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Bmw 3 Series Usb Interface Aux Jack Input E90 E92 E93 Oem on

US $39.99

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
Great working condition.
Brand:Factory BMW Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:61 31 9 189 175 Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy

Available is a USB/AUX socket removed from a '09 BMW M3.

Fits 2007-2013 BMW 3 series
       2008-2013 BMW M3

This USB/AUX socket was removed from the center console under the armrest.

Perfect to replace your damaged or inoperative socket at a great price.

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