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Mercedes R230 Sl Sds System Diagnostics Central Gateway Control Unit A0265452732 on 2040-parts.com

US $104.80
Location:

Altshausen, Germany

Altshausen, Germany
Condition:Used



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Mercedes R230 SL 500

SDS system diagnostics Central gateway control unit

Part Number: A0265452732

Used condition, fully functional.

Supplied as ready.



vehicle data

Mercedes SL 500 R230

Vehicle identification number: WDB2304751F002756

Color code: 744 Brilliant Silver

Colour code Interior: 9C77 graphite

Odometer reading: 189 Tkm

First registration: 12.11.2001





It is used to Original product with age appropriate condition.

In return no takeover of the on-off conversion and follow-up costs!

For further inquiries, we are happy to help you.

The articles can be picked up at the following address:

Schöner & Wolf
Hardtwaldstr. 6
88361 Altshausen
Germany



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