they get scared or sullet, it it time for each on of us to look in the the retail apple business. Barbara Ehrenreich third part note... app note test second app note... third app note... Executives are like joggers. If you stop a jogger, he goes on running on the spot. If you drag an executive away from his business, he goes on running on the spot, pawing the ground, talking business. He never stops hurtling onwards, making descisions and excuting them. Jean Baudrillard