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04-08 2008 Chrysler Pacifica Amplifier Amp Oem Lkq on 2040-parts.com

US $155.55
Location:

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:Please check the listing for important warranty information regarding the item being sold. Some listings include a warranty and others do not. Each listing will clearly state the warranty length if applicable. Any listing that says “Sold AS-IS” does not include a warranty and all sales are final. ***Warranties do NOT cover any labor costs! NO EXCEPTIONS*** Parts Covered by Warranty: In case the part sold fails to work due to defective material or wrong fitment, LKQ will replace the part or issue a full refund (LKQ’s choice) up to the cost of the part purchased price (no refunds for labor costs), see warranty tab in the listing for more details. If the part you receive does not fit or work in your vehicle, we may ask you for a digital picture and your vehicle’s VIN number so we can properly assist you. Items NOT Covered by Warranty: For parts that are not defective, but are returned, the following will apply: 20% Restocking Fee, shipping costs are not refunded, and customer pays for shipping the part back. ****Airbags, seat belts, and tires are sold "AS IS"**** Use of Freight Forwarders VOIDS all warranties: LKQ Online will ship the part to the address provided, however our policy about forwarded packages is that once the item leaves the United States, returns/warranties/or refunds are no longer valid. This means that if the part is not the correct part, does not work properly, or becomes damaged in any way due to the length of transit time, we will not cover it under our return or warranty policies. We will also not refund any additional costs of shipping due to forwarded items. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:~72504859 Manufacturer Part Number:04685876AH

New BMW 2-Series Active Tourer arrives as BMW’s first front-wheel-drive car (+video)

Fri, 14 Feb 2014

The new BMW 2-Series Active Tourer (pictured) arrives in the UK September 2014 Many will see it as sacrilege that the new BMW 2-Series Active Tourer MPV is front-wheel-drive, but pragmatists will see it as a sensible move to extend BMW’s depth of offerings. Whichever side you come down on, the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer – previewed by the BMW Concept Active Tourer at Paris in 2012 – is a production reality and does look like it will fill very well the space in BMW’s range for a compact MPV. Despite looks that are almost the opposite of what you’d expect from a BMW – stubby nose and a high roof line; a proper BMW take on the Mercedes B-Class – the 2-Series Active Tourer still manages to exude BMW style, albeit in a more practical way to the rest of the range.

Inside the Lexus LFA Centre of Excellence

Mon, 31 Mar 2014

Inside the Lexus LFA Centre of Excellence The Lexus LFA is like no other Lexus – and, in many ways, unlike any other supercar – so Lexus make sure the 38 LFAs in Europe get the specialist care they need. Lexus has established a Centre of Excellence for the LFA in Cologne where a team of LFA experts make sure that every LFA in the UK and Europe gets treated just like a Le Mans car when it comes in for servicing. That means removing body panels to get access to the suspension, steering and subframe, every nut and bolt double checked, fingertip inspection of the discs and pads, x-rays to check for wear and detailed inspection of the CFRP bodyshell as well as normal stuff like oil and filter changes.

New 2015 Mazda2 arrives

Thu, 17 Jul 2014

This is the new 2015 Mazda2 (Demio) The new Mazda2 was all but revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March in the guise of the Mazda Hazumi Concept, but now the real new Mazda2 has arrived, or at least it has in Japan. But Mazda are captioning the photos – which are clearly of the Demio – as the Mazda2, so we can be pretty sure not much is going to change when the Demio gets the Mazda2 badge in the UK and Europe. That means the same Kodo design language Mazda has introduced across its range recently with a shield grill flowing in to the headlights, big wheel arches and horizontal lights at the back – all very much like the Hazumi.