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Scosche Cr40000a Interface on

US $50.00

Hudson Falls, New York, United States

Hudson Falls, New York, United States
Previously installed and was working when removed. Label is peeling slightly(see pic). Light scratches on case. No indication the case was ever opened.
Brand:Scosche Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:CR40000A Surface Finish:Light scuffs\scratches

The Scosche CR40000A interface allows you to retain existing safety features, warning indicators, and other functionality when upgrading to an aftermarket radio.  CR40000A preserves a healthy status in internal diagnostics by sending the proper data commands to your vehicle's ECM.  CR40000A works properly with factory CAN Bus Data Systems.  Also includes a red +12V switched accessory power source aftermarket stereos.  *Includes harness.

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