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Ignition Coil Hitachi Igc0057 Fits 93-97 Subaru Impreza 1.8l-h4 on 2040-parts.com

US $69.97
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Azusa, California, United States

Azusa, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Interchange Part Number:22433-AA360, UF-160, 52-1525, C1058, 2505-309589 SKU:HIT:IGC0057 Other Part Number:CM12-100A, 5C1273, E624 Brand:Hitachi Manufacturer:Hitachi Manufacturer Part Number:IGC0057 Life Cycle Status Code:2 Harmonized Tariff Code (HTS):8511300080 UPC:00840151011322 National Popularity Description:Last 5% of Product Group Sales Value Fitment Footnotes:Grade Actual Oe Part; Harmonized Tariff Code (Schedule B):8511300080 Quantity Needed:1; National Popularity Code:D

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