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Eagle Replacement T-Stat Housing
Once you decided on a car, you made an asset that likely will be in your life for a long time, so supplement the choice by selecting top-notch new parts. An Eagle always has been a solidly built car or truck but of course even the best-designed cars must have occasional maintenance and replacement of broken parts. The value and spirited style associated with the nice vehicle are good reasons for always acquiring OEM and aftermarket systems with a similar quality; high-quality parts don't always have to cost an arm and a leg.
Over time, even the most solid vehicles demand replacement part maintenance and new aftermarket or OEM parts. Quality parts and accessories are needed to keep that car rolling no matter the roads. When your car or truck needs maintenance, the optimum solution is finding a new top-quality replacement or OEM part to maintain your car or truck in like-new running order. The Thermostat Housing resides in between your engine and radiator and holds the thermostat. A broken Thermostat Housing will likely cause the thermostat to become loose.
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Product SKU: W0133-1669516
Inventory: In Stock
Made By: OEM
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) - a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.
Ground, Overnight, 2 Day
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|• 1997 (97) Eagle Vision
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4/28/10 06:38 PM
This order arrived in perfect condition three days after entering (including a Sunday).
By using the ordering screen, I was able to determine that these parts were the correct fit for my vehicle ...
Order Date | 4/17/10
10/6/08 06:57 PM
Very Fast shipping on the radiator i ordered for my jetta. Unbeatable price to boot. I definatley recommend Partsgeek.com if you need something for your wheels. I plan on buying more stuff soon.
Order Date | 9/28/08