Gm Wiring Connector Parts Kent Moore J-38125-605 on 2040-parts.com
Vermilion, Ohio, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Return policy details:Guaranteed to be as listed. Packages need to be returned unopened and complete.
Part Brand:KENT MOORE
Manufacturer Part Number:J-38125-605
This J-38125-605 was a kit from an ex-GM dealership. All packages are unopened. These packages are: 5- 15356665 TPA 50 way connector, 5- 15356810 TPA 64 way connector, 5- 15357143 TPA 73 way, 5- 15357161 TPA 56 way, 5- 15359061 TPA 56 way, 5- 15359196 TPA 16 way, 5- 15359537 TPA 52 way, 5- 15393131 TPA 72 way, 5- 15404970 TPA 8 way, 5- 15404997 TPA 48 way, 5- 15433830 TPA 10 way,
5- 15465038 TPA 14 way. The case is in good shape and only has light scratches.
However; we have sold our building and need to clean it out. So offers will be considered.
Thank you for looking.
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