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Mercedes R129 A/c Temperature Switch On Receiver Drier Uro +1 Year Warranty on

US $36.85

Glendale, California, United States

Glendale, California, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:004 820 67 10 Warranty:Yes Other Part Number:0048206710 Brand:URO PARTS


 Mercedes r129 A/C Temperature Switch on Receiver Drier URO +1 YEAR WARRANTY

Part Fits:
A/C Temperature Switch on Receiver Drier for Auxiliary Fan

: This sensor has a five inch pigtail lead w/ two spade connectors.

Mercedes part # 004 820 67 10


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