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1995-2000 Chrysler Sebring Cirrus Stratus Breeze 6 Disc Cd Changer Cartridge on 2040-parts.com

US $19.95
Location:

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago, Illinois, United States
1995-2000 Chrysler Sebring Cirrus Stratus Breeze  6 Disc CD Changer Cartridge, US $19.95, image 1
Fits many Chrysler models from 1995-2000 and is in great working condition.
Brand:Chrysler Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Disc Capacity:6 Manufacturer Part Number:4671095

This listing is for a Six Disc CD changer cartridge (also known as a magazine) for many 1995-2000 Chrysler models, both convertibles or sedans.   It was used extensively in the so called "cloud car" models as the Chrysler Sebring and Cirrus, the Dodge Stratus and the Plymouth Breeze.  It has been tested and works fine.  It is used in the #601 changers made by Alpine for the Chrysler Corp. so will work in the Alpine changer and in other makes of cars that use the Alpine changer.  See both sides of the changer in my photos to be sure it matches your existing one.  The cartridge is approximately 5" square.  Ask me any questions before purchasing one of my nice CD cartridges.   Please pay by PayPal within 4 days of your purchase.  Happy purchase! 

Note 1!!  I do not have the CD changer at this time but can probably find one by your request.  Let me know if you need one.


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