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US $60.00
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Norcross, Georgia, United States

Norcross, Georgia, United States
A GOOD WORKING WATER PUMP, COME OUT FROM THE KNOCKING NOISE ENGINE, STILL LOOK LIKE NEW AS THE SAME PICTURE YOU SEE. COME WITH THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING AND BELT IDLER BEARING.
Brand:2008 PONTIAC G8 6.0 LT Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:2008 PONTIAC G8 6.0 LT Country/Region of Manufacture:Georgia Placement on Vehicle:Front

A GOOD WORKING WATER PUMP, COME OUT FROM THE KNOCKING NOISE ENGINE, STILL LOOK LIKE NEW AS THE SAME PICTURE YOU SEE. COME WITH THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING AND BELT IDLER BEARING. WARRANTY 30 DAYS. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL 770-931-9297 OR 678-386-4666

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