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Mercedes-benz C-class Heat/ac Controller, 203 Type; C320, Us Market 02 03 04 on

US $85.00

Seattle, Washington, United States

Seattle, Washington, United States
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Heat/AC Controller, 203 Type; C320, US market 02 03 04, US $85.00, image 1
Condition:Used Tag Number:0000012344 Model:MERCEDES C-CLASS Stock Number:00015098 Condition and Options:203 Type; C32, US market Brand:MERCEDES Mileage:1000 Year:2003


Donor Vehicle:

Year: 2003
Odometer: 1000 Miles
StockNumber: 00015098

Part Details:

Comments: 2098300285 Heater Heat Air Conditioning AC Controller Controls defrost auto

Interchange Information:

203 Type; C32, US market

also fits the following models:MERCEDES C-CLASS 2002 - 2004 203 Type; C32, US market
MERCEDES C-CLASS 2005 - 2005 203 Type; C55, US market
MERCEDES C-CLASS 2001 - 2005 203 Type; C320, US market

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