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Bmw E46 Preselect.lever Cover F Steptronic For 323,325,328,330 on

US $39.99

Carlstadt, New Jersey, US

Carlstadt, New Jersey, US


7060677 this item is  BMW E46 PRESELECT.LEVER COVER F STEPTRONIC  This item was removed out of 2002 325i. buyer is  responsible for the compatibility  of the item. We carry large inventory of used BMW parts. All parts are tested and in working condition. 


This Item  fits the Following cars:

E46Details on E46
E46 320i Sedan
E46 325Ci Convertible
E46 325Ci Coupe
E46 325i Sedan
E46 325i Touring
E46 325xi Sedan
E46 325xi Touring
E46 330Ci Coupe
E46 330Ci Convertible
E46 330i Sedan
E46 330xi Sedan

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This item is sold as is in working condition. All items are eligible for return under certain circumstances for example. Broken item due to shipping, customer is responsible for item insurance. All items must be returned within 3 business days of arrival. We can solve your problems just contact us. There are absolutely no returns on USED parts only. No exceptions.  

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