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I obliterated a ceramic SMD, how to find out what piece it is?

I am 99% sure that if you slap down the least expensive/most popular HC49/U 16MHz crystal and an appropriate size NP0 22pF capacitor it will work fine. There is nothing that requires extreme precision ...
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I obliterated a ceramic SMD, how to find out what piece it is?

Unfortunately the exact value of that capacitor cannot be known. Fortunately, that cap was a crystal loading capacitor for the Atmel CPU as shown. As mentioned in another answer, you can remove the ...
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I obliterated a ceramic SMD, how to find out what piece it is?

These are loading capacitors for the crystal. Apparently the crystal has been ripped away as well. So the more tricky part is probably finding the right crystal. What I would try to do: Find out what ...
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I obliterated a ceramic SMD, how to find out what piece it is?

It appears to be one of the load capacitances of the crystal which appears to be "removed": That and the one to its right have the same capacitance. Carefully remove the other capacitor to ...
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What is this shorted diode from a Bosch BMS for an eBike?

It is a FSS16 HE3 TRT* diode from FAGOR. I suggest HE3 suffix as you mentionned that your board is manufactured by Bosch (automotive). Explanation of the marking available here
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