Original Genuine Audi Vw 06h103495ae Engine Crankcase Vent Valve 06h103495j on 2040-parts.com
Kfar Saba, Israel
Quantity Sold:sold individually
Other Part Number:06H103495J
Interchange Part Number:06H 103 495 J, 06H 103 495 AE
Manufacturer Part Number:06H103495AE
Original part, not aftermarket
PART AND FITMENT DETAILS:Brand: Audi
Part Number: 06H103495AE
Item Condition: New
Item Description: Engine Crankcase Vent Valve
Manufacturer Brand Description: Engine Crankcase Vent Valve
Quantity Needed: 1;
Other Part Number: 06H103495J
This item may have been superseded from a different part number from this manufacture. This is only provided for reference, the part being sold is not guaranteed to be equivalent to any of the part numbers below. To confirm that this part fits your vehicle, enter your vehicle's Year, Make, Model, Trim and Engine in the Compatibility Table.
Brand: AUDI OEM
Part Numbers: 06H103495J
Other Information:The part or sub-assembly you are purchasing is a Genuine OEM Factory Original part sold by an authorized Genuine OEM parts reseller. The part is not "like OEM", it is the Genuine OEM part sold by the vehicle manufacturer.
RETURN POLICY:Return shipping paid by: Buyer
Item must be returned within: 30 Days
Refund will be given as: Money back or exchange (buyer's choice)
WARRANTY:Warranty Duration: 6 Month
Warranty Type: Replacement Warranty
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