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Otc 3305-84 Ford Iii Dcl Diagnostic Vehicle Adapter Cable on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
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Hastings, Minnesota, US

Hastings, Minnesota, US
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OTC 3305-84 Ford III DCL Diagnostic Vehicle Adapter Cable 

OTC 3305-84 Automotive Diagnostic adapter cable for 1981 - 1995 FORD vehicles and OTC, MATCO, MAC, and Cornwell brand automotive diagnostic scanners.   Suitable for 4000 Enhanced, Enhanced, Elite, and Genisys model monitors and PathfinderIII and newer software.. 

 

OTC Part # 3305-84 Ford III Vehicle Adapter Cable

Applications include: 

Ÿ  Ford EEC IV 1981 - 1995

Ÿ  MCU, ABS, and Suspension

25pin Female connection and 4ft Power Lead

 

Great used condition.

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