Part No. for 107 ?

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Hi,can anyone confirn a correct part number for me please?

I have a 1989 300sl with a/c and am looking to buy a new (oem) radiator which is showing part number 1075002603. The seller seems to think that its for 1986 - 89 420sl or 500sl with a/c. Is this also right for my car?

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your seller is correct. 1075002603 is for 500SL or 420SL


A1075002703 is the correct radiator for a 300SL
 

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Why not get your old one re cored
 
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Many thanks for the part number info.
 
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Re coring is sounding a more likely proposition. Thanks
 

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Re coring is sounding a more likely proposition. Thanks

i agree. a new rad for a 107 is around £600 iirc. mine has some suspect damage on it but currently doesnt leak and seems to be performing OK. re-coring is the avenue i will be taking if/when the time arrises to sort any issues. probably best to do this over the winter when the car is not in use (i assume), depening on why you're needing the radiator of course.
 


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