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parts diagrams + parts search by frame number

Discussion in 'Honda Acty' started by shogun, May 12, 2016.

  1. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    As the Japanese domestic cars parts diagrams are based on frame number and not the VIN, it is difficult to find spare parts lists based on this.
    Here is a link where you can change between VIN and frame number search.
    For example my Honda Acty truck has the Frame number HA3-2330294
    and there are the parts then.
    Language is of course Japanese, as it is a domestic model, but by the diagrams and part numbers you can then find the part somewhere, just search then with google for the part numbers, as this dealer sits somewhere in the middle east.

    One more link for car parts search http://www.catcar.info/en/

    Hope that helps
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2016
  2. shogun

    shogun Active Member

  3. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    Another link, includes Honda Acty Truck and Honda Acty Van, built years 1983, 1986, 1987
    Auto parts catalogs
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2017
  4. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    Megazip.net is a great resource too. Seems all translated. I bought a visor and an interior door handle from them for my Carry and it took a while to get parts, but they were reasonable.. I couldn't get parts from Partsouq. Everything came up as did not exist. Partsouq is much quicker though.. I buy JDM Subaru stuff from them a bit, and it takes 3-7 days to my door shipped Via Fedex
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  5. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Active Member

    Megazip seems to have everything but are so very slow on delivery, I have received faster service from jp-carparts.com. Megazip will accept payment by CC whereas I had to send funds by Western Union to jp-carparts so it's kind of a compromise whichever way one goes about obtaining parts.

  6. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    I used JP Carparts to get my Subaru Forester S/TB STI badge and they just accepted Paypal linked to my CC
  7. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    Last edited: Nov 13, 2017
  8. shogun

    shogun Active Member

  9. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    Search by part number: here you can find out in which other Honda cars or bikes the same number is used. So when you found a part number for your truck in the EPC, copy that and paste here
    I was looking for a bolt on my transmission and here I found that even a motorbike dealer might have stock, as also used on some other Honda vehicles.
  10. Lee17

    Lee17 Member

    You’re a wizard shogun
  11. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    and here another good one, VehiclePartsDatabase , when you found in the car EPC the OE part number, use that and paste it here in the search under passenger cars or select the car model, as an example I have selected from my BMW the p/n 12311738351
    and all the fitting aftermarket parts will be shown http://www.vehiclepartsdatabase.com/search/12311738351 , in this case the BMW part number is originally a 140A Bosch alternator p/n 0 120 465 031
    and it shows where it fits on all models: BMW: 3 Compact, 3 Convertible, 3 Coupe, 3 Saloon, 3 Touring, 5 Saloon, 5 Touring

    Please select a vehicle type to browse vehicles and parts... http://www.vehiclepartsdatabase.com/
    The Acty is not listed, but if you know the Acty part number, use the search and that will show you on which other Honda the same part was used http://www.vehiclepartsdatabase.com/vehicles/allprivateroadvehicles/honda
    So maybe your local Honda dealer has even some Acty parts on stock without knowing it.
  12. DWils

    DWils Member

    Thanks shogun for all the information!
  13. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    In case you want to import directly parts from Japan, one of the major auction houses here is not Ebay, but the Japanese version of Yahoo. This is of course in Japanese language, but there is a online service which will bid for you and arrange for overseas shipment of the parts, the fees are resonable
    Aleado, Japan deputy services for Bidding on Japan auction & import from Japanese online shop. Yahoo http://yahoo.aleado.com/
    how to buy http://yahoo.aleado.com/buy_en.htm
    Rakuten is the biggest one, they also have a English version, here a direct link to Rakuten Global Market Honda Acty parts https://global.rakuten.com/en/search/?tl=0&k=honda acty &l-id=search_regular
  14. Bert Stevens

    Bert Stevens Member

  15. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    For Singapore: in case you have the parts numbers, try to compare prices with Monotaro Singapore, they ship directly from Japan and are usually cheaper than dealer prices, originally from Japan. they now have a English website for South East Asia, and ship from Japan to S-pore and more countries
    Bangladesh / Bhutan / Brunei Darussalam / Cambodia / Cook Islands / East Timor / Fiji / Indonesia / Kiribati / Lao People's Democratic Republic / Malaysia / Maldives / Marshall Islands / Micronesia, Federated States of / Mongolia / Myanmar (Burma) / Nauru / Nepal / Pakistan / Palau / Papua New Guinea / Philippines / Samoa / Singapore / Solomon Islands / Sri Lanka / Taiwan / Thailand / Tonga / Tuvalu / Vanuatu / Vietnam

    I am buying a lot from them here in Japan

    Wiring diagram in Japanese: ask a Honda dealer in S-pore if they can get one for you, even if the truck is not sold in S-pore, but they might be able to arrange.
  16. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    Here another link for parts directly shipped from Japan https://en.impex-jp.com/ check in one of the above parts catalogues for the correct part number and paste it into the search then on the website,
    new genuine spare parts for your Japanese vehicle , Japan-based company supplying spare parts worldwide
  17. MO Acty

    MO Acty New Member

    Thanks for all the links!
    Love having options.

    Thumbs up for Amayama.
    A couple weeks ago I ordered my left side drivetrain mount from them.
    No one could touch their price including shipping.
    Speaking of shipping? Outstanding.
    I had the brand new Honda part on my doorstep seven days from the day I placed the order.
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  18. shogun

    shogun Active Member

    copied from the Mitsubishi section in our forum:
    Try https://www.amayama.com/en I've always found my parts there.
    If not I've found them using http://buyee.jp/ (useful tool for getting stuff out of Japan Yahoo Auctions when seller refuses to ship overseas).

    Amazon.co.jp quite often has parts even for older kei vans/trucks.

    https://www.megazip.net/ besides offering the part numbers via the VIN number also offers the parts themselves, but I've noted they sometimes have severe inflation on the price
    http://partsfan.com/ can help finding Japanese retailers that still sell the part, and gives you a parts list for your vehicle that is far more accurate than the megazip one, you can register to get unlimited viewing rights(otherwise after certain amount of pages visited it gives you a error about having reached your quota, and that you need to register).

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