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Product description

Application:
2012 For Chevy Cruze (Built Before 4/26/12 Production Date) Front Right
2011 Chevy Cruze Front Right

Specifications:
1. Material: Metal and Plastic
2. Position: Front Right Passenger Side
3. Motor Included:Yes
4. Packaging Type: Box

Part Type:
Power Window Regulator with Motor

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OE: 95226746
Ref.: 748-975

Power Window Regulator with Motor Assembly Replacement Front Rig

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