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1985-90 Toyota Pickup 4 Cyl Distributor W/vacuum 22r Engine Oem on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Anaheim, California, United States

Anaheim, California, United States
Good used condition.
Brand:OEM Toyota Inventory ID:DTP84 Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:19100-35140 Surface Finish:Distributor w/Cap Other Part Number:029100-8801 Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Interchange Part Number:Toyota 22R

*Up For Sale*

1984-90 Toyota Pickup 22R distributor with vacuum.

Distributor is in good working condition. Part was tested before being removed.

Distributor pictured will be the one shipped.

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