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99-03 Vw Golf Jetta Passat Remote Cd Player 1j0035119a Mm1524 on 2040-parts.com

US $110.00
Location:

Williamson, Georgia, United States

Williamson, Georgia, United States
Comes with a 30 day warranty!!! (Please see pics) Please make sure this part# matches your original part#. If not, chances are this model will not work in your vehicle! Please do not purchase based on your car being listed, because the same car can have many different sound systems and plugs. If you are not sure of your original part number call a dealership with your VIN and they can tell you the part# originally manufactured in your car. Thanks! Comes with a 30 day warranty!!! Has flaws, please see description and pics below for more details.
Brand:Volkswagen Country/Region of Manufacture:United States OE Spec or Performance/Custom:OE Spec Model:Golf, Jetta, Passat Manufacturer Part Number:1J0035119A VW:MM1524-58 Warranty:Other

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