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11 12 CADILLAC SRX Speedometer Gauge Cluster 110538 MILES OEM

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11 12 CADILLAC SRX Speedometer Gauge Cluster 110538 MILES OEM

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Item specifics

Condition:
Used
Seller Notes:
“The unit was working 100% when removed from the donor vehicle. The unit in the picture is the exact item you will receive. The item has normal wear. See pictures for condition.”
OE/OEM Part Number:
a2c53418617
Type:
Speedometer
Features:
See Description
Manufacturer Part Number:
a2c53418617
Modified Item:
No
Custom Bundle:
No
Surface Finish:
Plastic
Fitment Type:
Direct Replacement
Brand:
CADILLAC
Needle Color:
SEE PIC
Milage:
110538
Warranty:
30 Day
Vin Number:
3GYFNAEY9BS601249
Display Type:
Analogue amp; Digital, Analog amp; Digital
Items Included:
Speedometer
UPC:
DOES NOT APPLY




11 12 CADILLAC SRX Speedometer Gauge Cluster 110538 MILES OEM

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