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Red Universal 3.0" Cone Style Wide Air Filter Auto on 2040-parts.com

US $14.99
Location:

Toledo, Ohio, United States

Toledo, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used Color:Red Primary Color:Red

  • Red Universal 3.0" Air Filter
  • Small pit marks on chrome
  • Says Chrome Intakes
  • Used on a 1997 Chrysler Sebring 2.5
  • Please see pictures for details

Chrysler issues recall for steering-column fix

Thu, 16 Jun 2011

Buyers of 11,351 Chrysler products will be getting a recall notice to fix a problem in the steering column. The recall covers 2011 models of the Chrysler 200 sedan and convertible and the Town & Country minivan; the Dodge Avenger sedan, the Caliber, Nitro and Journey SUVs, and the Grand Caravan minivan; and the Jeep Compass, Liberty, Patriot and Wrangler SUVs. The steering column in some of those vehicles might be missing a pivot rivet, or the rivet may have been installed incorrectly.

BMW Z1: Where it all began

Thu, 18 Aug 2011

For the launch of the new Z4 sDrive 28i, BMW brought out a bit of a history in the Z1, which started the company on its trip down the Z roadster path. The car came from the company's collection in Munich. With only 10,000 miles showing on the odometer, journalists were turned loose with just a gentle word of caution to try and not break anything.

Former General Motors CEO Robert Stempel dies

Mon, 09 May 2011

Former General Motors CEO Robert Stempel, who led the automaker during a turbulent period of recession and restructuring in the early 1990s, has died at the age of 77. "Bob was a very popular chairman with employees, and his many accomplishments as a visionary engineer included leading the development of the catalytic converter, one of the great environmental advancements in auto history," GM said in a statement. "His knowledge of battery development led to the push for the EV1 electric car, and Bob continued to build his expertise in the electrification of the automobile after he left GM in 1992." Stempel died Saturday in Florida, the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press reported Monday night.