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    Help with part numbers

    Hi,

    Getting my car ready for the spring. My trunk is an absolute mess and I would like to replace some of the panels in the cargo area. I am confused because real oem is listing 2 part numbers (other places have more) for the left side when your looking into the trunk from the back.

    I have a 1999 Z3 roadster with cd player (it's on the right side though, care came pre-wired for it) and amp.

    Realoem.com part numbers for my car

    Here are the 2 part numbers:

    51478399493

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    51478401855 ( For vehicles with SA 672 = CD changer or SA 694 = CD changer preparation ONLY APPLIES TO E-M FOLDING TOP )

    Now, I don't know why it mentions CD changer because the wiring is on the right hand panel and I don't know what an E-M top, my top is just the manual top.

    Also, where do you guys get your OEM parts?

    Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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    i'm guessing E-M stands for Electically motorized top, instead of manually operated top. also just take out the panel you want to replace and look on the back of it, should be a white sticker on it with a part number...that will be what you need. i get stuff from Bavauto.

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    OEM Parts source

    I've used Pelican Parts quite a bit for OEM stuff, ordered just by part number.
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    Try huskerbmw.com (they're in Nebraska). Email or call and ask for Jeff Gomon. He's hooked me up with good deals on OEM stuff in the past.
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