Otc 3305-92 Chrysler Y Adapter Cable, Otc / Matco / Mac on 2040-parts.com
Hastings, Minnesota, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:Chrysler Y Adapter, OTC 3305-92
OTC 3305-92 Chrysler Y Adapter Cable, OTC / Matco / Mac
The OTC 3305-92 Chrysler “Y” Adapter Cable is the required vehicle cable for Chrysler OBD2 vehicle system diagnostics. Use the Chrysler “Y” Adapter diagnostic cable with OTC, MATCO, MAC, and Cornwell brand automotive diagnostic scanners and OTC Diagnostic software. Suitable for 4000 Enhanced, Enhanced, Elite, Genisys and possibly other model monitors.
OTC Part # 3305-92 Chrysler “Y” Adapter Cable
Retail Price = $101
Chrysler Vehicle Applications include:
Like new condition and fully functional.
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