Volkswagen Jetta Electronic Control Module; Vin K (8th Digit), 2007 on 2040-parts.com
Seattle, Washington, United States
Condition and Options:Electronic Control Module; VIN K (8th digit), 2.5
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA [ENGINE_BRAIN_BOX] Electronic Control Module; VIN K (8th digit)
Odometer: 999999 Miles
StockNumber: 00016029Part Details:
Comments: 07k906032s ECM ECU Electronic Engine Control Computer Unit Module Brainbox
Electronic Control Module; VIN K (8th digit), 2.5L, Federal emissions, AT
also fits the following models:JETTA 2007 - 2007 Electronic Control Module; VIN K (8th digit), 2.5L, Federal emissions, AT
RABBIT 2006 - 2007 Electronic Control Module; 2.5L, Federal emissions (BGP), AT
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