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Old 02-13-2017, 10:57 PM   #1
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Having trouble finding this part for my 2008 Astra part # 24462246. Anyone have a similar problem trying to find this axle shaft

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Old 02-14-2017, 08:32 PM   #2
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Assume you tried a local GM dealer?

It does show as discontinued on a number of re-seller part sites online. I do see several of them on eBay that are still available.

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Old 02-15-2017, 12:32 AM   #3
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Having trouble finding this part for my 2008 Astra part # 24462246. Anyone have a similar problem trying to find this axle shaft
I found your part number at the website linked below. That axle is for an automatic transmission, right hand side. I checked several other OE part websites, but none of them listed the axle part number you're seeking.

http://gmpartsheadquarters.com/2008-...oints-IM08255/

You might also consider a reman. axle from Detroit Axle. They have the least expensive price available. Shipping is usually free for both the new part and the core.

https://detroitaxle.com/

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Old 04-07-2018, 10:52 AM   #4
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I am also looking for this part and sent an Email to https://detroitaxle.com/
I will update when I hear back from them. our cars are only 10 years old getting parts shouldn't be so difficult.

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......our cars are only 10 years old getting parts shouldn't be so difficult.
The fact is, lamentably, that the Astra's sales in North America were rather low. From '08 to '10 they totaled only 18,291 in sales (a mere 25 were sold in 2010). This accounts for the relative dearth of replacement parts available for the Astras on our side of the Atlantic in both the OE and aftermarket. It's an unfortunate fact of the market place which afflicts cars with low sales and which share very little in common with other car lines sold by their manufacturer.

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