Hyundai Stock Radio Cd Player Stereo! Model - H265kus, Great Condition!! on 2040-parts.com
Cleveland, Tennessee, US
HYUNDAI STOCK RADIO STEREO CD PLAYER!!
Model # - H265KUS
Part # - 96170-26303SF
It was removed from a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe.
It is the buyer's responsibility to know if this will fit in their car or not. Please check the make/models it is compatible with.
This is for the RADIO ONLY! What you see in the picture is all that is included, only the radio.
It has a CD Player & radio.
It was in working condition when rem0ved from my car so it does work.
It was only removed because I got a custom stereo.
It's clean, just a little dusty from sitting.
Will ship with a tracking number included.
*Item will ship immediately after cleared payment.
*Payment must be made within 24 hours of ending auction.
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