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Nib Ford/mercury Dvd Headset With Remote Part # 6l2t-19c005-ab on

US $27.99

Austin, Texas, US

Austin, Texas, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Warranty:No

For Sale, NIB, Never Used IR remote and wireless Headset for DVD player (rear entertainment) for Ford/Mercury.  

Manufacturer Part Number:  6L2T-19C005-AB
Other Part Number:  7L2T-19C013-AA



Please feel free to ask questions.  Looks to be compatible with most Ford/Lincoln/Mercury Vehicles from 2000-2011.  Especially the SUV's, Trucks and Crossovers (Vehicles that would have the DVD entertainment package)

Seller not responsible for compatibility issues.  Please check with local dealer for compatibility specifics.  

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