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08-10 Toyota Highlander Oem Jbl Harman Becker Amplifier 86280-0w280 on

US $361.00

Spring, Texas, United States

Spring, Texas, United States
Condition:Used Brand:JBL HARMAN/BECKER Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Model:86280-0W282

MODEL. 86280-0W282


Will Fit and Work In:

2008 - 2010 Toyota HIGHLANDER

 Note: This amplifier is ONLY for the JBL Premium Sound System. If you do not have this sound system this amp will NOT work for you. 

You Must match the part number of the amplifier you are replacing with the part number Amp you are removing. 

Please make sure is the right one. 




Please check the item description and condition details carefully prior to making a purchase. Always check numbers and photos to compare the item. We try to put all description as we found. It is the buyer's responsibility to check the product as soon as it arrives and inform us of any issues within 10 business days of the receipt. Any requests or claims after 10-day period will be denied. 


Is The buyers responsibility to pay any charge for dealer service.



Shipping and handling charges are not refundable.  The  return shipping charge is buyer's responsibility.  All packages that are returned to us have to mail in the same way it is wrapped before, if any damage occur during shipping back, we do not offer a refund,  please make sure you wrap the item in the right way.  20% Restocking Fee applies to all returns for refund. We put void labels on the item, once we received the item back and we found out the label was removed we do not do a refund.      


Please note that we only accept PAYPAL.  Payment is required within 24 hours of making your purchase. Items will ship the same day or within 24 hrs of full payment "with the exception of Sundays and Holidays".   

We do not ship outside of USA. 


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