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1995-1996 Mercedes C280 W202 Abs Control Module Oem 0175451632k01 on 2040-parts.com

US $34.50
Location:

Louisville, Tennessee, United States

Louisville, Tennessee, United States
Bosch Tested Very Good Condition, no issues.
Brand:steuergeraet Manufacturer Part Number:0175451632K01

Item 1995-1996 Mercedes C280 ABS Control Unit OEM

  This is a from a 1996 C280  and in  very good condition. Tested w/ no issues. Please check photos and your part number.  It would be a good replacement that fits properly.   OEM

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