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Oxygen Sensor Acdelco Gm Original Equipment 213-3673 on 2040-parts.com

US $83.91
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Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Interchange Part Number:12599866, 234-4336, 21560, ES20088, ES20088-11B1 SKU:DEL:2133673 Connector Shape:Triangular Brand:ACDelco GM Original Equipment Web Content Update Date:2015-06-03 Manufacturer Part Number:213-3673 Universal Or Specific Fit:Specific Wire Harness Length:323.00 Position:Downstream Mounting Type:POSN 3 Fitment Footnotes:Post Converter; Connector Gender:Female Quantity Needed:2; Sensor Type:Heated UPC:Does not apply

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