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Oem Rebuilt 1993-1997 Nissan Altima 2.4l V4 Starter 1 Year Warranty!!! on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Chino, California, United States

Chino, California, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Manufacturer Part Number:17478 Warranty:Yes Interchange Part Number:17478 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Front

 
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OEM REMAN STARTER
 
93-1997 Nissan Altima
 2.4L V4
 
Starter - Mitsubishi PMGR
12 Volt, CW, 8-Tooth Pinion
 
This is a OEM rebuilt unit
It comes with 1 year warranty
shipping usually takes 2-3 business days to arrive.
we take 1 business day to process the order.
if you have any question please contact me before buying.
thank you..

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