2007-2013 Tundra Sequoia Rear Dvd Video Tv Monitor Screen Overhead Flip Factory on 2040-parts.com
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Great condition, works 100%, Genuine Factory Toyota Rear Overhead Flip Down Monitor DVD/MP3/VIDEO Entertainment system with dome lights, color is light gray. Has minor normal wear and scuffs but nothing major. This came out of a 2011 Toyota Tundra & should work with Toyota vehicles listed below but please use model number for ensured fitment before you buy. Cost a fortune at Toyota Dealers, get it here cheap! Toyota model number 86680-34021-B0. Made in Japan. I accept all major credit cards through paypal.
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