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i30 N Drawings and part numbers online

Bu11eT

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interestingly enough I have yet to find a site, which gives you the full part number on the graphic itself. Have only found a few ones offering these "codes" in combination with a mapping table
 

Welsh i30N

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My local dealership (who are crap LOL) won't give out part numbers. I assume its to stop you tracking down the same part for half the price. for instance the turbo on my friends IX35 was nearly 3 times the cost of the same part sourced from a national parts supplier, exactly the same part. Hyundai dealership wanted nearly £2500 (£125 per hour labour) and local garage £700 fitted with oil change. Main dealers would never rip you off would they? LMAO
 

loafer-N77

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interestingly enough I have yet to find a site, which gives you the full part number on the graphic itself. Have only found a few ones offering these "codes" in combination with a mapping table
I use this one:

i30N Parts List

If you hover the cursor over the code on the diagram it gives you the part number and description. Best I've found so far....
 

HeatzZ

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Anyone got an idea what TTX and TRY on the end of the part numbers stand for?
I know it probably is color coding but which one is which ...
 

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Anyone got an idea what TTX and TRY on the end of the part numbers stand for?
I know it probably is color coding but which one is which ...
TRY is the interior colour code/spec for the i30N, at least it is for my UK car.
 

loafer-N77

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For those that aren't aware, a good way of finding out a lot of your car spec is to do the following:

Got to https://service.hyundai-motor.com/euro5/login.tiles

Create an account (its free to do)

Then enter your VIN in the box shown:

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This will then give your a huge data 'dump' about your car including all fitted accessories, trim codes, engine/transmission numbers etc.

You can then copy and paste into excel or similar to keep it for reference later

Partial snap shot mine for ref:
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