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Jeep V8 Air Bypass Diverter Valve 3230822 304 360 401 Emissions Cj J10 Cherokee on 2040-parts.com

US $35.00
Location:

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:3230822


Storks Auto   Jeep parts  Bernville Pa

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This is a used part pulled off a Jeep CJ (J71) . This is Diverter valve # 3230822 with the 3 hoses that attach to it this is off a V8 Jeep.  I do not know how to test this it is just a used take off.

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