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Einbauseite: vorne, Vorderachse unten, beidseitig
benötigte Stückzahl: 2

Entsprechende Artikelnummern:

4526165J12-für SUZUKI

Dieser Artikel passt zu diesen Fahrzeugen:

für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 1.9 DDiS (JB419WD, JB419XD) (2006-2008) F9QB (1870 ccm, 95 KW, 129 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 2.4 Allrad (JT424, JB424) (2009) J24B (2393 ccm, 122 KW, 166 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 2.4 Allrad (JB424) (2009) J24B (2393 ccm, 124 KW, 169 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 3.2 Allrad (TDB4, JT632, JB632) (2009-2015) N32A (3195 ccm, 171 KW, 233 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 1.9 DDiS Allrad (JT419, TD44, JB419WD, JB419XD) (2005-2015) F9QB (1870 ccm, 95 KW, 129 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 2.0 Allrad (TD54, JB420) (2005-2015) J20A (1995 ccm, 103 KW, 140 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 1.6 Allrad (JB416) (2005) M16A (1586 ccm, 78 KW, 106 PS)
für SUZUKI GRAND VITARA II (JT, TE, TD) 2.7 Allrad (JB627) H 27 A (2737 ccm)

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