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433 Mhz Opel/vauxhall Vectra C/signum Pcb Replacement With Pcf7946at on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Kaunas, Lithuania, Lithuania

Kaunas, Lithuania, Lithuania
Condition:New Type:Car Key Warranty:No Brand:Unbranded Country/Region of Manufacture:Lithuania Manufacturer Part Number:opel/vauxhall-001

New Remote 433 MHz Key internal board replacement with  PCF7946AT for Vauxhall/Opel and Vectra C/Signum


VAUXHALL/OPEL VECTRA C 2002 - 2008 
VAUXHALL/OPEL SIGNUM 2003 - 2008

After buying please leave comment what you need 2 or 3 buttons replacement board.

The key is new and unprogrammed. It must be programmed by a local locksmith . Please double check before buying if the key are identical as you have !


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