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Jaguar Xj8 Radio, Excellent Conditon And Tested 00 01 02 03 on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, US

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:14 Days Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

2002 - 2007 DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP (MANY MODELS) P56038589AK

AM/FM RADIO WITH CD CODE RBK

 

Model: DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP

Year:  2002 - 2007


StockNumber: 28900772


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ALL TRANSMISSIONS AND ENGINES HAVE BEEN TESTED BY OUR STAFF AND ARE GUARANTEED TO BE FULLY FUNCTIONAL UPON ARRIVAL.

 

ALL AUTO PARTS SOLD BY JONESTOWN AUTO CENTER COME WITH A 90 DAY PARTS ONLY WARRANTY, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ELECTRICAL ITEMS.

 

SHIPPING IS COMPLETED THROUGH A PROVIDER OF OUR CHOICE.  WE ONLY CHARGE THE ACTUAL AMOUNT OF SHIPPING TO OUR CUSTOMERS THAT WE PAY.  LARGE ITEMS SUCH AS ENGINES AND TRANSMISSIONS ARE SHIPPED VIA FREIGHT AND REQUIRE A COMMERCIAL LOCATION FOR DELIVERY.  PICK-UP AT THE CLOSEST FREIGHT TERMINAL IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS WELL AS PICK-UP AT OUR LOCATION FOR LOCAL BUYERS.

 

JONESTOWN AUTO CENTER HAS BEEN IN BUSINESS FOR 7 YEARS AS A NATIONWIDE DISTRIBUTOR OF QUALITY USED AUTO PARTS AT VERY COMPETITIVE PRICES.  WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS AND WILL WORK HARD TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR PURCHASE.

 

 


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