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post #1 of 7 Old Mar 20th, 2007, 2:56 pm Thread Starter
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I purchased the service CD from my local BMW dealer because I do all of the work on my Harley and thought I'd take a shot at doing the same for my LT. First, I did not notice when I purchased the CD, but it is for the 2004 model. Is there a newer CD out there?

Second, I am unable to find or understand how to find part numbers on the CD. I see a drawing and description of how to take something apart (or put it back together), but no part numbers. What am I missing? This has to be one of the worst organized things I've ever tried to work with.
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post #2 of 7 Old Mar 20th, 2007, 4:09 pm
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You can find part numbers on the online parts fiche, accessible here .

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Thanks, that looks much clearer and better labeled than the CD. That is a link to bookmark.
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Mine shows "12/2003".. and yes, it's the "current" one.. 01 79 0 309 672 Actually includes the 2005 models.

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I've had good luck with this one. It ask for the last seven digits of your vin number and I'd like to think it narrows the search down to your year and model. I always trust but verify.

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Mine shows "12/2003".. and yes, it's the "current" one.. 01 79 0 309 672 Actually includes the 2005 models.
Mine shows "1st Edition, 03/2004"

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