For Ford Kuga/escape Car Led Daylight Daytime Lights Kit Turn Signal Lamp Drl on 2040-parts.com
1.Super bright with high quality LED bulbs over 50,000h life span.
2.Modern appearance to make your carattractive
3.Easy installation and perfect match.
5.Factory direct sell to save your money.
1 x Left DRL
1 x Right DRL
1 x Controller and wires
1 x Product Manual
1.If the product is damaged during the shipping, pls refuse to sign and contact us
2.If the product does not suitable for your love car, please contact us and send it
back. We will give you a refund.
3.The product is one year warranty.
4.Buyer should be responsible for any duties,tax and customs charges of your country.
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