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12-15 Ford Focus Cooling Radiator Fan Control Unit Module 9k on 2040-parts.com

US $12.95
Location:

Versailles, Missouri, United States

Versailles, Missouri, United States
Came off a good running car with 9k miles. Nice condition
Manufacturer Part Number:1137328567 Brand:Bosch Placement on Vehicle:Right Other Part Number:1 137 328 567


DESCRIPTION

OEM cooling fan Control Unit Module OEMCame off a good running car with 9K miles


INTERCHANGE

This part will fit these makes and models with these options 
 
FOCUS 12-15



WARRANTY

This part comes with a 30-day money back guarantee


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