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Gm Electrical Wiring Repair Kit 86, 87, Radio Receiver Olds Cadi Pon on

US $11.99

Utica, Michigan, US

Utica, Michigan, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details:Return unopened and not used for refund. Please contact seller 1st. No returns if used on non GM compatible car/truck or radio. Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Part Brand:GM Manufacturer Part Number:12043587 Placement on Vehicle:Front Country of Manufacture:United States Radio, Speaker, Clock conn.:Plastic plug with copper wire pigtail

New GM Electrical Wiring Repair Kit, part 12043587, for Radio Receiver. 1986 & 1987 GM cars and trucks(may possibly fit other years). This kit has 6 plastic connectors  with copper wire pigtails that connect to the radio, it's clock  & speakers. It is an original GM Made in USA  part kit as shown in the pictures, unopened and in original package with wiring instructions. Only what is seen in the pictures is for sale and one kit per sale.

 I pack well and ship fast, this item ships in a bubble envelope 1st class to your mail box. If you would like it boxed and shipped message me and when order is placed and let me send an invoice, I will add one dollar for extra weight and box.

I would guess you could use this kit on any car that you were using a GM Radio Receiver in(keeping correct year of the GM radio in mind). Please bid or buy only if you know this kit is compatible. I have more if needed and I am willing to discount on multiple purchase, if so  message me. Thanks

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