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Intake Air Flow Meter Boot For Bmw E46 325ci 325i 330ci 330i 330xi M56 Engine Z3 on 2040-parts.com

US $14.00
Location:

Hangzhou, China

Hangzhou, China
Condition:New Brand:Aftermarket Products Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:13 54 1 438 759, 13541438759 Surface Finish:Aftermarket Interchange Part Number:13 54 1 438 759, 13541438759 Warranty:1 Year Other Part Number:13706057001

Intake Air Flow Mass Meter Boot For BMW 325Ci 325i 330Ci 330i 330xi M56 Engine Z3 

Part No: 13541438759

This part fits:
Year(s)MakeModel(s)Engine(s)
2005-2003BMW325Ci,325iL6-152ci 2.5L MFI
2005-2001BMW325Ci,325i,325xiL6-152ci 2.5L MFI
2006-2001BMW330CiL6 3.0L MFI
2005-2001BMW330i,330xiL6 3.0L MFI
2002-2001BMWZ3L6 3.0L MFI,L6 3.2L MFI,L6-132ci 2.2L MFI,L6-152ci 2.5L MFI

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