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1995 Ford Mustang Set Of 2 Amps Amplifiers Oem Lkq on 2040-parts.com

US $54.56
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Denver, Colorado, US

Denver, Colorado, 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our policy about forwarded packages is that once the item leaves the United States, returns/warranties/or refunds are no longer valid.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:~J879418 Manufacturer Part Number:F4ZF-18C808-AB

Mercedes to build CLS Shooting Brake

Tue, 09 Nov 2010

Mercedes has announced that the CLS Shooting Brake, which was shown as a concept at the Beijing motor show in April 2010, will go into production in 2012.  Well, if you want a car that will turn heads around town – and find the E-class estate has a little too much room – then this is the car for you. Mercedes flatly refuses to admit that the CLS Shooting Brake is an estate, preferring to call it a ‘sporty four-door coupe with a sloping tail end based on the CLS’. In essence, this car is a hatchback version of the CLS, and despite a slightly raised roof, it still sits a full 10cm lower than its E-class sibling.

Ford Mondeo facelift (2011): first news and photos

Fri, 25 Jun 2010

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 25 June 2010 12:40 Ford has just issued these first pictures of the new, facelifted for 2011 Ford Mondeo. The revised Mondeo will be shown at the 2010 Moscow motor show in late August and will arrive in UK showrooms in October 2010.What's new on the 2011 Ford Mondeo?This is the first time we've seen the full-fat 237bhp 2.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine in the Mondeo; a 200bhp version of the same turbo four will also be offered; and a new 198bhp 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCI engine also joins the ranks.The range-topping 237bhp EcoBoost engine has a CO2 rating 179g/km of CO2 and comes with only one transmission option – Ford's twin-clutch Powershift 'box. Finally, Ford is catching up with the rampant roll-out of DSG gearboxes at rival mass-market specialists Volkswagen.Mondeo styling is fettled all round, too, with a more modern iteration of Ford's kinetic design borrowing cues from the S-Max et al for a crisper look.

Webinars: Autodesk Visualization

Wed, 24 Oct 2012

Autodesk's last Webinar in the recent four-part series, dubbed 'Visualization', is now available to view online for those who missed the live event. The Webinar's aim was to teach participants how its new visualization technology can enhance the design development process. It also showed how it helps to share designs with peers and looked at the different visualization technologies and where they fit into the process. Robin Oldroyd of Autodesk presented the Webinar and explained which tools are used at different stages of the design process. Oldroyd has strongly focused on Industrial design and visualization during his six-year stint at Autodesk, and has an in-depth of knowledge of solutions for creative design in Automotive, Transportation and consumer products.