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TEST AC Evaporator Fits 06-11 HHR 48301

 TEST AC Evaporator Fits 06 11 HHR 48301

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TEST AC Evaporator Fits 06-11 HHR 48301

Description

Test

Donor Vehicle

Model:

COBALT

Year:

2006

Mileage:

0 (0 = not available or unknown)

Stock Number:

110099

Store Number:

1

Part Detail

Part Grade:

C

Part Category:

Y

Part Placement:

Notes:

This part will fit these makes and models with these options

PURSUIT 05-06G5 07-10HHR 06-11COBALT 05-10

WARRANTY / GUARANTEE

SHIPPING NOTES

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Core Charge. Core is an acronym for ‘Cash On Return’. A core charge is sometimes applied to rebuildable parts such as engines or alternators that can be redeemed for a portion of their original price. If the part you are purchasing has a core charge applied, it will be noted in the description.

Parts Grading. A standard code system is used to communicate the condition and quality of a part between automotive recyclers, automotive repair shops, and insurers. Knowing how these codes are used will help you understand whether the part meets your expectations before you buy it and what you can expect from the part when you receive it.

A Grade- The highest quality part. It is of low miles and/or exceptional condition for its age.B Grade- The second level quality part. It is of average miles and normal condition for its age.C Grade- The third level quality part. It has high miles and/or light damage.No Grade- A part that has not yet been graded.

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Help:

Core Charge. Core is an acronym for ‘Cash On Return’. A core charge is sometimes applied to rebuildable parts such as engines or alternators that can be redeemed for a portion of their original price. If the part you are purchasing has a core charge applied, it will be noted in the description.

Parts Grading. A standard code system is used to communicate the condition and quality of a part between automotive recyclers, automotive repair shops, and insurers. Knowing how these codes are used will help you understand whether the part meets your expectations before you buy it and what you can expect from the part when you receive it.

A Grade- The highest quality part. It is of low miles and/or exceptional condition for its age.B Grade- The second level quality part. It is of average miles and normal condition for its age.C Grade- The third level quality part. It has high miles and/or light damage.No Grade- A part that has not yet been graded.

To learn more about Parts Grading click here.

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