Q: Im trying to find a part number for a front right side cv axle for a 2001 Mercedes e320 4matic sedan

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Just bought a used car and need to replace the cv axle due to damage

My car has 259209 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Part # 210-330-10-01

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