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Standard Thermostat Fits 1991-2000 Mazda B4000 Navajo Pronto/motorad on

US $21.49

Willowbrook, Illinois, United States

Willowbrook, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Other Part Number:1601-24097, 32049, 143-0774, ZZL0 15 171A 92 SKU:MR:333-198 Life Cycle Status Description:Available to Order Brand:Motorad National Popularity Code:A Manufacturer Part Number:333-198 Life Cycle Status Code:2 NPS:A Fitment Footnotes:Incls Seal;198f;Oem Recommended Temp; Product Description - Invoice - 40:Engine Coolant Thermostat Quantity Needed:1; Product Description - Short - 20:Thermostat Interchange Part Number:13959, 33779, 35959, 116 32008, 29959, 12T76E Engineering Name:THERMOSTATS UPC:Does not apply

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