03 04 Supercharged Mustang Cobra Fuel Level Sending Unit Dual Pump Hat Sender on 2040-parts.com
Coloma, Michigan, United States
Interchange Part Number:2R3V-AD
Manufacturer Part Number:2R3Z-9275-AA
New OEM Ford fuel sending unit with float arm for dual pump fuel hat .Direct replacement for 2003-2004 supercharger Mustang Cobra
AUCTION INCLUDES :
New fuel level sending unit with float arm
New OEM FORD parts
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