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2000-2006 Ford Explorer 4x4 Tccm Transfer Case Control Module Oem 2c54-7h417-bg on

US $89.75

Independence, Missouri, United States

Independence, Missouri, United States
OEM factory part, pulled of rear end wrecked SUV
Manufacturer Part Number:2C54-7H417-BG

What's For Sale: Good used 2006 Ford Explorer Transfer Case Control Module. OEM factory part # 2C54-7H417-BG.

What It Fits:  Make sure the one you are replacing is Ford part # 2C54-7H417-BG. Please look at the picture and item specifics to ensure that the item is what you need and it meets your expectations(feel free to ask additional questions and for any needed measurements).
Condition: Pulled off a good running SUV that was involved in a rear end wreck. This part is clean and has no corrosion, look at pics.

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