Mercedes-benz C-class Engine Brain Box, 202 Type, 1996 on 2040-parts.com
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Condition and Options:202 Type, Electronic Control Module; (RH rear eng
MERCEDES MERCEDES C-CLASS [ENGINE_BRAIN_BOX] 202 Type, Electronic Control Module
Model: MERCEDES C-CLASS
Odometer: 1000 Miles
StockNumber: 00016136Part Details:
Comments: a0175456132 0261203524 ECU ECM Electronic Engine Control Computer Unit Module Brainbox
202 Type, Electronic Control Module; (RH rear engine compartment), C220, w/o electronic traction control
also fits the following models:MERCEDES C-CLASS 1995 - 1996 202 Type, Electronic Control Module; (RH rear engine compartment), C220, w/o electronic traction control
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