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Product description

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION:

  • Condition: New
  • Other part number: 51168245125
  • Park link number:
  • Color: Unfinished
  • Features: Non-Heated,Without memory,With Blind Spot Corner Glass
  • Part name: Mirror
  • Fitment type: Direct Replacement,Direct Replacement
  • Placement on vehicle: Left
  • Fold away: Manual Fold
  • Superseded part number: 51168245125, , 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999, Compatible with , 320i 323i 325i 325xi 328i 330i 330xi, 4-Door, Sedan, E46, 4-Door, Wagon, E46, Driver Left Side, Sedan Wagon, 6Cyl, 2.2L 2.5L 2.8L 3.0L, Base M, Mirror
  • Interchange part number: 51168245125, , 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999, Compatible with , 320i 323i 325i 325xi 328i 330i 330xi, 4-Door, Sedan, E46, 4-Door, Wagon, E46, Driver Left Side, Sedan Wagon, 6Cyl, 2.2L 2.5L 2.8L 3.0L, Base M, Mirror
  • Type: Side View
  • BM27EL
  • Number of pieces: 1
  • Oe number: 51168245125
  • Power Mirror Compatible with 2001 2002-2005 BMW 325xi Left Manua

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