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Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Mercedes Benz Manufacturer Part Number:B6 7876131 Warranty:No Brand:Factory, OEM

Mercedes Benz blue-tooth original module adapter, it is newest model on market . This adapter fits any 2005-2009 Mercedes Benz with the factory hands free communication system.

Please check your vehicle for the connection of the module before bidding. Ask your local Mercedes dealer or go to link below to check phone compatibility before beating.

 This module is a factory OEM Mercedes-Benz part.

Part number is  B6 787 6131 

 Shipping Fee to the United States includes tracking and insurance.


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