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84-88 Fiero Cruise Control Vacuum Tank on 2040-parts.com

US $30.95
Location:

Manchester, Connecticut, United States

Manchester, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:65753 Warranty:1 Year Brand:The Fiero Store UPC:Does not apply

If your cruise control does not function properly, then your original cruise canister may be rusted and no longer holding vacuum. The Fiero Stores aftermarket canister is a direct replacement for the OEM cruise control vacuum canister located in your engine compartment. This direct fit canister includes the one-way vacuum valve

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