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Bosch Lsu 4.9 Lambda Sensor For Motec M800 Series And Plm Plus Mating Plug on

US $119.00

Vilnius, default, Lithuania

Vilnius, default, Lithuania
Condition:New Brand:Bosch Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Manufacturer Part Number:Bosch 0 258 017 303/304 Part Brand:Bosch Surface Finish:Black

Bosch Lambda sensor LSU 4.9
equipped with 55 cm cable 
and 6 pin male Bosch connector 1 928 404 682 
plus mating Bosch connector 1 928 404 669 with 6 contacts

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