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Volvo Penta Sp Dp Marine Power Steering Oil Cooler Assembly V6 4.3l 431a 857153 on

US $185.00

Ada, Michigan, United States

Ada, Michigan, United States
From a good-running, Low-Hour SALT-FREE Michigan Freshwater used GM Volvo Penta Outdrive Sterndrive Marine Engine (1992 DP-C 431A 262cid)
Brand:Volvo Penta Country/Region of Manufacture:Sweden Manufacturer Part Number:857153 Power Steering Cooler Includes:Bracket, Spacer and Bolt UPC:Does Not Apply

Volvo Penta Power Steering Oil Cooler with Spacer, Bracket and Bolt 
OEM Part No. 857153 
V6 4.3L Inline GM Sterndrive Marine Engine
  • From a Low-Hour, good-running, SALT-FREE Michigan Freshwater GM Volvo Penta Sterndrive Marine Engine
  • Model Removed from the Operational Environment of a 1992 Volvo Penta 431A V6 DP-C (will fit others, please confirm with your Marine Mechanic)
  • OEM Part No.  857153
  • Assembly Includes Power Steering Oil Cooler, Spacer, Bracket, and Bolt
INCLUDES: Everything and ONLY as shown in our listing photos of the actual item you will receive upon purchase

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