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Old 23 May 2005, 09:23 am
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Default How do I identify my current wheels?

I have a 2001 Limited Edition - 16 " Chrome wheels. One of them has become damaged and needs to be replaced. I have gone thru all my paper work and cannot find the actual part number for the wheel. WHile I love my car, it has 90,000 miles on it, and I don't want to invest in a full price replacement - I plan to trade the car in next year on a GT.

I have the following part numbers on a dealer invoice from the service dept, but I don't find anything doing a google search

fp 4656674-AB

and 22001005 E

I am trying to find a replacement wheel from a salvage yard in the Southeast, but I need to be able to identify it.

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 23 May 2005, 02:55 pm
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OK - I have found that I believe this is the 16X6 Chrome/aluminum 5 spoke without dimples. Does this sound right? I've found one on ebay, which I will bid on if I get confirmation
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Old 23 May 2005, 03:14 pm
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Sounds possible. Why not email seller and ask?
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If you are looking at Item number: 7976129834 that's the right wheel if yours don't have the dimples. A word of caution -- This listing states that the wheel has been re-conditioned, but doesn't say what was wrong with it. The wheel is also missing the center cap and lug nuts that you will need to buy.
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So it was probably found on the side of the road.
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quote:Originally posted by Jeff V

So it was probably found on the side of the road.
Hey that just like a FORD.
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Old 03 Jun 2005, 03:11 pm
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The part number for the Chrome 16" wheels without dimples is 4656674AB.
I just got a set of 4 from my dealer for $300.
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