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Bmw Ipod Interface Retrofit Kit 65110035962 For E83, E53, E85, E86, E39 on

US $99.00

Canton, Ohio, US

Canton, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:BMW FACTORY Manufacturer Part Number:65110035962 Placement on Vehicle:Front

BMW ipod interface p/n 65 11 0 035 962 pulled from 2006 x5 but should work in many other models and years. Three wires need to be hardwired at radio harness the other is a plug. Buyer responsible for fitment and compatability. for owners manual and vehicles covered. free shipping.

Jaguar XJ Review (2013 MY): 3.0 litre Diesel Portfolio

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