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US $91.46
Location:

Saint Paul, Minnesota, US

Saint Paul, Minnesota, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:At AllDayParts, we are committed to providing the best customer satisfaction possible. We will never charge you a restocking fee for returning an item and will gladly refund or replace any defective item and most non-defective items. Within 30 days of your purchase, you may return products that: Are defective, are in their original packaging, have original manufacturer information, are not used, installed, or disassembled, are not damaged due to incorrect installation,do not have missing parts, hardware or instructions. To initiate a return, please contact us through eBay or call our customer service team at 1-800-685-6931 Monday thru Friday 7am to 6pm Central Time to obtain a return shipping label. At that point, we will make arrangements with you to get the part(s) back to us. GLOBAL SHIPPING PROGRAM CUSTOMERS: Please note that you too are welcome to return a part for any reason, however due to international regulations, the returning party is responsible for all paperwork and charges needed to ship the part back to us. Once we have received your return, conducted an inspection of the item(s), and verified that your return meets the above guidelines, a refund will be issued. All applicable sales taxes will also be refunded. C.O.D. shipments will not be accepted. Items not purchased from AllDayParts or incorrectly shipped to AllDayParts will not be processed for return. We cannot refund any labor costs incurred by you or the installer of the products purchased at this website. Return shipping will be paid by:Seller Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:DORMAN Manufacturer Part Number:620-329 SME:_2028 UPC:00019495214779 Feature - Benefit 3:Replacement helps sustain proper engine operation Container Type:Box Feature - Benefit 4:Direct replacement for a proper fit every time Item Quantity Size UOM:Piece Item Quantity Size:1.0000 Feature - Benefit 1:Motor, shroud and blade included Country of Origin (Primary):TW Emission Code:1 Life Cycle Status Code:2 National Popularity Code:WN Maximum Cases per Pallet Layer:2

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