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Oem Genuine Toyota Highlander Sienna V6 3.3l 3mzfe Manifold Catalytic Converter on

US $475.00

Milford, Massachusetts, United States

Milford, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New Brand:TOYOTA Interchange Part Number:25052-20190 Manufacturer Part Number:2505220190 Warranty:Yes

 For sale is a OEM Toyota Bank 2 Exhaust manifold Catalytic Converter and all necessary gaskets. This manifold converter is a Bank 2 (or front) converter which is on the radiator side of the engine.
The part numbers are (converter part # 25052-20190, lower gasket # 90080-43036 and upper gasket # 17173-20030)
 (if you need bank 1 (firewall or rear) see my listing# (Toyota Genuine OEM Exhaust Manifold Converter 2004-09 Sienna 2003-07 Highlander)

This Manifold Converter Fits the following,

Some 2004-2007 Highlander 3.3L V6 3MZFE

Some 2004-2006 Sienna 3.3L V6 3MZFE

There are different options for converters on these years so please provide you 17 digit vin number unless you have already verified the part numbers at an authorized Toyota Dealership **********************************

*****If you are not sure if this is correct for your make and model please provide your 17 digit vehicle identification number so I can verify fitment*****


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Ground shipping in the United States only.

I am selling parts from an authorized Toyota Dealership. Every part or accessory purchased from me will come with Toyota’s 12 month warranty honored nationwide by authorized Toyota Dealers.

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Returns are accepted but will be less the actual cost of my initial shipping.

I am selling this part by part number. If a Vehicle identification is not provided I will not be responsible for incorrect parts nor will I except returns unless the part is in resalable condition. Buyer will be responsible for all shipping costs.
See below for warranty details.

For Questions or concerns please call (508) 641-0590 between 8:00am and 8:00pm Eastern standard time 7 days a week. If you are looking for something that I dont have listed please send me a message with your Complete 17 Digit Vehicle identification number and a brief description. Thanks Dennis

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