PEX Metra 40 GM10 GM Mini Jack To Motorola Car Antenna Adapter P1247843PEX-265-580 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/PEX/PEX-265-580.jpg Metra 40 GM10 GM Mini Jack To Motorola Car Antenna Adapter Manufacturer Part Number: 40-GM10 1247843 086429007035 0.10lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Metra 40-GM10 GM Mini Jack To Motorola Car Antenna Adapter

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    Estimated Delivery Date: 2020-04-06 to 2020-04-08
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Manufacturer Part Number: 40-GM10

Metra 40-GM10 GM Mini Jack To Motorola Car Antenna AdapterConverts GM factory antenna with mini "barbed" or "barbless" plug to aftermarket radio. Required parts when replacing factory radio. Metra 40-GM10 GM Mini Jack To Motorola Car Antenna Adapter
  • Brand:Metra
  • Model:40-GM10
  • Part Number:265-580
  • UPC:086429007035
  • Product Category:Automotive Antennas & Adapters
  • Unit of Measure:EA
  • Weight:0.0792 lbs.
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