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Ignition Coil Fits 1997-2004 Mitsubishi Montero Sport Beck/arnley on 2040-parts.com

US $78.30
Location:

Austell, Georgia, United States

Austell, Georgia, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Quantity Needed:1; SKU:143:178-8243 Other Part Number:C-553, E792, CLS1164, C1168, 52-1592, CUF197, 5161 Brand:Beck/Arnley Interchange Part Number:UF-197, UF-196, CUF196, 729 37017 800, 729 37009 Manufacturer Part Number:178-8243 NPS:D Product Description - Short - 20:IGNITION COIL PACK Placement on Vehicle:Left Product Description - Invoice - 40:IGNITION COIL PACK Fitment Footnotes:Coil Pack; Engineering Name:IGNITION COIL PACK UPC:Does not apply

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