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US $3.26
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Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou, China
Condition:New Interchange Part Number:For Kia Forte Koup Rio Hyundai Azera Veloster Brand:POSSBAY Other Part Number:H7 retainer clip bulb holder, For Hyundai Elantra Carens Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Placement on Vehicle:Front,Left,Right, Product Name:Bulb Holder Surface Finish:New Fitment:Universal fit for Hyundai Elantra with H7 bulb Warranty:90 Day Color:Black Type:For H7 HID Bulbs Holders Material:High quality ABS plastic Ballast Included:No Quantity:2pcs UPC:Does not apply

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