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Guangzhou,Guangdong, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded Country/Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:A2125420118 UPC:Does not apply Other Part Number:A2125420118 0263003617 PS212A118 LOT 918-068 Interchange Part Number:PS212A118 LOT 918-068 A 212 542 01 18 Surface Finish:High quality Type:PDC Parking Sensor Warranty:1 Year

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