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1996 Jeep Laredo Right Passenger Dash Glove Box Rear Trim Cover Panel Oem 24439 on 2040-parts.com

US $70.39
Location:

Sugar Land, Texas, US

Sugar Land, Texas, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:BUYER MUST PAY FOR SHIPPING BOTH WAYS. NO RETURN AFTER 14 DAYS OF PURCHASE. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Inventory ID:24439 Interchange Part Number:299.AM8396 Year:1996 Model:JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE Stock Number:60763 Brand:JEEP Part Number:24439

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 You Are Buying a Quality Used: Misc Interior Parts

 

COMPATIBILITY & FITMENT

Parts are only guaranteed to work in vehicles mentioned in "Item Condition" or "This Part May Also Fit" sections.

Compatibility interchange information is not guaranteed to be exact. Please contact us before buying.

 

Donor Vehicle

Year 1996
Make & Model JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
Stock# 60763
Placement

Item Condition

GRAY,DIRTY,SCUFFS 1996 JEEP LAREDO RIGHT PASSENGER DASH GLOVE BOX REAR TRIM COVER PANEL OEM

 

OEM Part Number

This part may also fit

PLEASE NOTE

RETURNS

SHIPPING

1. This is a used part. It will show signs of wear such as scuffs and scratches.

2. Used computer modules may require programming to work properly.

3. Please match part numbers before buying.

4. Radios do not come with security codes unless listed in description.

5. Bulbs are not included in the sale. If you receive one, it is not guaranteed to work.

6. All trims & parts are sold without clips & mounting hardware.

7. "Damaged" or "Parts only" items are sold AS-IS. No return or refund for such purchases.

 

We accept returns within 14 days of sale.

Returned item must be in original condition as it was shipped.

Warranty voided if hologram stickers or watermarks have been altered or removed.

Buyer MUST pay for shipping BOTH WAYS.

Refund will be issued through paypal after deducting original shipping charges.

Free shipping is only valid when buyer keeps the item.

Expedited shipping option includes insurance.


 

1. Shipping will take 5-8 business days.

2. Expedited shipping takes 3-5 business days.

3. Expedited shipping for small packages weighing less than 10 lbs and measuring less than 15x15x15 inches is $12.

4. Heavy and large items cannot be sent through expedited shipping.

5. All heavy and/or large items will be sent via truck freight service.

Business/ Commercial address & working Phone number is required for Heavy & Large item shipments OR can be picked up at truck terminals.

 

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