Otc 3305-72 Vehicle Cable For Enhanced/4000/genisys on 2040-parts.com
Hastings, Minnesota, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:3305-72
OTC 3305-72 Vehicle Cable for Enhanced/4000/Genisys
OTC 3305-72 Vehicle Power Cable for OTC, MATCO, MAC, and Cornwell brand automotive diagnostic scanners and Pathfinder or Deuce software. Suitable for 4000 Enhanced, Enhanced, Elite, and Genisys model monitors. Used with vehicle specific adapter cables. Inquire about adding adapter cables required for your vehicle.
Great used condition and fully functional.
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