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0261210001 Crank Position Sensor E30 325e E28 528e M5 12141708618 on

US $55.35

Corpus Christi, Texas, US

Corpus Christi, Texas, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:less cost of shipping Manufacturer Part Number:0261210001 Interchange Part Number:12141708618 Other Part Number:32725 Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:Germany

Pulse generator.
length 820MM
Stock Code     12141708618 ; 12141269286
Manufacturer     BMW
Categories     Electrical System > IGNITION SYSTEM
Assemblies     Pulse generator

325e Automatic (M20) Sedan. Up To 09/1985 . Required: 2
325e Manual (M20) Coupe. Up To 09/1985 . Required: 2
325e Automatic (M20) Coupe. Up To 09/1985 . Required: 2
325e Manual (M20) Sedan. Up To 09/1985 . Required: 2

528e Automatic (M20) Sedan. Up To 09/1985 . Required: 2
M5 Manual (S38) Sedan. Required: 2
528e Manual (M20) Sedan. Up To 09/1985 . Required: 2

On Sep-27-13 at 01:17:15 PDT, seller added the following information:

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