Front Corner Turn Signal Lights For 1998-2001 Isuzu Holden Rodeo Tf Tfr Pickup on 2040-parts.com
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front
Manufacturer Part Number:IS044
Country/Region of Manufacture:Thailand
Front Corner Turn Signal Lights For 1998-2001 Isuzu Holden Rodeo TF TFR
New: Aftermarket Product, Replacement Part
1 Pair (LH, RH) **NO bulb and wire**
Made in Thailand
** Please compare with your car year, model and shape before buying**
Isuzu Holden Rodeo TF TFR Pickup
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This Product is Aftermarket Product.
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