iPod Classic 160 GB Parts
Replacement parts for your iPod Classic 160 GB model to fix your broken iPod!
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iPod Classic 160 GB (Thick) Hard Drive
Replace a broken or damaged hard drive for your Thick 160 GB iPod Classic with this part.
iPod Video or Classic (Thin Case) Hard Drive Cable
Connects hard drive to logic board
iPod Classic (80 GB and 160 GB Thick) Logic Board
Replace a logic board (motherboard) compatible with the 80 GB or Thick 160 GB iPod Classic. Fix processing issues like unexpected shutdowns, reboots or water damage.
iPod Classic Click Wheel
Replace a broken or damaged click wheel for your iPod Classic with this part. This product does not include the button and can be identified by 821-0545-A printed on cabl...
iPod Classic Click Wheel Plastics (Silver)
Does not include electronics or button
iPod Classic Front Panel
Replace a broken or damaged front panel compatible with an iPod Classic with this part. This product does not include the click wheel.
iPod Classic Metal Framework
Replace the frame and rubber bumpers that hold the logic board and screen in place.
iPod Classic 120 GB Hard Drive
Replace a broken or damaged hard drive for your 120 GB iPod Classic with this part. This is a used, OEM part.
iPod Classic 80 GB Hard Drive
Replace a broken or damaged hard drive for your 80 GB iPod Classic with this part.
iPod Classic 160 GB (Thin) Hard Drive
Replace a broken or damaged hard drive for your Thin 160 GB iPod Classic with this part.
The "thick" version of 160 GB iPod Classic is the original larger-capacity Classic. Apple has since simplified the Classic line to offer only the "thin" version. In September 2009, a new thin 160 GB was introduced. If you are unsure which version you have (as some parts are not interchangeable between models), perform the following steps:
1) Locate the serial etched on the rear panel of the iPod
2) Go to Apple's Online Service Assistant and enter your serial number and country
3) Look at the text under the picture on the left. If it reads "iPod Classic," you have the thick version. If it reads "iPod Classic (Late 2009)," you have the thin version.
The iPod Classic is quite enigmatic to diagnose when problems occur. Use our iPod Classic troubleshooting guide to figure out what's wrong.
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