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Dieses Teil passt auf folgende Modelle:

  • Peugeot 306 Schrägheck 1.4 (1993 - 2003) 55kW
  • Peugeot 306 Schrägheck 1.6 (1993 - 2003) 65kW
  • Peugeot 306 Break 1.6 (1994 - 2002) 72kW
  • Peugeot 306 Cabriolet 2.0 (1994 - 2002) 89kW
  • Peugeot 306 Stufenheck 1.4 SL (1993 - 2003) 55kW
  • Peugeot 306 Break 1.8 16V (1994 - 2002) 81kW
  • Peugeot 306 Schrägheck 1.8 (1993 - 2003) 74kW
  • Peugeot 306 Schrägheck 1.1 (1993 - 2003) 44kW
  • Peugeot 306 Schrägheck 1.9 D (1993 - 2003) 50kW
  • Citroën ZX Break 1.4 i (1993 - 1999) 55kW
Diese Liste ist ein Beispiel von allen kompatiblen Autos zu diesem Teil.
Bitte kontrollieren Sie, in der Produktsuche Leiste oben, ob dieses Produkt zu ihrem Auto passt.

Entsprechende Artikelnummern:

TEXTAR 97010000; BOSCH 0986 487 569; BOSCH 0986487567; ATE 03.0137-0202.2; ATE 03.0137-9228.2; ATE 03.0137-0351.2; ATE 03.0137-0370.2; LUCAS ELECTRICAL SFK287; OJD (QUICK BRAKE) 0747; OJD (QUICK BRAKE) OJD0747; OJD (QUICK BRAKE) 105-0747; OJD (QUICK BRAKE) OJD747; NK 7919747; MINTEX MFR469; MINTEX MFR449; QUINTON HAZELL BFK393; TRISCAN FBA10747; TRISCAN 1165-0747; TRISCAN 3670747; TRISCAN Q-0747; TRISCAN 37-747; PEX 747; FERODO FSB577; TRW GS8655; TRW GS8272; TRW SFK287

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