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Hypertech Power Programmer 370202 For All Chevy/gmc '97 Trucks on 2040-parts.com

US $159.95
Location:

Petaluma, California, United States

Petaluma, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Hypertech Manufacturer Part Number:370202

This is for a Hypertech 370202 Power Programmer.  The label reads for all 97 Chevy/GMC Trucks.  All Eng & Trans.  Fed/Cal.  This includes the connector cables, manual and the original packaging.

We do not have a vehicle to test this programmer on, but this tool came from a huge collection we purchased and all the tools the owner brought to us were kept up beautifully both working and appearance.  This unit looks almost new.  It comes with the original packaging which has some shop grunge on the outside.

CA residents pay 8.25% sales tax.

Thanks for looking!

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