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2005-2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Battery on 2040-parts.com

US $600.00
Location:

Kent, Washington, United States

Kent, Washington, United States
Condition:Used Chemistry:Lithium

Got it as an extra battery for my Ford Escape but don't need it.  The battery works as its supposed to, tested it on the car.

Message me with any questions. Local pickup only since its to expensive to ship. If you have a way to ship it your welcome to message me and we can figure that out.

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