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2000-2003 Oem Cadillac Deville Right Side Front Seat Air Bag Black on

US $19.99

East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, United States

East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:airbag Surface Finish:factory Interchange Part Number:latch Warranty:Yes Other Part Number:air bag Type:receiver Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front

Selling 2000 Cadillac DeVille Right Front Seat (passenger's side) Air Bag. Black In Color. Looks To Also Fit 2001 2002 2003.                                                                                                    Local Pickup Ok. I'm In Abington Ma 02351. 1/2 hour below Boston Ma. Any ? Call Me Shop 781-878-9656 ask for Warren or Cell 781-820-8460.

Returns; Please let me know right away that you have a problem and I will try my best to either send you the same item or refund your money. To get a refund you must first send me back the item I sent you and then I will refund your money. I will always try to please the customer so please before you give a negative feedback contact me first. Thanks for looking

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