Pioneer Lcd Module & Touch Panel Cwx3611 Csx1136 Avic F900bt F90bt F700bt X910 on 2040-parts.com
Manufacturer Part Number:CWX3611 CSX1136
I offer the Original Pioneer LCD & Touch Panel, which can be seen in the pictures.
LCD & Touch Panel are tested and is in good working condition. Without any defects and scratches.
Compatibility: AVIC-F700BT, AVIC-F7010BT, AVIC-F900BT, AVIC-F90BT, AVIC-X710BT, AVIC-X7115BT, AVIC-X910BT, AVIC-X9115BT.
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• Item will be shipped the next day after payment PayPal.
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• Free shipping wordwide! Pay attention to the time of delivery: from 7 to 12 working days to EU, from 10 to 15 working days to US.
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