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Genuine Mercedes W124 Ignition Controller For W124 W201 200te 230e 190e 2.3 Nos! on 2040-parts.com

US $359.90
Location:

Wiesbaden, Germany

Wiesbaden, Germany
Condition:New Brand:Mercedes Benz Manufacturer Part Number:0075454832

You are bidding for a genuine Mercedes ignition controller for models W124 and W201. The ignition controller is NOS and NIB found in storage. The original packaging has some signs of wear and tear from lying in storage for 20 years but is intact. The ignition controller will fit the following models:

230CE 124.043
230TE 124.083
230E 124.023, 124.003, 124.004
190E 2.3 201.024
190E 2.3 201.028
200TE 124.081


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The ignition controller is a genuine Mercedes part Made in Germany!

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