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Bmw X3 Engine Brain Box Electronic Control Module; 2.5l 04 05 on

US $110.00

Seattle, Washington, United States

Seattle, Washington, United States
Condition:Used Tag Number:0000017840 Model:BMW X3 Stock Number:00015228 Condition and Options:Electronic Control Module; 2.5L Brand:BMW Mileage:1000 Year:2004

BMW BMW X3 [ENGINE_BRAIN_BOX] Electronic Control Module; 2.5L 04 05

Donor Vehicle:

Model: BMW X3
Year: 2004
Odometer: 1000 Miles
StockNumber: 00015228

Part Details:

Comments: 7536970 ECM ECU Electronic Engine Control Computer Unit Module Brainbox

Interchange Information:

Electronic Control Module; 2.5L

also fits the following models:BMW X3 2004 - 2005 Electronic Control Module; 2.5L

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