Mercedes New Oem Audio Remote For Ml Gl G R Glk Class on 2040-parts.com
Garland, Texas, US
This auction is for a Brand New 2009/2010 Mercedes Benz OEM, Factory, Original Audio/Video Remote Control Unit for ML, GL, R, G, GLK Class. This Remote Control can be programmed to work with any of the vehicles identified above. The unit works fine and it's in excellent condition and shape. The Remote is sold as a unit. It comes in two. One for the Left and the other is for the Right. The Mercedes dealer sells this Remote Set for $156.38 a piece. For the Two, The Dealer retails it for $312,76 plus tax.
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