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Bosch 028014053 Idle Control Air Valve. Fits Ferrari F355 355 F1 M5.2 P/n 162406 on 2040-parts.com

US $120.00
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Silver Spring, Maryland, United States

Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Bosch 028014053 Idle Control Air Valve. Fits Ferrari F355 355 F1 M5.2 P/N 162406, US $120.00, image 1
Condition:Used Other Part Number:Ferrari 162406 Manufacturer Part Number:0280140543 Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Manufacturer:Bosch Brand:Bosch

Bosch Idle Air Valve Regulator

Bosch P/N: 0280140543. Fits Ferrari F355 355 F1 with Motronic 5.2 MY1996+.

Out of my Ferrari 355 F1. Works perfectly and the item has been cleaned (see the pictures). Stable idle.

Ferrari P/N 162406.

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