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Pioneer Deh-1300mp on 2040-parts.com

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Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago, Illinois, United States
up for sale is a used pioneer face plate is in good working condition item have same signs of cosmetic wear and small scratch item is fully operation and function as intended
Brand:pioneer dek-1300mp Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:pioneer deh-1300mp Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown

Used  in Great condition Item

Listing is for faceplate ONLY.

 

**Before purchasing please ensure that your stereo is the same model as in this listing. Some models may look very similar but are not compatible with each other. It may be necessary to remove the stereo from your vehicle in order to see the model number. Make sure your body is fully functional* MY PRODUCTS ARE 100% TESTED BEFORE SHIPPED OUT. 

Please note that the photo listed is THE ACTUAL PRODUCT photo and will be the faceplate you receive.

 

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