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I know how to fix but can not get the part number

I need to replace a stripped gear on the flip-up panel of my Pioneer AVH 6500. I do not know how find its part number? Do I need to buy the service manual?

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Go on the internet and put the model number in and put service manual infact ill get you the part number

the part your looking for are these

there are 4 cogs 2 the same size then a big cog and middle size

the 2 small cogs are 546-9954
the middle cog is 2416-9855
the big cog is 444-0097


all can be purchased at www.seme.co.uk you need to be company but i get stuff from there and just tell them you have a buisness i use blackpool car audio lol

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