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Bendix King Kln 89b on

US $300.00

Manitou Springs, Colorado, United States

Manitou Springs, Colorado, United States
Screen flickers.
Brand:Bendix King Manufacturer Part Number:KLN 89B

Bendix King KLN 89B GPS removed from 1997 Cessna 172.  We removed the factory unit from 97 and installed a KLN 94 so no try or wiring is included.  The GPS unit works fine but the screen flickers and is very hard to read, it will need to be replaced.  Included is the GPS unit, Pilots guide, POH supplement and data card.  If the screen is replaced it will make a great IFR GPS again. 

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