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US $20.00

Athens, Attica, Greece

Athens, Attica, Greece
Condition:New Brand:Seim Country/Region of Manufacture:France Manufacturer Part Number:082860 Warranty:Lifetime

Product Information

Choke Cable Control for Peugeot 309

Brand New Seim Product.Made in France.

Dimension: 1090mm 

Part Number: 082860

Peugeot Part Number: 166026

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Compatible Models

  • Peugeot 309 1st Make



Every product will be sent registered by the Greek Post Office (ELTA) with a tracking number which will be sent to you right after the delivery  of the product.


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The average delivery time for Europe is estimated about: 4-7 working days


The average delivery time for the rest of the world (USA – Australia – Africa – Latin America)  is estimated about: 10-15 working days


There is a possibility that the average delivery time to distant countries (e.g. Colombia) will be slightly longer.


Your order will be shipped within next 4 working days after payment.



All orders must be paid with PayPal. Payments must be made within the next 4 days after ordering the product.



We guarantee that all our products are new and in their original packages. However, we may send them in a different packing for safety reasons and include the original package within.  


For the very few products will sell as used the function and the condition is guaranteed.


Return Policy

Returns are accepted only if the product malfunctions. Before accepting a return, you must send an email with photographs showing the products malfunction.

In case you are not sure about the fitting of this particular car part to your car, send us an email with your car’s specifications in order to check our catalogues and provide you an answer. All items must be returned within 10 days after delivery at the buyer's location.


Before buying the product please confirm that the particular car part is compatible for your car. Returns will not be accepted in case of your own responsibility. The buyer will be charged with the return shipping cost.


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