Volvo V70 Arm Rest Centre Console Lighter Obd Ii Connection Wiring 9158182 Used on 2040-parts.com
Manufacturer Part Number:9158182
VOLVO V70 ARM REST CENTRE CONSOLE LIGHTER OBD II CONNECTION WIRING 9158182 USED
This part is removed from 1997 Volvo V70 Automatic 5 Doors Wagon. It is a 2.5 Turbo Petrol Engine that is currently being wrecked for parts.
May fit many other models and years. Please double check it with your mechanic before purchasing. Please have look at the pictures carefully for mounting point and connections, if little different than yours it WONT fit !!! AS IS NO RETURN!!!
This is USED part, 15 DAYS RETURN WARRANTY INCLUDING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.(WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY TYPE OF POSTAGE INCLUDING RETURN. Please refer pictures and buy accordingly.
If you're after a particular part from this vehicle, please feel free to contact us over EBAY anytime. We can list it on ebay immediately!
This Part has been taken off due wrecking. AS IS CONDITION. PLEASE REFER THE PICTURES
PACKAGING AND HANDLING FEE IS INCLUDED TO POSTAGE!
Pick up is also available from Mount Druitt, Sydney.
PLEASE BUY ACCORDINGLY RETURN WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF YOU PURCHASE THE ITEM BY MISTAKE OR CHANGE MIND, THANK YOU.
RETURN POSTAGE IS NOT REFUNDABLE!
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