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Hello fellow members,

Can anyone help me to A source online, where I can Find the detailed drawings and corresponding part numbers for
The P38?
Tanks in advance,
Alex
 

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Sorry, the link to the Russin site is not working.....
Well, iT works but I am unable to read the strange russian symbols.

Anyone else out there with A better idea?
 

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MicroCat is the parts catalog from the dealer. I have various copies I have downloaded over the years. You can also purchase discs on eBay.
 

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lrcat.com is a version of Microcat that is online - it is in 'russian' but most of the titles are in English. Google translate does work aswell, but I get sick of the popups with the original russian text!

It also has exploded views of various parts, and lists of part numbers. Recently I've been using the allbrit.de site more as the list of part numbers is broken down a bit more to show superceded items.

I also have Microcat, but struggle sometimes to get it working properly because the date is after 2010 (and changing the system and BIOS clock every time I want to use it for a quick reference lookup isn't practical) - so I use the online versions most of the time now.

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I also have Microcat, but struggle sometimes to get it working properly because the date is after 2010 (and changing the system and BIOS clock every time I want to use it for a quick reference lookup isn't practical) - so I use the online versions most of the time now.

Marty
There are a couple of Microcat starter programs that automatically change the computer date to the date required by Microcat to run and then revert back to the normal date after a short period (20 seconds or so) after the program has fired up.

I have been using mine for years and never had any issues. Goggle will show you the way.
 

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Yeah, I had one of those installed, and it worked fine for awhile, and now when I try it, it changes the dates, but microcat still throws an error.

To be honest, I haven't had a lot of time to play about with it lately - it's another thing on the list though... I like the fact that I could put a VIN into microcat and get a list of all the options/colour codes, trim spec specific to that vehicle - which the online ones don't give.

Will be goggling it again for sure when I get some time!

Cheers,
Marty

There are a couple of Microcat starter programs that automatically change the computer date to the date required by Microcat to run and then revert back to the normal date after a short period (20 seconds or so) after the program has fired up.

I have been using mine for years and never had any issues. Goggle will show you the way.
 
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