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Toyota Harman/becker Jbl Amp 86280-06060 '07/'08 Solara Bracket & Harnesses on 2040-parts.com

US $45.00
Location:

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:JBL Manufacturer Part Number:86280-06060

Toyota JBL Harman/Becker Amplifier with both harnesses and brackets, Part no. 86280-06060. This was taken from a 2007 Solara SLE. It is working (the head unit has issues so I replaced it) but original to the 2007 vehicle. Includes brackets as shown and both harnesses (the one shown has shorter wires, I will include the smaller harness, not pictured, with 4-5" of wires).  "On Sale" at OEM Part website for $485, which claims it fits all 2007-2008 Solara Models. 


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