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I am looking for left and right wheel hubs as well as a brake light switch for a 2004 hyundai getz 1.6
Hello , I am looking for a Getz d3ea 3 cylinder diesel engine high pressure fuel pump please , thank you
Good day ,
I would like a quotation for the following if possible please :
1)Wheel bearrings plus Hub
4) A/C evaporator
Huyndai Getz 1.3 2005 G4EA Vin : KMHBT51HR5U353571
Need to replace right side-mirror, Hyundai Getz 1.6 (2004)
Looking for a crankshaft
Looking for a complete coil pack with spark plugs
I am looking for a full engine for a Hyundai Getz 1.4, 2006 model.
Complete harness /loom frm big fuse box outside .........harness for computer box .......small harness injectors
Hyundai Getz is a small car produced by Hyundai Motor Company. The model was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2002. Hyundai Getz hatchback is available in three-and five-door bodies. The car is sold with gasoline engines 1.1 SOHC and 1.4 DOHC. In November 2005, Hyundai Getz underwent a restyling. The shape of the headlamps and rear lights, grille and bumpers has changed.
In addition, the car received a different form of steering, design of the dashboard and center console, as well as improved engines. In South Korea and some other countries, Getz was called Hyundai Click. From 2006 to 2009 produced a twin model - Dodge Brisa. In Japan, Getz was known as Hyundai TB (Think Basic). In 2008, Hyundai introduced the Hyundai i20 model, which replaced Getz. But for the markets of many countries, the issue of Getz continues.