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90 91 92 93 Mazda Miata Mx5 1.6l Oem Mass Air Flow Sensor Maf on

US $54.00

Gretna, Nebraska, United States

Gretna, Nebraska, United States
Condition:Used Brand:MAZDA Warranty:Unspecified Length Manufacturer Part Number:B6S7 13 210A Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Other Part Number:DOHC NA MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR MAF Country of Manufacture:Japan Placement on Vehicle:Front UPC:Does Not Apply

From a good running 92 Mazda Miata 1.6.

Used auto part with normal cosmetic imperfections
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