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4thgenceli
10-09-2012, 04:32 PM
89 Celica GTS.

I had part numbers 41336‑20011 and 41336‑32020 for the right/left side respectively. Getting some strange java error when looking them up the site. Are these still the right P/Ns?

Aaron Willis
10-09-2012, 05:55 PM
Those part numbers have both been superseded by 41336-02030, but the numbers you posted do work on our site; both of them simply roll over to 41336-02030. You do not generally have to worry about having the most current part number because our website and our internal parts system are designed to handle supersessions automatically. However, there are two other things that may be getting in the way.

First, for the time being, do not use the Multiple Part Number Search link. The multiple part number search is not fully functional. If we had the ability we would take it off the front page until it was working properly. Use the Search By Part Number bar only.

Second, when using the Search By Part Number bar to search by part numbers, DO NOT specify a vehicle. This gets in the way. It does not provide any benefit to you nor to us. Just leave it blank, please.

What happens when you paste either of those part numbers into the Search By Part Number box on the front page of our site, DO NOT select a vehicle, and hit the Search button?

4thgenceli
10-09-2012, 06:10 PM
Woot.

She works now :) I usually throw the car in I'm searching for. Another thing I was going to mention (looked like it's been fixed) is that the SSL certificate was expired.

CollapsedNut
10-09-2012, 06:12 PM
STFU Tim, stop telling Aaron how to be a boss, He done knows!

Aaron Willis
10-09-2012, 06:16 PM
I usually throw the car in I'm searching for.No no, please, don't do that. It doesn't help. In fact it only causes problems when the system tries to correlate the part numbers you have specified against the vehicle you have chosen. It's wrong more often than it's right, but like most ill-informed people, that won't prevent it from trying to argue with you. Better to just not give it the opportunity.



Another thing I was going to mention (looked like it's been fixed) is that the SSL certificate was expired.Oh, did they fix that? Excellent.



STFU Tim, stop telling Aaron how to be a boss, He done knows!You're kind. But I don't deal with the behind-the-scenes nuts and bolts of the site itself, other than messing with parts entries in the catalog. We have perfeshunnels for that stuff.