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2002-2008 Mini Cooper A/c Heater Blower Motor 08 67326935371 R50 R52 R53 on 2040-parts.com

US $39.00
Location:

Tampa, Florida, United States

Tampa, Florida, United States
This is a Factory OEM Mini Cooper used part with a 30 day guarantee! Please see the pictures for the actual item and verify fitment by the part number!
Brand:Mini Cooper Manufacturer Part Number:67326935371 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Other Part Number:BHMCC08 Interchange Part Number:67326935371 Warranty:Yes

2002-2008 Mini Cooper A/C Heater Blower Motor 08 67326935371 R50 R52 R53

2002-2008 Mini Cooper A/C Heater Blower Motor 08 67326935371 R50 R52 R53

Fits:

2002-2006 Mini Cooper Hatchback and S (R50, R53)

2005-2008 Mini Cooper Convertible and S (R52)

  • OEM Part # 67 32 6 935 371 (67326935371)
  • Please verify fitment to your vehicle by the part number!

Please see the pictures of the actual item you are purchasing!

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Guarantee:

All used parts carry a 30 day guarantee from the original invoice date.

If a part is defective with in the 30 day guarantee, please contact us for return directions. The defective part can be returned for an exchange or refund.

All new parts carry a 1 year guarantee from the original invoice date.

If a part is defective with in the 1 year guarantee, please contact us for return directions. The defective part can only be exchanged for the same part, no refunds.

All new parts under 'Performance Parts' carry their own manufacturers guarantee. Please contact us for more details on specific manufacturers guarantees.

Engines & Transmissions:

The buyer has 30 days from the original invoice date to initiate a return. Both the original and the return shipping will be paid by the buyer. The engine and/or transmission must be in the original condition as listed in the photos. Any disassembly voids the guarantee.

All guarantees are void on international purchases.

Performance Parts, Product Disclaimer

Some of the performance products offered on our site are for off-road use only. It is the responsibility of the customer to check with all federal, state local and environmental laws prior to ordering and installing a product. NTL Auto, LLC. DBA ALLMAG Auto Parts is not responsible for any fees, fines or costs that a customer may incur as a result of failing to check with federal, state, local or environmental laws prior to ordering and installing a product.

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