injection pump head seal 096400-0451 for Mitsubishi 4D56
Component: Fuel Injection Device
Stroke: 4 Stroke
Fuel Saver Type: Solid-fuel Catalyst and Air Aeration
for Ve Pump: 4/10r
Transport Package: Standard Packing, Other Packing as Request
Car Make: Mitsubishi
Body Material: Steel
Carburettor Type: Downdraft
Specification: Denso Head Rotor
HS Code: 84129090
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