Re: newer parts searches for Mopar parts?
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Re: newer parts searches for Mopar parts?



Did you try Len Dawson's mopar parts?  http://www.dpmotorparts.com/
He's got a whole lot of old parts, online catalog by part number also.
Good luck


On Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 11:30:53 AM UTC-7, 62-65-mail...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I know there are vendors that specialize on buying discontinued parts from dealerships and reselling. Mitchell Motors did
this for years for older Mopars like ours, (now called AMS Obsolete) http://www.amsnos.com/PS.aspx and you can search
places like  Factory Chrysler Parts https://www.factorychryslerparts.com/

Any suggestions to try for looking to find discontinued Chrysler parts? Trying to find Mopar Part No.: 4720348
LEVER-A/C VENT DEFROST DOOR

Thanks,
Gary H.

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