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09g Transmission Service Fluid Filling Change Adapter Fits Vw Audi Vas6262-2 Atf on


CN, China

CN, China
Condition:New fit 1:for VW VAS6262-2 ATF Brand:Unbranded/Generic Color:Black Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply fit 2:for Audi VAS6262-2 ATF Material:Metal OEM NO.:VAS6262-2 Country/Region of Manufacture:China Length:10cm MPN:Does not apply UPC:728360624895

09G Transmission Service Oil Fluid Filling Adapter Change Fit for VW Audi VAS6262-2 ATF
  • Condition: 100% new
  • Color: Black
  • OEM NO.: VAS6262-2
  • Length: 10cm
  • Item included: 1x Transmission Service Oil Filling Adaptor
  • Compatible With: Fit for VW Audi VAS6262-2 ATF

    This Is Aftermarket Replacement Item But Not Genuine



1) Material: Metal

2) According to the original factory specifications.

3) Perfect match for the original car.

4) Easy installation.

5) Stable characteristics, high reliability.


On 08-Sep-16 at 01:33:06 EDT, seller added the following information:

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