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1999 98 99 00 01 Vw Beetle Jetta Golf Power Brake Booster 1j1614105m on

US $31.74

Fruitport, Michigan, United States

Fruitport, Michigan, United States

This power brake booster is in good working order.

Please verify compatibility by the information given below before purchasing.

Part number : 1J1 614 105 M

This part was removed from a 1999 VW Beetle GLS

Two door

Engine Type : 2.0 four cylinder

Engine code : AEG

Transmission : 5 speed manual

Transmission code : EBP

Front Wheel Drive

Exterior Color : Black

Exterior Paint Code : L041

Interior Code : WZ

Vin Number : 3VWCA21CXXM472323

If you would like to hear the engine run and see the car drive you can do so by going to youtube and use the key words " Dismantle 1999 VW Beetle 3VWCA21CXXM472323  " in the search engine.




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