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JVC KW-AVX820

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition:

Seems to be in great condition. He said it works 100%. Put this in my neighbor's F150 a year or two back and he just got rid of the truck since he is moving, so he gave it to me since there wasnt much room left in the moving truck.

 

Comes with harness, brand new remote, face case, paperwork, box, and steering wheel control module.

 

 

Price:

No idea what pricing is on these. $300 + shipping OBO?

 

 

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

I ship UPS.

 

 

 

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I need your help I have the KW-AVX820 and I'm missing the 14 AND 16 PIN HARNESSES for the AV I/O and the Line Out, Would you be willing to sale the harnesses? See attachment of my missing harnesses. 

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