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Ignition Knock (detonation) Sensor-sensor Original Eng Mgmt Ks31 on 2040-parts.com

US $27.54
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Azusa, California, United States

Azusa, California, United States
Ignition Knock (Detonation) Sensor-Sensor Original Eng Mgmt KS31, US $27.54, image 1
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually SKU:OEM:KS31 Interchange Part Number:8-10456-288-0, KS7, KS7T, S8012, 5S2158, 71-6526 Brand:Original Engine Management Other Part Number:SU154, 29016, 32000, 2-KS31, DR1009, 1904-98541 Manufacturer Part Number:KS31 Product Description - Short - 20:Sensor-Knock (Detonation) UPC:Does not apply

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