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Magneti Marelli Power Pedal Module Me200t Fiat 500 C Abarth Dodge Dart Multiair on

US $299.99

Selkirk, New York, United States

Selkirk, New York, United States
Complete in box, pre-owned condition.
Brand:Magneti Marelli Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:ME200T Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy

Hi All!

Make me an offer!

Thank you for looking at my listing.  Available is a pre-owned Magneti Marelli Power Pedal Module.  Part number is ME200T.  Retail (without remote) is $399.  Really transforms the car and increases throttle sensitivity/response significantly.  Bought and used for the North American Fiat 500 Abarth.  Item works and is in perfect working order, only reason for getting rid of it is we are selling our Fiat.  Item will come complete in original box with original paperwork.

This unit is capable of switching between three modes 0 (stock), 1 (Performance), and 2 (Race) with optional remote (note, remote not included).  As the remote is not included with this unit, it has been set from the distributor to be in 2 (Race).

Note it is buyer responsibility to verify fit/compatibility with their vehicle.  As this is preowned, there is no warranty offered with this part.  I do believe these will also work on other Fiat 500 models as well as Dodge Darts.

If there are any questions please don't hesitate to ask!  All international shipments are handled through eBay's Global Shipping Program (GSP, my apologies, no exceptions).  Please verify all shipping costs prior to purchase.

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