Audi A6 Heat/ac Controller W/o Navigation System; From 10/98, W/heated Seats on 2040-parts.com
Seattle, Washington, United States
Condition and Options:w/o navigation system; from 10/98, w/heated seats
AUDI AUDI A6 [HEAT/AC_CONTROLER] w/o navigation system; from 10/98, w/heated sea
Model: AUDI A6
Odometer: 1000 Miles
StockNumber: 00014227Part Details:
Comments: 4B0820043S Heater Air Conditioning Climate controls w/ heated seats
w/o navigation system; from 10/98, w/heated seats
also fits the following models:AUDI A6 2000 - 2002 w/o navigation system; w/heated seats
AUDI A6 1999 - 1999 w/o navigation system; from 10/98, w/heated seats
AUDI S6 2002 - 2002 w/o navigation system; w/heated seats
AUDI ALLROAD 2001 - 2003 w/o navigation system; w/heated seats
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