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Any way to tell what year it was made?

I bought an MPL slave cylinder for my 748/996. It includes a spacer for 1999 motors that you don't install in newer motors. I bought a motor from a guy on here

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And I never knew what year it was as it was newly rebuilt. Is there any way I can tell?SB5X005779 is the serial number on the bottom of the motor.,,

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I am about to replace the clutch slave cylinder with anew one please provide the procedure and include the hydraulic bleeding procedure


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  9. If removed, install the air intake duct.
  10. Connect the negative battery cable.
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