Mercedes Benz Bluetooth Adapter Interface Oem Qwy-ckiii-hfp B67875878 M/b on 2040-parts.com
Brooklyn, New York, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
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Return policy details:will charge 20% restocking fee
blue-tooth original module adapter. This adapter fits any 2005-2008Mercedes Benz
with the factory hands free communication system.
Please check your
vehicle for the connection of the module before bidding. Ask your local Mercedes dealer or go to link below to check phone compatibility before beating.
This module is a factory OEM Mercedes-Benz part.
Part number is
Compatible with the following vehicle
2005-2007 C Class
2005-2008 E Class
2005-2009 S Class
2007-2008 GL Class
2006-2008 M / ML Class
2006-2008 R Class
2005-2009 CL Class
2005-2009 CLK Class
2006-2008 CLS Class
2007-2008 G Class
2005-2008 SL Class
2005-2008 SLK Class
2005-2009 SLR Class
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