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Water Pump (standard) Fits 1999-2002 Nissan Quest Gates on

US $51.75

Azusa, California, United States

Azusa, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Interchange Part Number:210107B000, 150-2290, 941078, 252-791, 18-1599 SKU:GAT:41078 Contents:Water Pump, Gasket Brand:Gates Housing:Cast Aluminum Manufacturer Part Number:41078 Tariff Code:8413.30.9090 Impeller Material:Cast Iron Fitment Footnotes:Gas; Rotation of Impeller:Standard Quantity Needed:1; Weight (Lbs.):2.1 Other Part Number:T1150, AW9402, 131-2270, US9402, AWP-9176, 114107 Number of Outlets:N/A UPC:Does not apply

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