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I did a search on here and found that someone in the US was looking for one of these. Part A203 545 1003. Not sure if that's for the whole thing though. I just need the plastic positive terminal cover. It had lost a pin on it already but I took it off yesterday to charge the battery but didn't put it back on again and then did a 20 mile journey. Image below from my previous car. I suspect I would need to buy the whole part. Anybody in the UK tried to find one ?

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they usually not sold separately..

i will use my vin 2009 n check for you

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you lucky! item 20?

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A 001 546 08 35
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Actually Jeff - I think that part is for the battery terminal cover rather than the pre fuse box on the drivers side. The one that allows you to charge without needing to take the battery cover off.
 

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thought so... let me look again
 

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FOUND IT!!!!!

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call up mb and ask :D
 

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Just a thought, but if you have a 3D printer or a friend with a 3D printer, you could make the cover out of whatever. Probably PETG, PC, or maybe TPU.
I print things that are missing from my car all the time. I printed rear mudflaps and a bunch of plastic retainer clips.
 

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Just a thought, but if you have a 3D printer or a friend with a 3D printer, you could make the cover out of whatever. Probably PETG, PC, or maybe TPU.
I print things that are missing from my car all the time. I printed rear mudflaps and a bunch of plastic retainer clips.
Hopefully it shouldn't be too much for the OE part but I'll post it on here for any others that may need it as those plastic pins that hold it in place are not very robust. I don't have a 3D printer sadly. No friends either 😂 Well not where I've just moved to.
 

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great AS i posted in post #8 & #10
 
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