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Standard Motor Products Em8361 Engine Control Module on 2040-parts.com

US $303.74
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USA, United States

USA, United States
Condition:New Color:NA MPN:EM8361 Manufacturer:Standard Motor Products EAN:0091769459550 Brand:Standard Motor Products UPC:091769459550

Standard Motor Products EM8361 Engine Control Module
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Item Description
Remanufactured Electronic Control Unit
Features
  • Standard Motor Products EM8361 Engine Control Module [Automotive]
Additional Information
  • Manufacturer: Standard Motor Products
  • Shipping Weight: 215
  • Product Dimensions:
    Width: 6.90
    Length: 9.80
    Height: 2.20
Shipping Details
  • Depending on your location and on package weight, items will be shipped by USPS or UPS.
  • All stock is at our USA warehouses.
  • Most orders ship within 24 hours of processing your payment unless stated differently. Check our feedback to see how our customers love the FAST shipping we offer! Shipping is always free!
30 Days Return & Refund Policy
  • We provide a 30 days return/exchange policy for our products.
  • The buyer can choose between a refund or an exchange to his/her product.
  • In case of defectives found, only factory defects are accepted as the reason of return.
  • The package of the returned item(s) must be completely intact, and all accessory(s) inside the package must be original and in perfect condition.
  • We do not cover the postage costs for returned defective items.
  • Items returned must be received within 30 days from purchase. No refund or replacement is issued after this period of time.
  • Please allow up to 7 working days for your return to be processed after it is received by us.

We are extremely fair, and in the rare event of something out of the ordinary happening, we will gladly work with you to find a solution.

Our Guarantee

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  • We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all sales. If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, please contact us within seven days of receipt of your item, or email us to share your concerns. As mentioned before we are extremely fair and will happily work with you to find a solution to any problem.
  • As you can tell from our feedback, pretty much every single one of our customers is a happy one. So in the rare case something does go wrong, before leaving a negative feedback, contact us so we can help you and make things right!
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