MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2009
Parts that work with MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Early 2009:
MacBook and MacBook Pro Unibody Plastic Feet
Replace the black plastic feet on the lower case of your Unibody MacBook or MacBook Pro.
Arctic Silver Thermal Paste
Forms a continuous, heat conductive layer between a processor and its heat sink. A new layer of thermal paste keeps your processor from overheating. 3.5 grams
MacBook and MacBook Pro (Non-Retina) SSD Upgrade Bundle
Upgrade the storage and improve boot time and read/write speed in your MacBook and MacBook Pro (Non-Retina) with this SSD upgrade bundle.
Arctic Silver ArctiClean
Two part cleaner dissolves old thermal paste on heat sinks and processors. One 30 ml bottle of thermal material remover and one 30 ml bottle of thermal surface purifier.
Apple MagSafe 1 AC Adapter
Replace a broken or damaged Apple MagSage 1 AC adapter with this part.
PC3-8500 4 GB RAM Chip
Replace or upgrade the RAM in your desktop, laptop, or game console for faster performance. Low Profile / 204 pin / 1066 MHz
Unibody Laptop Dual Drive
Increase the storage space in your laptop by replacing the optical drive with a second hard drive or SSD.
Silicone 2.5" Hard Drive Enclosure with USB 2.0 Cable
Turn any SATA 2.5" laptop hard drive into an external storage drive with this part.
Universal Drive Adapter
Turn your current hard drive into an external drive with this part.
500 GB 5400 RPM 2.5" Hard Drive
Replacement or upgrade hard drive compatible with all MacBooks, MacBook Pros, Intel Mac minis, and Sony PS3 and PS3 Slim game consoles. SATA interface for Intel Macs / 2....
A quiet processor speed bump and max RAM increase (to 8 GB) characterizes this version of MacBook Pro 15" Unibody.
The most common repairs with the Unibody Early 2009 model 15 inch MacBook Pro laptops are replacing a dead battery or upgrading the hard drive or RAM. The MBP 15" Unibody Early 2009 can use two 4 GB RAM chips for a total of 8 GB to maximize the performance of this notebook.
Once you've bought your parts and tools, check out iFixit's MacBook Pro 15" Unibody repair guides for step-by-step instructions on how to make the fix.