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Jaguar X Type 2.5 2002 Where can I buy the Final Stage Unit (FSU) without having to buy whole climate control unit

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Try hitting the junk yards both local and online.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

  • Scott Apr 17, 2009

    Well if you tried the dealer and the parts stores thats all there is left.

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