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Cardone releases reman and new parts

Posted on September 29, 2014
The Cardone reman electronic throttle body (67-8004) for 2008-14 Toyota trucks, Avalon and Camry vehicles.

The Cardone reman electronic throttle body (67-8004) for 2008-14 Toyota trucks, Avalon and Camry vehicles.

Cardone Industries Inc. has released 39 A1 Cardone reman numbers and 32 Cardone Select new part numbers.

The company says the release features some new SKUs that are only available to the aftermarket through Cardone.

The new parts include:

* electronic throttle body: 67-8003 for 2005-08 Toyota Corolla/Matrix with 1.4 million VIO (exclusive);

* electronic throttle body: 67-8004 for 2008-14 Toyota Trucks/Avalon/Camry with 2.1 million VIO (exclusive);

* electronic control module: 72-7064 for 1990-93 Mazda Miata with 68,117 VIO;

* electronic control module: 79-6800V for 2004 Chrysler Sebring with VIO: 23,860 VIO (exclusive);

* brake caliper: 18B-5473 for 2013-14 Ford F250/350 with 128,000 VIO (exclusive);

* brake caliper: 18B-5479 for 2013-14 Ford F350/450 with 47,550 VIO (exclusive);

* brake caliper: 19B-6370 for 2010-14 Mercedes E350 with 42,000 VIO; and

* brake caliper: 19B-7120 for 2013-14 Mazda CX-5 with 100,000 VIO.

For more information, visit www.cardone.com.

Related Topics: Cardone Industries Inc., new and reman parts

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