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1985 89 Ford Throttle Position Sensor 4&6 Cylinder Engines - Walker 200-1018 on 2040-parts.com

US $42.95
Location:

Justice, Illinois, United States

Justice, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:WALKER PRODUCTS Manufacturer Part Number:200-1018 UPC:Does Not Apply

1985 89 FORD THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR 4&6 CYLINDER ENGINES - WALKER 200-1018

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UP FOR SALE IS THIS 1985 89 FORD THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR FOR 4 & 6 CYLINDER ENGINES. IT IS PRODUCED BY THE LEADER IN PRODUCTS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE MARKET WALKER PRODUCTS AND COMES WITH INSTRUCTIONS. SHIPPING FREE IN THE CONTINENTAL US  2001018

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