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Jensen Sd1513 Aux In Usb 4x40w Faceplate Grey on 2040-parts.com

US $23.99
Location:

Columbus, Ohio, United States

Columbus, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Jensen Manufacturer Part Number:SD1513

FOR SALE IS A NICE USED JENSEN SD1513 AUX IN USB 4X40W FACEPLATE GREY
  
 ITEM IS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION. AS ITEM IS USED, IT MAY SHOW SIGNS OF USAGE, WHICH INCLUDES SCUFFS, SCRAPES, DIRT, GREASE AND MARKS. ALL WEARS AND TEARS ARE SHOWN IN PHOTOS. 

PAYMENT IS REQUIRED THROUGH PAYPAL WHEN ITEM IS PURCHASED.

 ITEM IS SHIPPED WITHIN ONE BUSINESS DAY. WE DO NOT PROVIDE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING.

WE HAVE A 30 DAY RETURN POLICY. OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY IS TO OFFER SUPERIOR SERVICE TO ALL OUR CLIENTS. 

AS THE BUYER, PLEASE ENSURE THAT ITEM FITS YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE PURCHASING. IF ITEM DOESN'T MEET YOUR EXPECTATION PLEASE CONTACT TO RECTIFY THE PROBLEM.

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