2003 Acura Tl Oem Bose Eq Equalizer Control Module 1945860030968594 on 2040-parts.com
Hazleton, Pennsylvania, United States
2003 Acura TL OEM BOSE Equalizer Control Module
- EQ MOD ASSY
This EQ MOD ASSY is from a 2003 Acura TL 3.2L V6. It may work with other models, please research compatibility if this is for a different vehicle.
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I am currently listing parts taken from a 2003 Acura TL that I am parting out. If there is anything you need for this vehicle, even if it is not listed eBay, send me a message with the part(s) that you need. The vehicle was in great shape, except for a transmission problem.
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