Bmw E39 E38 5 7 Series Ecu Mobile Car Phone D Network Handy Charging Electronics on 2040-parts.com
Baltic States, Sweden
Brand:ORIGINAL BMW ITEM
Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany
Manufacturer Part Number:84218370829 84.21-8 370 829 8370829 8 370 829
- BMW D NETWORK HANDY CHARGING ELECTRONICS
5 & M5 series E39 body, 02/1995 - 12/2003
7 series E38 body, 11/1993 - 07/2001
- OEM part number: 84218370829
alternate stock code: none
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- perfect working and visual condition
- ALL ITEMS COME FROM LOW MILEAGE PARTING CARS
- ALL ITEMS TESTED AND CHECKED FOR ERRORS, SO BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
ALL ITEMS HAVE 2 MONTHS WARRANTY, and they are labeled with warranty stickers before sending them. If these stickers are damaged, the warranty becomes void!
- GUARANTY to work! why pay more? please check our feedback - We have sold many of them!
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