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2006-2012 Ves Chrysler/dodge/jeep Ir Wireless Remote 05064073ae Oem "new" on 2040-parts.com

US $42.95
Location:

Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States

Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:05064073AE Brand:VES Dodge

NEW VES IR Wireless Remote for 2006-2012 Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep, various applications.

Should fit the following:

2006-2012 Chrysler 300, 2007-2010 Chrysler Aspen, 2006-2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser, 2006-2010 Chrysler Pacifica, 2006-2012 Chrysler Town and Country, 2006-2012 Dodge Avenger, 2006-2010 Dodge Caliber, 2006-2010 Dodge Challenger, 2006-2010 Dodge Charger, 2006-2010 Dodge Dakota, 2006-2012 Dodge Durango, 2006-2012 Dodge Grand Caravan, 2006-2012 Dodge Magnum, 2007-2012 Dodge Nitro, 2006-2012 Dodge Ram Pickup 1500, 2006-2012 Dodge Ram Pickup 2500, 2006-2012 Dodge Ram Pickup 3500, 2007-2012 Jeep Commander, 2007-2012 Jeep Compass, 2006-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2006-2012 Jeep Liberty, 2007-2012 Jeep Patriot

Buyer is responsible for making sure this fits their application.

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