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Need a part number ASAP please

Hi guys,
I need a part number for the Disco II 2000-2004 coolant bleeder screw. I want to take it with me before I fly to PR. I plan to replace water pump and I want to have another bleeder screw just in case. Don't have time to have it shipped.
Trying to get it at Napa locally. The PEI00010 does not come up. Is there another part number for it? A number that it crosses with? I thought it matched with BMW/Mini, but not sure.
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It's PYP100560

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It's PYP100560
Thanks Fery,
I was trying to find it on NAPA parts, but that number does not work.
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What's certain is that it's the correct LR part number, google it out and you'll see

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What's certain is that it's the correct LR part number, google it out and you'll see
Found it:
https://www.amazon.com/Proper-Spec-D.../dp/B07DVRH74Z

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ASIN = amazon standard identification number, while you asked for the part number

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ASIN = amazon standard identification number, while you asked for the part number
902-404 is the generic part number used by the manufacturer. Indy LR Part shops use PYP100560 so that you can only get it though them and LR official parts you have to purchase the entire top hoses. This 902-404 is the same bleeder screw used on BMW's from 1985-2009 and on Mini Coopers.
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902-404 is the generic part number used by the manufacturer....
This 902-404 is the same bleeder screw used on BMW's from 1985-2009 and on Mini Coopers.
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902-404 is the generic part number used by the manufacturer. Indy LR Part shops use PYP100560 so that you can only get it though them and LR official parts you have to purchase the entire top hoses. This 902-404 is the same bleeder screw used on BMW's from 1985-2009 and on Mini Coopers.
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I dont doubt that... i'm just insisting on what is this thread's title and what you asked in the first place
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I need a part number for the Disco II 2000-2004 coolant bleeder screw.
hence my exact reply about PYP100560
I'm glad you found what you wanted based on a ASIN though

i can't help myself when it comes to accuracy... SORRY

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