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01 Volkswagen Jetta Tcm Tcu Transmission Computer Module Oem on

US $45.00

Florence, South Carolina, United States

Florence, South Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Warranty:Other

01 Volkswagen jetta tcm tcu transmission computer module Oem.30 day warranty starting the day the part gets delivered.

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New Mercedes S Class Coupe caught on video ahead of production debut

Thu, 12 Dec 2013

New Mercedes S Class Coupe caught on video ahead of production debut The new Mercedes S Class Coupe – the coupe version of the 2014 Mercedes S Class and a replacement for the old Mercedes CL – arrived as a concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. And it looked very good. Now, with a debut of the production version of the S-Class Coupe likely to arrive at next month’s Detroit Auto Show, we have a quick look at the new S-Class Coupe on-road in a short spy video, albeit covered in the de rigeur swirly black and white camouflage.

Motortrend examines making of Kia’s Track’ster concept

Fri, 10 Feb 2012

Motortrend has included a comprehensive step-by-step guide exploring the process through which Kia built its Track'ster concept car in its April edition. The study, complete with a detailed photo timeline, tracks the progress of the concept vehicle from the original idea right the way through to the car's unveiling at the Chicago Auto Show. The Track'ster was originally pitched as a turbo four-cylinder all-wheel-drive sports car and is based on the production version of the Kia Soul, which was the company's second-best-selling vehicle of 2011.

Study: Distracted driving deemed socially unacceptable among young drivers

Wed, 17 Apr 2013

A new survey shows that young drivers think it’s socially unacceptable to drive distracted. This data is among the results of tiremaker Bridgestone Americas Inc.'s annual survey that polls more than 2,065 drivers aged 16 to 21 nationwide. Of those drivers, 80 percent said sending texts and emails is "unacceptable." But our distracted-driving epidemic isn't solved yet; 37 percent admit to still doing it.