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New & Authentic Alpine Rue-4350 Ir Infrared Wireless Remote Control Car Stereo on 2040-parts.com

US $13.99
Location:

Arcadia, California, United States

Arcadia, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Alpine Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:Te-Alpine-RUE-4350 UPC:Does Not Apply

Technical Details: Wireless Remote Control for Select In-Dash Alpine Multimedia Receivers Model: RUE-4350 Replacement or add-on remote Convenient infrared wireless control Full functioning remote Comfortable, ergonomic design

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