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Kia Electronic Control Unit Ecu Ecm 391103c812 39110-3c812 07 08 09 Amanti New on

US $98.00

Fontana, California, United States

Fontana, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kia Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:391103C812 Surface Finish:New Interchange Part Number:39110 3C812 Country/Region of Manufacture:Korea, Republic of Other Part Number:39110-3C812 UPC:616043042886

Brand New Factory Sealed

KIA Motors Genuine Part ~ OEM

Electronic Control Unit

39110 3C812

Fits: 2007-2009 Amanti 3.8L V6

(built after 05/07/07)

Dealer List Price: $1219

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