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2004 04 Hyundai Santa Fe Factory Owners Manual on

US $9.99

Oregon City, Oregon, United States

Oregon City, Oregon, United States

  This is an experienced part so there may be some scuffs or minor marks from usage. This was in good working order when pulled from the vehicle.

This auction is for Factory Owners Manual as shown.

Pulled From: 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe  

Fitment is the responsibility of the buyer please verify fitment before bidding.

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