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Part numbers, where?

I am trying to locate the part numbers for my 2002 1.7cdti. I am told its either the heater control that is faulty (the 3 in a row on the dash) or the control flap. Where can I find the numbers so I can order before ripping the dash etc to pieces please. I tried registering with Lings but it wouldnt let me.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 17th January 2014, 17:14
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the heater control assembly part no is PFKL865022 and costs 973

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those pics dont have the part numbers , just realised !!
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Thanks for the reply, yes thats the control I want but am trying to find one used somewhere (the price of the original is the value of the car) and also the control flap. Theres some in ebay but they dont give the numbers and most wont even reply to you....
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Honda parts rarely have the part numbers printed on the actual item, so having a part number is a bit useless really.

PFKL865022 isn't a Honda part number.
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Thanks for that, can anyone recommend where I can buy them at reasonable prices please.
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Honda parts rarely have the part numbers printed on the actual item, so having a part number is a bit useless really.

PFKL865022 isn't a Honda part number.
No, that's a Lings Honda part number. Honda's code for that is 79600-S6F-E11
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Thanks, does anyone know the number for the 1.7cdti parts. Ive looked on ebay and they have for all other models. Is it a standard part for most cars?
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If someone can find it on Lings, then it is possible to convert the Lings numbers to Honda (e.g. when viewing the assembly you want, delete '_pfk' from the web address/URL).
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I'd just sign up for access to Lings drawings as they're super handy. It's only and email address and password you need to give them..

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You can access any and all Honda drawings and part numbers there
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