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Bwd Automotive Css123 Crank Position Sensor on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Mechanicsville, Virginia, United States

Mechanicsville, Virginia, United States
GOOD CONDITION
Brand:BWD Automotive Manufacturer Part Number:CSS123

THIS LISTING IS FOR A BWD CRANK POSITION SENSOR CSS123. WE PURCHASED A LARGE LOT OF CAR PARTS AT AUCTION. WE ARE SELLING MOST OF THEM AS USED, EVEN THOUGH THEY ARE IN THE ORIGINAL BOX, SINCE WE DO NOT KNOW THE HISTORY OF THESES ITEMS.

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