Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

2007 07 Ford Edge Am Fm 6 Disc Cd Changer Player Radio on 2040-parts.com

US $136.99
Location:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Conditions & Options:3.5L Model:EDGE Genuine OEM:Yes Year:2007 Interchange Part Number:638-02287 Stock #:NE-286 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:638 Inventory ID:315499 Mileage:154000

Johnny Herbert goes racing again

Mon, 17 Aug 2009

Johnny Herbert is going BTCC Racing with Honda But I feel compelled to run the story. Why? Well, Johnny Herbert is my ex-wife’s cousin.

Teen-created PSAs combat distracted driving

Wed, 30 Jan 2013

Two widely held assumptions about 21st-century American teenagers is that they're too busy with their smartphones to have any interest in cars and that any who manage to find their way behind the wheel are too distracted to drive safely anyway. These generalizations are broad, unfair and perhaps even counterproductive -- yet they're reinforced every time distracted driving leads to a preventable tragedy. That's why we were glad to see young drivers take action by creating a series of anti-distracted-driving public safety announcements for the Teens Drive Smart Video Contest.

Ownership costs of traditional versus alternative fuel vehicles

Mon, 04 Feb 2013

As gas prices remain high, and an increasing number of automakers roll out plug-in hybrid cars and full-electric vehicles, it's becoming easier to be tantalized with the idea of driving right past the gas station and simply "plugging in." The debate ensues when it comes to cost: These alternative fuel vehicles mean a larger outlay of cash at the onset, but the long-term fuel savings could make the purchase worthwhile. To help straighten out this numbers game, we use the Department of Energy's Vehicle Cost Calculator to compare alternative fuel vehicles with their gasoline-only counterparts. For each scenario, we assumed that our hypothetical owner was able to get the full $7,500 federal tax credit and a $2,500 state tax credit, such as is available in California.