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Jaguar part numbers

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I want to Identify a Jaguar part number from the wers number which is 2W93-18B876-AM. It is a CD player for the car. Any idea how to find it?
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Call your local Jaguar dealer parts dept. they should be able to translate the WERS number for you into the Jaguar part number

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